A US county clerk who refused in the name of her faith to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples said Wednesday she secretly met with Pope Francis during his US visit and that he urged her to "stay strong."
Gov. Brown today endorsed another traffic-fine proposal by Sen. Bob Hertzberg to help working families, strengthen the economy and increase public safety by making it easier for working Californians to live with skyrocketing costs for minor tickets.
Our latest picks in the worlds of art, books and music including the opening of the “The Dick Van Dyke Fan Art Exhibit” and performance by the famed actor with the a cappella group, the Vantastics, Friday at the Malibu Playhouse.
Karma the wolf-dog will live.
An Orange County judge today overturned his previous ruling that the animal be euthanized and said Karma can be sent to a wolf sanctuary in North Carolina, despite animal control officials' insistence the dog is vicious -- noting that it once killed two cats in an Anaheim neighborhood.
Transgender Olympian Caitlyn Jenner will not be charged with manslaughter in connection with a deadly car crash in Los Angeles earlier this year, authorities said Wednesday.
A New Jersey-based oil refining company announced today it is purchasing the ExxonMobil refinery in Torrance that was badly damaged in a February explosion, with the $527.5 million deal expected to close in the second quarter of 2016.
On Wednesday, Oct. 7, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum will present the seventh annual Linda and Tony Rubin Lecture, "Two Who Defied the Nazis."
The Paley Center hosts the Arcus Foundation Wednesday evening to explore the treatment of animals in film.
Georgia was set to execute its first woman in 70 years on Tuesday despite a last-minute appeal for clemency from Pope Francis.
The Traffic & Parking Commission is seeking public input on the City’s traffic mitigation proposals for the reconstruction of North Santa Monica Boulevard.