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An Los Angeles City Council committee was set Tuesday to take up a plan that would change a law limiting the number of cats Angelenos can keep as pets.
WiFi and cell phone service in underground Metro rail stations could make its debut later this year , according to officials.
Angelenos are asking state officials to bring some new safety measures to the city’s oldest freeway.
Police in Hawthorne took part in a training course Friday to help officers better assess situations involving dogs.
Recent rainfall may not be enough to cut short the statewide drought, according to a new report.
City officials were set Friday to install high-tech pipes to help make of the San Fernando Valley’s biggest hospitals ready for the next big quake.
One of the world’s biggest Internet search engine companies is coming to Los Angeles.
Donald Trump says he’s abandoning plans to build luxury homes on the driving range of his 18-hole seaside golf course in Los Angeles County.
Mandatory earthquake retrofitting should be required on thousands of buildings in Los Angeles to reduce potential damage from a devastating quake, experts told city lawmakers Wednesday.
City officials Wednesday got their first look at what’s being touted as a new approach to a uniquely Los Angeles problem: potholes.
Some school board members have signaled support for a plan to provide free legal aid to what officials say would be a “limited number” of students who are facing deportation.
The westbound lanes of the 10 Freeway reopened late Tuesday afternoon hours after a big-rig fire shut down the thoroughfare in East Los Angeles.
The fallout from a cyber attack on Sony Pictures of its release of the controversial “The Interview” has altered the way Hollywood does business, according to a panel of industry experts.
City officials are looking at ways to clean up what they say is a messy situation at parks across Los Angeles.
The Los Angeles Fire Department will now operate out of four bureaus in and around the city as part of an effort to increase accountability and improve response times.
Councilman Dennis Zine presented KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO with a proclamation and cake in recognition of the station’s “Carmageddon” coverage.