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Customers with the Department of Water & Power can expect shorter wait times while calling about billing issues even as the utility continues to work toward improved services, officials said Wednesday.
An aggressive mountain lion killed a family dog early Wednesday in a north Fontana neighborhood.
A Laguna Niguel man helped deliver his own child in their home Wednesday morning with the help of a 911 dispatcher.
Parents are hailing the decision by Los Angeles County officials to expand crossing guard services to middle schools following a deadly accident near a Hollywood campus.
Lawmakers at City Hall were set Wednesday to talk trash.
A Panorama City mom is fighting to get her 4-year-old son’s puppy back after a rescue organization allowed the dog, which went missing but was later found, to be adopted by another family.
The Los Angeles City Council Tuesday voted to ban e-cigarette use at bars, nightclubs, restaurants and other public areas.
The FBI Tuesday is investigating two Los Angeles gang members who have traveled overseas to fight in Syria.
Former Secretary of State and possible presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton begins a two-day visit to Southern California Tuesday with a luncheon fundraiser benefiting the Boys & Girls Club of Long Beach.
Members of United Teachers Los Angeles were handing out leaflets to parents dropping their kids off at Los Angeles Unified School District schools Tuesday morning calling for smaller class sizes, increased staffing and salary increases.
A new report says more job stability for LAFD chiefs and an overhaul of the agency’s paramedic operations will help reduce concerns over emergency response times.
Drivers on the Westside were warned of possible traffic congestion when Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visits the Southland this week.
County officials Monday worked to clean out storm catch basins throughout Southern California following a wave of late-season storms over the weekend.
Mayor Eric Garcetti was in Mexico City Monday on a four-day trip to promote trade with the city of Los Angeles.
The Los Angeles City Council moved Friday to make L.A. the biggest city in the nation to approve a moratorium on a controversial oil and gas drilling practice.
Councilman Dennis Zine presented KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO with a proclamation and cake in recognition of the station’s “Carmageddon” coverage.