Los Angeles has crumbling sidewalks in need of repair, but a plan to fix them won’t make a lot of homeowners happy.
A statewide sting has nabbed 112 unlicensed contractors who could face criminal charges for offering home repair services in seven cities, a state board said.
The roar of planes coming in and out of Los Angeles International Airport may become more of a dull rumble for Inglewood residents now that the city has received federal money to soundproof homes.
Seniors in Mission Viejo want permission to shoot bunnies in their communities with pellet guns.
A Southern California lawmaker wants to protect homeowners who cut back on watering during the statewide drought against retaliation from homeowner associations (HOAs).
Homeowners in Azusa are turning to the government to help prevent future storm disasters.
Three community assistance organizations sued Gov. Jerry Brown and other state officials on Friday, alleging the state improperly diverted nearly $370 million that was intended to help homeowners struggling with foreclosures.
Insurance officials offered a new incentive Monday for homeowners across the Southland and throughout California to prepare for the region’s next big earthquake.
California authorities arrested 75 people, some with shady pasts and most of them accused of working without proper licenses, during an undercover sting operation conducted last week by the Contractors State License Board.
A development project that would transform the Hollywood skyline faces sharp criticism from local homeowners despite promises to bring thousands of new jobs to the region.
Federal investigators on Thursday asked the public for help in finding a San Gabriel man who admitted to defrauding homeowners out of as much as $11 million in three separate fraud schemes.
Construction along the 405 Freeway has caused more than just traffic nightmares.
Thousands of homeowners are expected to wait in long lines at Ontario Convention Center Monday in an effort to keep their homes – or buy one.
Pacific Gas and Electric (AKA PG&E) has offered to buy hundreds of homes and relocate the families after their plant polluted the groundwater of Hinkley.
An estimated 800,000 homeowners will be asked to pay as much as $150 per each rural property annually to fund firefighting efforts amid what Sacramento is calling an increased wildfire risk.