1 reopened in each direction as crews make progress on massive Studio City sinkhole
Crews on Monday were working around the clock and making progress to fix a sewer line at the site of a sinkhole in Studio City that swallowed two cars during a damaging rainstorm last week.
More than 60 threats to Jewish centers across the US, authorities investigating
Threats were communicated to at least 11 Jewish Community Centers today.
11 travelers pass security at JFK without proper screening: Sources
It took TSA two hours to notify police.
TE Julius Thomas heads to Miami, Jaguars acquire LT Branden Albert in separate deals
The Jaguars are trading Julius Thomas to the Dolphins, a source confirmed to ESPN. Thomas has agreed to a revised contract as part of the deal, which can't be officially announced until March 9.
Whittier police officer shot, killed while responding to crash; 2nd officer, suspect injured
A Whittier police officer was killed and another was wounded when they were fired upon while responding to a traffic accident Monday morning, authorities said.
Slain Whittier officer identified, honored with procession
The Whittier police officer who was killed in the line of duty was honored by fellow law enforcement officials in a procession on Monday.
'Not My President's Day' rally draws anti-Trump protesters to downtown Los Angeles
Protesters gathered to demonstrate against the new commander in chief at 'Not My President's Day' rallies in Los Angeles and other cities across the U.S. on Monday.
2 officers shot, 1 killed, after responding to traffic incident in California
Suspect was driving stolen car in accident.
Evan Longoria optimistic Rays have better chance to win in 2017
Tampa Bay Rays third baseman Evan Longoria still isn't a fan of last month's trade of Logan Forsythe, but he is optimistic the Rays have a better chance to win in 2017.
Rick Ankiel describes dealing with anxiety of pitching
Former major leaguer Rick Ankiel said his anxiety was so great in 2001 that he drank a few times before games.
Angels' Espinosa eager for Orange County homecoming in trade
Southern California native Danny Espinosa said it's 'like a dream' to play for his hometown team and he's ready to be the everyday second baseman for the Los Angeles Angels.
Kings waive Matt Barnes to create post-trade roster space
The Kings released Matt Barnes to create roster space for the three players they acquired in the blockbuster trade that sent DeMarcus Cousins to New Orleans.