LA County Board Of Supervisors To Consider Water Conservation PlanMembers of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors Tuesday are expected to consider a conservation plan that would triple charges for customers who fail to meet mandated water consumption targets.
State Water Board Lowers Cutback Requirement For LAWater customers in Los Angeles will still be required to cut back their usage, but the target was lowered by the State Water Board on Saturday.
Metropolitan Water District Committee Votes To Advance Proposal To Slash Deliveries The planning committee for the Metropolitan Water District has approved a 15 percent reduction in water deliveries to agencies across Southern California.
More Than 150 Employees Brace For Layoffs At LA Superior CourtMore than 150 employees of the LA Superior Court face being laid off Friday, according to officials.
County Registrars Warned Postal Cutbacks May Delay Calif. Election ResultsOfficials say if you use the mail to cast your ballot this election year, your vote may not get tallied for days or even weeks.
Antonovich: Brown's Efforts To Reform Calif. Spending Have 'Failed' One of the county's top executives took aim at Gov. Jerry Brown for his role in cutting millions of dollars from the county budget.
Jesse Jackson Blasts Cutbacks To Grammy Awards, May Call For Protest Will one of America's most influential civil rights leaders take to the streets over Grammy?
Up To 150 More Laid Off At YahooYahoo is laying off another 100 to 150 workers, signaling the continued challenges facing the Internet company.
MTA Cuts Nine Bus Lines, Eyes $30M In SavingsThe cash-strapped Metropolitan Transportation Authority will eliminate nine bus lines and reduce service on several others starting Sunday.