On the eve of World AIDS Day patients, health professionals and loved ones advocate for HIV awareness.
Despite recent evictions across the nation, Occupy LA says they are not going anywhere.
City Council voted 12-0 against proposed cuts to healthcare spending.
Three individuals used Craigslist to scam potential apartment renters.
Misaligned crankshaft pulleys in the engine could lead to steering problems.
$4 million dollars in grants were used to renovate a cooking classroom and student-run restaurant.
The whistleblower site's founder Julian Assange may be sent to Sweden to face sexual assault charges.
Authorities believe the beating may have been a random attack.
Mayor Villaraigosa will draft new measures to limit camping.
DPS will increase officer visibility for students' safety.
Results also suggested that overeating is linked to obesity and depression.
Police had been searching for 14-year-old Cameron James Smith since noon Wednesday.
An experimental vaccine has shown a reduction of African malaria cases by 50 percent.
Commercial Meat Co.'s ground beef tested positive for E.coli.
The resolution calls for the acceleration of a "responsible banking" ordinance.
Two Republicans have withdrawn from the presidential race in two days.
Police have arrested a man disguised as a security guard accused in several Downtown office burglaries.
A new job-creation ordinance awaits City Council approval.
A collaborative initiative decreases individuals living on the street by 12 percent.
The programs allows for the safe and anonymous surrender of unwanted infants.
The gift will go towards research at the intersection of engineering and medicine.
Students will be debating whether USC should go smoke-free.
The efforts come after a 10-ton tree fell on a woman's car, killing her Thursday.
A new study shows that tougher laws may reduce fatal crashes among new drivers, but don't necessarily keep older teens...
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