Someone is sending paid food deliveries to an LA neighborhood, leaving residents uneasy: 'I don't trust it'
Los Angeles residents are trying to figure out why dozens of Uber Eats deliveries have been showing up on their doorsteps despite never being ordered by the residents.
Mexican Mafia members run profitable illegal Los Angeles casinos from behind bars: 'Hidden in plain sight'
Illegal casinos in Los Angeles that are overseen by incarcerated members of the Mexican Mafia are flourishing in the city, according to the LA County Sheriff's Office.
Bob Saget's former Los Angeles home sells for $5.4M
Late actor and comedian Bob Saget's Los Angeles home recently sold for $5.4 million. Saget bought the 6,608-square-foot home with six bedrooms in 2003.
Los Angeles school district reveals ransomware gang leaked thousands of student health records online
The Los Angeles Unified School District revealed Wednesday that the a ransomware gang leaked sensitive records of more than 2,000 students online.
Jennifer Lopez lists 'rare' Bel Air mansion for $42.5 million
"Shotgun Wedding" star Jennifer Lopez put her sprawling Southern California abode on the market less than one year after marrying actor Ben Affleck.
Universal income programs spreading across US: ‘I know what our people need’
Universal basic income programs are spreading throughout the country and are giving low-income people and families $500 a month or more, funded in part through federal legislation.
School districts blocking ChatGPT amid fears of cheating, educators weigh in on AI
School districts are banning a new artificial intelligence-powered chatbot that can respond to prompts on demand, such as writing complex essays.
NFL star Bobby Wagner looks to help fans get the 'perfect present' this holiday season
Los Angeles Rams star linebacker Bobby Wagner will help deliver on the "perfect present" by partnering with Bud Light for a contest during the holiday season.
Strip club 'unlawfully retaliated' against dancers who brought up safety concerns, labor board says
Strippers who were fired and locked out from the topless bar where they worked were "unlawfully retaliated" against by management, the NLRB said last week.
LA City Council votes to phase out oil drilling, ban new wells with gas prices far above national average
The Los Angeles City Council on Friday voted to ban oil and gas wells within city limits and phase out existing wells over the next 20 years.
Los Angeles voters deciding on 'mansion tax'
Los Angeles voters are deciding as they head to the polls Tuesday whether the city should adopt a so-called "mansion tax" on property transactions.
Metrolink, Amtrak suspend service between LA area and San Diego indefinitely because of shifting ground
Metrolink and Amtrak train services linking San Diego to Los Angeles have been suspended indefinitely over safety concerns in the community of San Clemente.
LA County launches $1K per month universal basic income program
A basic income program that is giving 1,000 Los Angeles County residents $1,000 per month over the next three years has launched, according to officials.
Kevin Hart opens new vegan fast-food restaurant in LA
Actor-comedian Kevin Hart opened a new plant-based, fast-food restaurant in Los Angeles called Hart House. The menu includes burgers, salads, fries, milkshakes and more.
Mexico flight to Los Angeles sees airplane engine burst into flames
A plane engine on a flight from Mexico to Los Angeles burst into flames in midair, prompting the pilot to safely return to Guadalajara.
Adele takes out $38M mortgage on luxurious $58M Los Angeles home
Adele has taken out a nearly $38 million mortgage on her fourth home in Los Angeles, which she reportedly bought from "Rocky" star Sylvester Stallone.
Los Angeles County nixes citizenship requirement for government jobs
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors ended the citizenship requirement for government jobs, with some exceptions to ensure state and federal law is followed.
California amusement park announces chaperone policy after teen fights force early closures
A California theme park will require chaperones for underage guests after multiple fights broke out over the weekend and forced the park to close hours early.
Starbucks CEO blames Dem-run cities for rise in violent crimes forcing them to close stores
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz told his employees that Democratic leaders in cities where crime is forcing the coffee chain to close locations have "abdicated" responsibility.
LA area 7-Elevens encouraged to close after string of violence and robberies
Six Los Angeles area 7-Eleven locations were the victims of robberies and gun violence Monday, with corporate leaders encouraging stores across the area to close.