Ed Mertz has been at KFWB since March of 2000 and began reporting for KNX in March 2009. Previously, Ed covered news in Arizona, Arkansas, Florida and Oklahoma.
Originally from Michigan, Ed graduated with a Journalism degree from USC.
In Orange County, they’re turning sewer water into drinking water.
It’s a tough lesson for one of Southern California’s wealthiest communities.
Work is being done to tap into the ocean, while the water flowing from some taps is already coming from toilets.
It’s been years in the making and a ground-breaking date is still months away.
Here’s your chance to help re-develop a plot of land in Yorba Linda that’s about the size of Disneyland.
If you are looking for an all-you-can-eat experience, it just so happens there’s one happening Thursday with the “Taste of Yorba Linda”.
The largest residential complex west of the Mississippi is in the Fairfax District.
The new system will enroll more people in Medi-Cal, but that could cause huge challenges.
The Affordable Care Act is supposed to reduce the number of people going to emergency rooms, but hospital administrators say they doubt that.
Something old, something new, and something tasty too can all be found at the Los Angeles County Fair.
Most people go to the L.A. County Fairgrounds to have a good time – but a few hundred go there for school.
The Los Angeles County Fair runs for about a month, and it’s a lucrative time for the Fairplex.
While there have always been plenty of ponies at the Los Angeles County Fair, Ed Mertz reports some of them will be racing at the Fairplex Park track starting Friday.
Southern California has long been a hotbed for hot rods and speed and that story can be found in Pomona.
City leaders and security officials assembled Tuesday for the opening of the first-ever national homeland security conference in downtown Los Angeles.