Best Travel-Themed Podcasts To Listen To Before Your Big TripIntroducing five of the best travel podcasts hosted by some of America's best travel experts.
Foursquare On The Pin Ep 3: Grits, Crawfish, and Bourbon CocktailsChef Sarah Simmons of City Grit and Birds & Bubbles, and Jennifer Cole, Deputy Editor of Southern Living join On The Pin.
Dodgers Manager Don Mattingley On NY RadioEarlier Thursday, Dodgers manager Don Mattingley talked to Mike Francesa of the FAN radio in New York City about his upcoming rookie season as manager of the Dodgers.
Economist: Happiness Ebbs Above $75K A YearSo you think you need to earn more money to make you happy? A new study may challenge that notion -- or give it a more concrete goal.
Budget Cuts Blamed For Deputy Response DelaysDespite the findings, Sheriff Baca rejects any link between longer response times and the department's push to cut its budget by $128 million.
L.A. County Fair Debuts In Pomona Ever had a bacon-wrapped Oreo cookie? Starting this weekend, you can enjoy that and a whole lot of other goodies at the Los Angeles County Fair in Pomona.
Flasher Exposes Himself Twice At OC SchoolStudents at Mission Viejo High School say a man wearing dark sunglasses struck the campus two different times.
Does Blood Make You Faint? Study May Explain WhyIf you get light-headed at the sight of blood, researchers may soon have an explanation.
SoCal Residents Hit The Road For Labor Day WeekendMany Southern Californians got a head start as Friday marked one of the busiest travel days, according to the experts.
LOL: Adults Catching Up To Texting TeensAre your thumbs tired? A new study suggests if you're over the age of 18, you may have just recently caught on to the text-messaging trend.
Labor Groups Wind Down Brown Campaign EffortJust as the race for governor of California heats up, a coalition of labor groups is cooling its $8.6 million drive to stave off Meg Whitman's challenge to Democratic gubernatorial candidate Jerry Brown.
Sacramento Turns Sights On Budget WoesAs residents grow increasingly frustrated over the growing budget crisis in Sacramento, KNX 1070's Ed Mertz reports state lawmakers have finally set their sights on ending the impasse.