Getting Out Of The House To Refresh The SpiritSometimes it’s the mountains, sometimes it’s the desert…or maybe it’s to play a round of golf or to take a walk in the park. Everyone needs a break from routine, especially those who are house bound, and even if it requires assistance.
Study Links Recreational Marijuana Use To Alarming Increase In Fatal Crashes In States That Have Legalized PotA new study links recreational marijuana use to an alarming increase in fatal traffic crashes in states that have legalized pot.
Homeowners Assess Tree Damage After Strong Winds Lash SouthlandHomeowners throughout the Southland on Tuesday were assessing damage to their property a day after strong winds uprooted trees and knocked down power line.
Gov. Brown Wants You To Pay For Fixing RoadsHe wants to add $65 dollars on top of your car registration to pay for fixing California's roads.
Falling Gas Prices Make For Record Number Of Holiday TravelersTriple A declares this year's to be the busiest holiday for travel ever.
LAX: Record 3.5 million Travelers To Pass Through Airport This Holiday SeasonNearly one in three Americans is getting away this holiday season, and a record 100.5 million people are expected to travel 50 miles or more from home, according to AAA.
Study Finds Drivers Can't Rely Solely On Back-Up Cameras When ReversingA new study says back-up cameras in your car are simply not enough.
Why California Drivers Pay Highest Gas PricesThe national average is $2.12 per gallon. California drivers pay $2.78.
Southern California Drivers Take Advantage Of Falling Gas PricesGas prices in California have fallen leaving drivers like Lorenzo Daniels and Teresa Davenport saying "fill her up."
Drastic Fuel Price Comparisons Suggest Angelenos May Overpay For GasWhile gas prices have fallen in the last month, drivers have notice an enormous spread in prices from one station to the next, with some differences of over a dollar per gallon between stations.
Technical Issue At AAA Causes Delays For Roadside AssistanceAAA experienced a technical issue on Wednesday that was impacting customers across Southern California.
Only On 2: Vandal Strikes Long Beach Neighborhood Slashing More Than A Dozen TiresMore than a dozen residents in the University Park Estates section of Long Beach awoke to find their tires slashed.