Firefighters are working to take down a large blaze at a Downtown Los Angeles commercial building Friday night.
A woman has sued former Los Angeles Dodger outfielder Yasiel Puig, alleging he sexually assaulted her at Staples Center in 2018.
With the 2020 US presidential election just days away, in this episode, Culture Conversations focuses on young leaders supporting voter efforts.
Knowing what neighborhoods are virus hotspots can help health officials figure out how to enact orders to clamp down on the spread and figure out if their efforts are even working.
This year, officials are discouraging people from going there at all, to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
With calming winds, firefighters continued to make progress on the Silverado Fire that forced tens of thousands of evacuations.
A New York developer paid $650 million for the property, which also includes two nearby buildings on Sansome Street.
The tri-state area added California back to its quarantine list because of an increase in the state's testing positivity rate.
Richard Montanez, of Corona, started off as a janitor and ended up an executive. He recently retired from Pepsi Co. following a decades-long career after creating Flamin’ Hot Cheetos. So, how did he come up with the billion-dollar product? FOX 11’s Rita Garcia shares his inspiring story of success.
This is the first Bay Area school to be named after Michele Obama.
A hit-and-run driver who fled the country three years ago after allegedly striking and killing a pedestrian in Whittier was arrested Thursday morning after being extradited to the U.S., authorities said.
The city agreed to pay the family of Humberto Martinez Sr., 32, who died in 2016 from having the blood stream to his brain cut off with a carotid hold.
Los Angeles Dodgers star Justin Turner celebrated his World Series victory with his team Tuesday night, without a mask, despite learning before the eighth inning that he was COVID-19 positive.
The Dodgers announced that there will be no World Series championship celebration in Los Angeles, "until it is safe to do so," amid the coronavirus pandemic and following Justin Turner's COVID-19 diagnosis.
Two massive wildfires burning in Southern California drove more than 80,000 residents from their homes this week as firefighters continued to battle the flames fueled by gusty winds and low humidity.
A biologist with the Wildlife Disaster Network described the big cat's journey as the "ultimate success story".
Video shows rescue paramedics lifting the man stuck 50 yards from shore to safety.
Celebrations in Los Angeles turned violent following the Dodgers' World Series win over the Rays Tuesday night, as crowds set fires and looted stores.
The wait is finally over!
Two out-of-control wildfires on Tuesday raged in Orange County, California as crews worked to contain the flames and thousands of people were forced to evacuate.