These photos capture the devastation of the fire, which is threatening thousands of homes in Sylmar, Lake View Terrace, and Sunland-Tujunga.
Extreme winds expected to return today.
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The latest on wildfires tearing through the Valley and Westside.
We’re looking at options in Highland Park, Valley Village, Santa Monica, Long Beach, and Glassell Park
With vaulted, beamed ceilings and a sweet bay window, the living room is a gem.
Multiple cities are pursuing the company’s massive new base of operations.
A swanky condo in Beverly Grove or a classic two-bedroom home in Pasadena?
The length of a trip along the whole route would dwindle from 50 minutes to 34 minutes.
City Councilmember Bob Blumenfield has proposed that the former Rocketdyne plant in Warner Center would be a "perfect" spot for the facility.
We found five apartments near the Expo, Red, Blue, and Gold Lines, plus a spot near the Orange Line, all renting for around the same price.
The La Tuna Fire has now surpassed the scope of the Bel Air Fire of 1961, but that blaze destroyed close to 500 homes, including those belonging to Burt Lancaster and Zsa Zsa Gabor.
A train, tram, or bus line will one day run on—or under—Van Nuys Boulevard and San Fernando Road.
The largest brushfire in city history continues to blaze, and images posted to social media show just how big it’s become.
Planned for the old Montgomery Ward site, the development would bring over 400 apartments and loads of retail.
We’ve found five options for sale at this price point—and none of them are condos.
It’s enough for a roomy West Hollywood condo or a pedigreed midcentury residence in Long Beach—but which would you choose?
Set to rise on Sepulveda Boulevard, the project will bring 364 new units of housing to the area—44 of them affordable.
A new bike path segment and pedestrian bridge should be complete by 2019, and parks and additional paths are on the way.
Thrust back into the spotlight in the Netflix hit "GLOW," the motel is a must-see for midcentury architecture fans.
"Not a lot of people are willing to sell their homes right now, and a lot of people want to buy."
A Studio City-based real estate agent who has lived in the San Fernando Valley for 15 years will field questions from readers from noon to 1 p.m. today.
The region has long been associated with sprawl, strip malls, and single-family homes; but will new development and transit options change that?
In the 1950s, the Valley Times dubbed her "one of the most respected and sought after architects in the Valley."
It’s still a bit cheaper to rent in the Valley, but prices are creeping up—especially in Encino and Reseda.
How the tony suburbs of the West Valley launched early 2000s alternative rock.
The Valley’s last drive-in, a Richard Neutra-designed home, and a Van Nuys amusement park are just a few of the sites we can no longer enjoy.
We’ve quickly fallen in love with the quaint small-town atmosphere and picturesque backdrop of the San Gabriel Mountains.
There’s quite the selection for this price, from sleek and modern to vintage and charming.
Mack Sennett—a Hollywood giant with the nickname the "King of Comedy"—used a giant pie and swimsuit models to to draw attention to the neighborhood when it opened in 1928.
The project would replace a single-story commercial building on Ventura Boulevard with 114 units of housing.
A local bank made the map, showcasing, among other events, the discovery of gold in nearby Placerita Canyon—before Sutter’s Mill.
There’s a push to convert the bus line into light rail, which begs the question: Can a bus line, even with all the right support, ever be enough?
It’s enough for a four-bedroom home with a pool in Granada Hills—or a cozy two-bedroom in Encino.
Thank car culture for these buildings shaped like giant donuts, tamales, and sail boats.
The Shadow Hills property includes a riding arena, stables, and a pasture—all within Los Angeles city limits.
P-55's move deeper into the Valley is only the fourth successful crossing of the 101 freeway since 2002, when the parks service began keeping track.
No style of home is more closely associated with the San Fernando Valley than the ranch.
Before it was home to swimming pools and shopping centers, the Valley was largely an agricultural region—with horses, jackrabbits, and giant pumpkins.
The region was overlooked in movies and music for years until Frank Zappa and ‘Fast Times at Ridgemont High’ came along