California Congressman On North Korea: It’s Time To Push Back A California congressman is weighing in on North Korea, one day after its governing body hurled a racial slur at President Obama and issued renewed threats against the United States. Drought, Plastic Bags Prompt New California Laws California's historic drought prompted the Legislature into action in 2014, leading lawmakers to regulate groundwater for the first time and override homeowners associations that fine members for replacing lawns with more drought-tolerant...
Viewed As ‘Conscience Of Congress,’ Environmental Advocate Henry Waxman Retires Court Says LAPD Can Continue Eased Policy For Impounding Cars DMV Gears Up For Migrant Driver’s Licenses North Korea Calls Obama ‘A Monkey’ Over ‘The Interview’ Health Care Exchange Sign-Ups Exceeding Last Year Democratic Lawmakers Applaud Presidential Plan To Normalize Relations With Cuba Thousands Attend Immigrant Integration Conference In Anaheim High Court Settles Dispute Over California’s Undersea Border
South LA Crash Kills Passenger In Car, Injures 2 One person was killed when a car operated by a suspected drunken driver struck at least three parked vehicles early Sunday morning, police said. Community Activists To Gather In LA To Seek Justice, Autopsy Results For Ezell Ford Civil rights leaders are expected to gather Sunday afternoon to seek justice and urge the release of autopsy results for a 25-year-old man who was shot by police in August.
CHP: ‘Street Racers Attempted To Block Traffic, Cause Safety Issues To Drivers On 105 Freeway In LA’ Investigation Continues In La Verne Double Homicide Shooting Death Investigation Underway In Torrance Wife Killed, Husband Hospitalized In Castaic Mobile Home Fire 5 Firefighters Injured While Battling Compton Garage Fire Missing Yucca Valley Man Found Unharmed In Texas California Congressman On North Korea: It’s Time To Push Back Pasadena Police Probe Alleged Hate Crime Against Interracial Couple