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With wind-chill temperatures expected to fall below 32 degrees, Los Angeles public health officials issued a cold weather alert to warn residents to bundle up, check on loved ones and bring pets inside.
After P-22's death Saturday, a congressman called him a "beloved mascot" and a biologist described him as an "iconic ambassador for wildlife."
State officials ultimately decided to euthanize P-22 at 9 a.m. Saturday morning due to serious health issues.
Traffic at Los Angeles International Airport is expected to reach 214,000 on Sunday, a seasonal peak, though not at the record high set in 2019.
P-22, who has been euthanized due to severe injuries, was thought to be about 12 years old.
P-22, who became the face of an international campaign to save California's threatened puma population, has died. He roamed the L.A. hills for a decade.
P-22, L.A. celebrity mountain lion, euthanized due to severe injuries
San Bernardino County sheriff's deputies discovered three sets of human remains in a remote part of Barstow this week. All three are believed to be linked to a missing persons report from July.
L.A. County coronavirus cases have stabilized, pushing off the prospect of a new indoor mask mandate, but a wave tied to holiday gatherings is possible.
Kelsey Harris, Megan Thee Stallion's estranged best friend, told prosecutors in September that Tory Lanez shot the "Savage" rapper in 2020. On the stand at Lanez's trial, she's struggled to remember much of anything.
Christmas wish list: A Kevin De León resignation, an end to the chaos and a 2023 in which things get done.
Graduation rates continue their rise despite staggering rates of chronic absenteeism and standardized test scores that appear to have erased five years of progress.
A coalition of California tribes and environmental groups is calling for U.S. Environmental Protection Agency oversight of the state water board.
Federal officials call upon states to prepare for urgent water cuts — and permanent reductions as a hotter, drier climate shrinks the Colorado River.
Most members of California's congressional delegation reported donating their campaign contributions from Bankman-Fried, who was recently indicted on fraud, conspiracy and campaign finance charges.
A magnitude 3.6 earthquake was reported at 3:39 a.m. Saturday in El Cerrito, Calif., according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
Accounts for several journalists who cover Elon Musk were restored by Twitter on Friday after their controversial suspension a day prior.
The new mayor of Los Angeles instructed city departments to complete all reviews of affordable housing and shelter applications within 60 days. They usually take six to nine months, officials said.
After a five-week strike that shut down classes and labs and unleashed grading turmoil, UC and graduate student workers reached a tentative agreement Friday.
Michael "Mike Boo" Moreno was sentenced to 11 years in prison for conspiring with the cartel La Familia Michoacán to distribute methamphetamine in the United States.
The pair is accused of selling 123,188 fentanyl pills and other drugs through a dark web forum called Darkode.
Two boys had just left campus and were walking to their car when they were attacked by a group who asked them where they were from, an official said.
A TV writer running late for a flight said he was denied boarding the plane because he was Black. Video shows white passengers allowed to board after him.
Beloved 'Ellen DeGeneres Show' sidekick Stephen 'Twitch' Boss left a note before he died of a gunshot wound to the head on Tuesday.
The shortage is from rising cases of COVID-19, flu and RSV, as well as patients who have put off non-emergency care.
Four Starbucks stores in the Los Angeles area will likely remain shuttered through the weekend as workers take to the picket line.
Black men have been disproportionately disciplined by the agency that regulates California's legal profession.
Starting with a 10-acre plot, Don Christopher's ranch became the largest garlic grower in the nation and the offbeat Garlic Festival its signature promoter.
Confrontational, disruptive protest brought Los Angeles this moment of political change.
Colorado River reservoirs continue to fall toward 'dead pool' levels, prompting growing calls for urgent action to cut water use in seven states.
The L.A. City Council has voted to allow landlords to resume evictions Feb. 1. But additional planned tenant protections have not passed.
Canelo had a sweet countenance, unless you were a cat or a small dog. We called him Canelito (Little Canelo), and I'd always refer to him as a travieso Pokémon — a mischievous Pokémon.
Retailers and manufacturers have shifted cargo away from the L.A. and Long Beach ports, threatening local jobs. The ports vow to bring that trade back, but it won't be easy.
Some companies are letting employees work fours days a week for five-days pay as they experiment with new ways of working as pandemic fears wane.
After a week without a mayor, the San Mateo City Council picked Amourence Lee to become the city's first Asian American female mayor.
Many colleges require students to have health insurance coverage and pay a fee to cover health services on campus. Schools say they need the student health fee to cover public health services and the growing need for mental health care.
The police statement comes amid controversy over Twitter suspending an account that tracked Musk's private jet as well as the accounts of several journalists who cover Musk.
Ahmad Abouammo, formerly of Walnut Creek in the Bay Area, had been employed with Twitter as a media partnerships manager for the Middle East and North Africa region.
Beverly Hills developer Arman Gabaee gets 4 years in prison for bribing L.A. County official for a $45 million lease deal and other favors
After a couple's vehicle fell off a road into a deep, rocky canyon in Angeles National Forest, they used a new emergency feature on their iPhone.
The child was killed instantly on Nov. 6, 2021, when a bullet shot through the car windshield struck him in the head as he slept in his car seat.
Gov. Gavin Newsom's appointees voted unanimously to reduce payments to homes and businesses that go solar.
A writer, producer, studio executive and educator, Ron Taylor became a pioneer in pushing the entertainment industry toward greater diversity.
The 60-foot fishing boat was carrying six people and approximately 1,000 gallons of diesel fuel when it ran aground on the northeast side of the island, the Coast Guard said.
Franc Cano gets life in prison for murdering four women in Orange County beginning in 2013. His accomplice, Steven Gordon, is already on death row/
Genetic data provided by consumers hoping to locate relatives allowed investigators to identify the remains of a teenager found in Long Beach in 1978.
Virginia's inspector general has been asked to investigate the state police's hiring of a man who catfished a Riverside girl and killed three of her relatives.
The staged murder photo was the coup de grace in a ruse federal agents used to catch a Los Angeles developer suspected of plotting to kill two men.
The Sheriff's Department is investigating a deputy for allegedly engaging in a sex act during a break and broadcasting the tryst over her radio.
A water-strapped celebrity enclave that has long relied on imported supplies has taken a significant step toward water recycling.