LA: Los Angeles, CA
City of Los Angeles (LA), California, USA
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Los Angeles' leading online source for local, state, national, world, entertainment, and sports news. Plus jobs, real estate, cars and shopping information from the Los Angeles Times.
LA, California, Airports
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LA. California, Information
LA : The City of Los Angeles , widely known by its abbreviation LA , is a large coastal metropolis in Southern California in the western United States of America. Los Angeles was incorporated as a city in California on April 4, 1850. The city of Los Angeles is the county seat of Los Angeles County. Los Angeles is the largest city in California, and the second most populous city in the United States (after New York City ), with a population of 3,694,820 as of the 2000 census. The economy of Los Angeles is driven by agriculture, petroleum, motion pictures, aerospace, international trade, and tourism.
Los Angeles is the largest entry point for immigrants to the United States and is now the most ethnically diverse city in the world, with populations from every nation. Los Angeles is considered a major world city, having hosted two Olympic Games, and home to renowned scientific and cultural institutions. Los Angeles is a major center for producing entertainment, including motion picture, TV, and recorded music. Thus, due to the large population and economy of, Los Angeles is considered an Alpha World City.
The Los Angeles metropolitan area (frequently termed the "Southland") consists of Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Riverside and Orange counties, and is home to more than sixteen million people of diverse ethnic and economic backgrounds. The Greater Los Angeles area is often referred to as Southern California, but geographically that term more properly includes both the Los Angeles metroplex and Imperial, Kern, San Diego, Santa Barbara and Ventura counties.