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More than 4,600 military veterans currently live on the streets of Los Angeles, according to a new survey.
Veterans Day was marked across the Southland Tuesday with numerous observances honoring active and retired servicemembers in the U.S. military.
City officials Tuesday announced the new chief of the Long Beach Police Department.
Thousands of registered nurses in California and over a dozen other U.S. states Tuesday kicked off a two-day strike to demand better equipment for handling Ebola patients.
An apparent shooting threat made on social media against a Fontana high school has been determined to not be serious, authorities said Monday.
City officials Monday announced a new plan that would put Los Angeles on track to become 15 percent more energy efficient by 2020.
More travelers flying in and out of LAX and other airports nationwide will soon be using new technology to get where they’re going.
Joseph McStay’s business associate has been arrested in connection with the murder of him and his family, the San Bernardino County Sheriff announced Friday.
Officials have blamed aging infrastructure as the primary factor in a sharp rise in the number of water main breaks across Los Angeles, but new data shows some neighborhoods may be worse off than others.
The subway is coming to Beverly Hills, even if it may take almost a decade for the first train to arrive.
City officials Thursday unveiled a new effort to curb illegal dumping along the Los Angeles River.
KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO had a panel of diverse experts, who are on the front lines of the worldwide Ebola crisis, answer the public’s questions Thursday during a special town hall broadcast.
Scientists with the California Geological Survey released a final map that shows the Hollywood Fault cuts through the properties of the proposed twin-skyscraper mega-project.
It’s being called the largest IRS phone fraud scam targeting taxpayers ever.
KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO will assemble a panel of diverse experts on the front lines of the worldwide Ebola crisis to answer the public’s questions in a special town hall broadcast entitled “Ebola Uncovered”
Councilman Dennis Zine presented KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO with a proclamation and cake in recognition of the station’s “Carmageddon” coverage.