Los Angeles Churches Promise Sanctuary From Migrant SweepsA dozen churches in the Los Angeles area have declared themselves sanctuaries for migrant families as the Trump administration's immigration crackdown is scheduled to begin. Guillermo Torres, with Clergy and Laity United for Economic Justice, says more churches have become involved than ever before, which he attributes to a growing sense of indignation at the administration's actions on immigration.
WNBA Playoff Field Set, LA-Minnesota Meet In First RoundAs expected, Los Angeles and Minnesota will meet in the postseason for a third straight year. Unexpectedly, it's in the first round.
LA Chief: Police, Not Gunman, Fired Shot That Killed Trader Joe's WorkerA supermarket worker was killed by a bullet fired by Los Angeles police — not the gunman they were trying to stop — the city's police chief acknowledged Tuesday, defending the decision to use deadly force as an attempt to stop what officers feared could become a mass shooting.
1 Dead, Dozens Of Hostages Freed After Los Angeles StandoffA man shot his grandmother and girlfriend Saturday and then led police on a car chase that ended when he crashed into a pole and ran inside a busy supermarket.
Heather Locklear Arrested, Accused Of Attacking EMT, DeputyVentura County Sheriff's Capt. Garo Kuredjian says Locklear was released from jail Monday after posting $20,000 bail.
Packers' Wide Receiver Arrested After Airport Bomb CommentAirport police said Monday that Trevor Davis was booked on a charge of making a false bomb threat.
Teen Survives 12 Hours In Toxic L.A. SewageA 13-year-old boy was miraculously rescued Monday after falling into a river of sewage in Los Angeles, getting swept away and spending more than 12 hours in the toxic environment of the city's mazelike underground pipeline system.
Teen Critical After Los Angeles School Shooting, Student ArrestedTwo students were shot and wounded, one critically, inside a Los Angeles middle school classroom Thursday morning and police took a female student into custody, authorities said.
4 Things To Know: Houston Evacuation, L.A. Wildfires & MoreThey include the world reaction to North Korean nuclear tests, and the theatrical rerelease of a landmark Steven Spielberg film.
3 Teens Police Volunteers Steal LAPD Cars, Lead Police On ChaseThree teenagers in a program for those who may want to become officers stole three Los Angeles Police Department vehicles and went on patrol around the city before leading authorities on wild pursuits that ended with crashes, Chief Charlie Beck said.
4 Things To Know: 1-Month Mark For POTUS, Most Congested City & MoreFrom the one month mark for President Donald Trump to fallout over "Day Without Immigrants", here are the four things to know for Monday, Feb. 20.
DMV: Google Self-Driving Car Hits Bus During Test RunAn accident report filed with California’s Department of Motor Vehicles says a self-driving car being tested by Google collided with a public bus on Valentine’s Day.
Timberwolves End Losing Streak With 108 – 102 Win Over LA ClippersStung by a four-point loss to the Lakers a night earlier and playing the second game of a back-to-back against a team they had lost to 14 straight times on the road, the Minnesota Timberwolves might have doubted themselves.
Best Winter Break Destinations In The U.S.A look at five of America's best winter break destinations for college students
More Details Emerge On Flip Sanders’ Battle With CancerSports fans in Minnesota and players across the country are remembering Timberwolves head coach, president and part owner Flip Saunders, who died on Sunday following a battle with cancer.