State Fails To Track Billions In Mental Health Funds The Little Hoover Commission report is the latest review to find that the state has little evidence to show that $13 billion in Proposition 63 funds have been effectively spent. California Oil Company Withdraws Drilling Proposal In Carson A California oil company announced Monday that it is canceling plans to drill up to 200 new wells in Carson.
Waiting For Villaraigosa? Calif. Senate Race Likely To Hinge On Latino Voters California Treasurer John Chiang Nixes Run For Boxer’s Senate Seat Street Closures Anticipated Ahead Of Vice President Joe Biden’s Visit To LA Public Corruption Trial Of State Sen. Ron Calderon, Brother Delayed Till August Report: More Outreach Needed To Diversify Los Angeles Fire Department Biden To Visit West LA College As Part Of Southland Trip Remembering Martin Luther King, Jr., Activists Stage March For Justice In Anaheim LAPD Officer, Carson Engineer Among Guests At State Of Union Address
Local Small Business Owner Says Website Hacked By ISIS Sympathizers Genny Davila says her company website, resqco.org, appears to have been hacked by sympathizers of the terror group. Crossing Guard Fatally Struck By Vehicle In Monterey Park The victim worked at nearby Macy Intermediate School.
Lawndale Woman Reunited With Lost Diamond Engagement Ring Water Company Tells Gardena Residents Black, Smelly Water Is Fine To Drink Trial Delayed For Costa Mesa Actor Indicted In Murder, Dismemberment Of Neighbor Twin Brothers Arrested In Connection With Fatal Stabbing Of Woman, 62 Andersen Earns 3rd Career Shutout As Ducks Blank Canucks, 4-0 $50,000 Reward Approved In Connection With Fatal South L.A. Hit-And-Run Lancaster Considers Imposing Fines For Certain Crimes In Wake Of Prop. 47 Compton Grocery Store Evacuated As Deputies Search For Gunman