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The Los Angeles Police Department’s effort to equip officers with body cameras has run up against an unlikely obstacle: the ACLU of Southern California.
A large truck overturned on Interstate 15 in the Cajon Pass on Wednesday evening causing traffic to be backed up in both directions.
A local congressman is holding a lottery to give his constituents a chance to get a bit closer to His Holiness Pope Francis during his upcoming U.S. visit.
Caltrans warned drivers on Wednesday to anticipate travel delays over the Labor Day holiday weekend due to reduced lanes and construction work in San Bernardino.
A group of Southland residents who claim they had unwanted accounts opened in their names at Wells Fargo Bank or were unable to modify “predatory” mortgage loans are demanding a meeting with the bank’s CEO.
A midnight fireworks show like the one Khloe Kardashian hosted last week for her boyfriend’s birthday party will never happen again, if an LA County supervisor has anything to say about it.
Officials have officially announced the launch of an international design competition to re-envision Pershing Square, the historic five-acre park in the heart of downtown L.A.
The mayor of Palm Springs says he’ll cooperate with a corruption probe after FBI agents raided City Hall.
The U.S. Olympic Committee has formally named Los Angeles as its official bidder for the 2024 Games.
A deadly August has reversed a decline in murders in Los Angeles.
Three San Bernardino County Sheriff’s deputies will be charged in connection with the beating of a man pursued on a stolen horse earlier this year.
The Los Angeles Police Commission was expected Tuesday to consider a new rule that would allow for the removal of people who make “personal, impertinent or profane remarks” during a commission meeting.
Classmates at Bell High School mourned the loss of a 17-year-old student who was killed by a hit-and-run driver while skateboarding over the weekend.
A charter high school history teacher learns a lesson in geography from two lost sailors in this episode of KNX 1070’s “Hero of the Week.”
Officials say limiting ticket sales and setting age restrictions is aimed at making “raves” and other county events safer.
Councilman Dennis Zine presented KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO with a proclamation and cake in recognition of the station’s “Carmageddon” coverage.