February 8, 2013 The search for former Los Angeles police officer Christopher Jordan Dorner, who's suspected of killing a police officer and two other people, has stretched across a large area. It's feared he's intent on killing more officers.
February 7, 2013 The gunman is believed to be a former officer who is angry about his dismissal from the city's force. He allegedly killed two people last weekend and shot three police officers today. One of those officers has died.
October 1, 2012 For the second year in a row, fears of massive traffic tie-ups in Los Angeles because of demolition work were unfounded. Drivers stayed away from the area and "carmageddon" became "carma-what?"
September 26, 2012 Los Angeles closes down a 10-mile stretch of Interstate 405 for two days this weekend for demolition work on a bridge. Traffic jams didn't materialize last year during a similar closure. But there's a new concern this year: helicopters swarming overhead to watch the demolition work.
August 15, 2012 The entire staff at Miramonte Elementary was replaced last February after the allegations against two teachers. Administrators wanted to show parents they were taking action. Now, cleared of any wrongdoing, the other teachers are back in their classrooms.
February 7, 2012 Two teachers at Miramonte Elementary School have been arrested on charges related to the alleged sexual abuse of students. Officials say no other staffers at the school are under suspicion, but they want to allay the fears of students and parents.
February 7, 2012 One of the great ironies of human existence is that art and science are both optional costs for culture.
July 18, 2011 Much like The Rapture that didn't happen on May 21, the much-publicized "Carmageddon" in Los Angeles over this past weekend seems to been much ado about nothing. But be warned: It's all going to happen again next summer. "Carmaggedon II," anyone?
July 15, 2011 A 10-mile section of heavily traveled I-405 in Los Angeles closes this evening and isn't scheduled to reopen until early Monday. But officials are cautiously optimistic that work will go well and traffic might be able to flow again a little earlier.