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The fallout from a cyber attack on Sony Pictures of its release of the controversial “The Interview” has altered the way Hollywood does business, according to a panel of industry experts.
Gail Marlowe recalls spending her Thanksgiving eve in a panic after her purse went missing with her cellphone along with her cash, credit cards, and car keys.
“We were doing a sketch. We couldn’t hear each other. Because of the screaming.”
KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO won a total of six Golden Mikes at the 64th annual awards dinner, which was held Saturday in Universal City.
A man who was sentenced to life in prison two decades ago — for a murder he committed as a minor — now has hopes of one day becoming a free man.
State officials recently fined the Build Your Dreams, or BYD, for paying some Chinese workers $1.50 per hour and failing to provide rest breaks.
The head of the Department of Building and Safety has formerly asked a UC Berkeley professor to share his list of 1,500 possibly vulnerable buildings.
(KNX 1070) – Once almost entirely African American, the face of South L.A. has changed over the last few decades. Megan Goldsby reports.
The Department of Transportation’s Jaime de la Vega is among the general managers still witing to find out if they’ll get to keep their jobs.
For the first time since assuming office on July 1, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti will be featured on a live, listener call-in show, “Ask the Mayor”, to air exclusively on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO.
Orange County authorities Thursday asked for the public’s help in identifying a suspect who poses as a maintenance worker to steal copper from local businesses.
There’s a beautiful view of the Vincent Thomas Bridge from an abandoned parcel of land in Northwest San Pedro.
The Port of Los Angeles is huge – and so is the Port economy.