Californians buying individual health plans on the state insurance exchange will see an average increase of about 4 percent in premiums for the second year in a row.
Injury costs for Los Angeles police and firefighters that were hurt on the job have jumped 35 percent in the last five years, according to city officials.
Traffic congestion in Southern California is costing drivers more than just their patience, according to a new study.
Californians buying individual health plans on the state’s exchange will see their premiums rise by an average of 4.2 percent in 2015, about half the increase the industry has seen in the past three years, officials announced Thursday.
About 95 percent of those diagnosed with diabetes have type II which “often is preventable.”
Officials in Orange County are seeking financial assistance from the state for damage related to last Friday’s earthquake centered in La Habra.
College costs and financial aid are playing an increasingly decisive role in how incoming freshman in the U.S. determine where to attend school, according to a new UCLA survey.
Lawsuits involving the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department accounted for $43 million in expenditures – nearly half the county’s overall litigation costs – last year, according to county officials.
Lawmakers in Sacramento are deciding who will pay for the shutdown of the San Onofre nuclear power station in San Clemente.
A controversial cost-cutting plan to reassign Los Angeles firefighters will be called off after a vote to approve $1.6 million in overtime costs.
Colin Martodam of American Residential Services appeared on KCAL9 News on Sunday morning to share tips on keeping heating costs down this winter.
Winning over young voters is expected to be a key factor for President Obama to win re-election and Tuesday night he took action, promising college students that he would keep education affordable.
Officials with the state board overseeing the project said they have managed to trim $30 billion off of the estimated $98 billion price tag.
If you’ve ever wondered where your county tax dollars go, look no further than your local courthouse.
The city of Los Angeles is weighing a lawsuit against Occupy LA protesters to recoup financial damages sustained during the two-month encampment.