Syrians get a bit of good news.
People Enjoying Fiesta Hermosa
SLIDESHOW: The Fiesta Hermosa is the largest arts and crafts fair in southern California.
At least one famous individual supports the Gov.'s ballot plan.
Residents unhappy about route, locations and need for project.
Clean energy goals remain far off.
Photo Courtesy of Creative Commons.
DWP ratepayer advocate still in the works.
One killed, more than 20 injured, reports say.
No new blood following the March 8 elections...for now.
Parks skips out on candidate forum. Others pounce.
Local leaders lobby for their plan to speed up transit construction.
Image via Twitter.
Public sector employees protesting in Wisconsin are setting the stage for a "national battle."
Brown wants a "California plan."
Consumer still want more protection.
Anderson Cooper, photo courtesy of Creative Commons.
Journalists victims of violence on Egyptian streets.
Solar Panels by Andreas Demmelbauer, courtesy of Creative Commons
LAUSD says installing $100 million in solar panels will create 10,000 jobs.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai (courtesy Creative Commons)
Continued political instability and a reported fuel blockade trouble Afghanistan.
The U.S. shares in the blame, they say.
California State Capitol (Creative Commons)
A new USC/LA Times poll shows Californians want the budget deficit to be dealt with through spending cuts.
The White House (Creative Commons)
Proposal calls for sharp cuts in government spending.
Down in the polls, Whitman hits the OC.
Carly Fiorina's "demon sheep" ad is one voters say is nasty. (Creative Commons)
Some voters say this is the nastiest election yet.
Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger of California hosted a live Q&A on Twitter Thursday, Oct. 21.
President targets young voters who helped propel him to victory in 2008 in meeting broadcast on MTV and BET.
SLIDESHOW: The protest included a march and a rally
Two Harbors hosted its annual Buccaneer's Day.
Alleys in South L.A. could become trails if the City of L.A. earns a grant to plan such a project. (Creative Commons)
Grants to improve transit, redevelop South L.A.
(photo by Braden Holly)
SLIDESHOW: How L.A. celebrated the 200th anniversary of Mexico's independence from Spain.
Arroyo Seco Flood Channel (Braden Holly)
L.A. county collects $200 million a year to prevent floods similar to those in the 1930s.
Neon Tommy breaks down the beauty do's and dont's for your summer internship.
After numerous accounts with the police, an FBI's interview turned into a defensive gun firing.