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Two competing plans for a new stadium to bring the NFL back to Los Angeles will likely be a hot topic when the mayor of Inglewood gives his annual State of the City address Thursday.
A bill proposed by a Redondo Beach lawmaker that would limit the number of schoolchildren who are exempt from being vaccinated advanced Tuesday in a Sacramento committee vote.
Residents living in California’s most famous zip code will no longer be allowed to fill new swimming pools and could face $1,000 fines for water violations.
Los Angeles is the least affordable housing market in the country – and experts say it’s only going to get worse.
A single vote was cast in favor of keeping the plastic bag ban that’s been in place in Huntington Beach for two years.
Tree-trimming services, sidewalk repairs, and affordable housing would be among several local programs to receive a boost in funding under the Mayor’s budget plan.
The union that represents the rank-and-file police officers at Los Angeles International Airport is raising concerns over a plan to cut back on airport vehicle checkpoints to save money.
Scientists say a large quake on the Ventura fault could spawn a tsunami that begins in the Santa Barbara Channel and affect coastal communities to the south.
Attorney General Kamala Harris says she wants to strengthen the trust between police and the public following recent slayings of unarmed civilians by officers nationwide.
One of the Southland’s major thoroughfares from the beach to the Westside will be closed for more than a year starting next week.
A vegetation fire Thursday in Jurupa Valley damaged at least two structures before crews gained the upper hand on the blaze.
Marion “Suge” Knight stood trial on murder and attempted-murder charges, a judge ruled Thursday.
Officials in Compton and other lower-income cities are warning that residents may be unable to bear any additional financial burden imposed by mandatory water restrictions.
The now-stalled measure would have prevented parents from seeking vaccine exemptions for their children because of religious or personal beliefs.
The Metropolitan Water District voted Tuesday to slash regional water deliveries by 15 percent as California grapples with a fourth year of drought.
Councilman Dennis Zine presented KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO with a proclamation and cake in recognition of the station’s “Carmageddon” coverage.