KNX On Your Corner
(KNX 1070) – Residents in University Park near USC finally get a public hearing this week about nasty odors in their neighborhood. Ed Mertz reports they believe the fumes are coming from an oil field […]
A lot of Southland football fans want an NFL team.
A piece of L.A.’s African-American history has come back to life with the re-opening of the Dunbar Hotel.
Before the Space Shuttle Endeavour arrived, the California Science Center was seeing around 1.6 million visitors every year.
South Los Angeles boasts a one-of-a-kind wonder – the Watts Towers.
An organization in South Los Angeles has been working for years to bring golf to young people who perhaps always thought the sport was beyond their means.
In the heart of South L.A., an aggressive 10-year, $700 million program is now underway.
USC journalism students are working to increase news coverage of this vast and densely populated area.
Plans are in the works for added bike-lanes on a major South L.A. street.
Since beginning with just 53 students in 1880, the University of Southern California has grown to become a large part of South L.A.
KNX’s spotlight on South L.A. falls on the eve of the 8th annual “Taste of Soul”.
If you want to have coffee with your cat, you should probably get a cat.
Irvine made history by becoming the first major U.S. city to elect a Korean American mayor.
Irvine boasts the best high school in the state and one of the best in the country.
Irvine is one of three Orange County cities with its own traffic center to keep people moving.