The first Labor Day was celebrated in New York City on Sept. 5, 1882.
The Auto Club of Southern California (AAA) says the price of fuel this holiday weekend is a record breaker.
A high surf advisory is still in effect Saturday.
If you have plans to head to the beach this Labor Day weekend, make sure there’s a lifeguard on duty wherever you plant your towel.
An approaching upper level trough was supposed to cool us down, but it doesn’t look like we are tapping into that on-shore flow all that much.
Southern Californians flocking to the beach in search of relief from the high inland temperatures during Labor Day weekend will find swells as high as 8 feet.
Gas prices have reached record levels in Southern California, but AAA is predicting a three percent uptick in travel over Labor Day weekend.
Labor Day may have come and gone, but leftover trash and waste in one of the Southland’s biggest parks has left local campsites filthy and could even be contaminating your drinking water.
Labor Day campers and visitors to the Angeles National Forest are failing to use trash cans and dumpsters, causing a huge litter for the park, according to officials.
Lightning and thunderstorms are moving through the Southland Monday, which may put a damper on Labor Day holiday plans. An outdoor picnic may not be in the cards because of the unpredictable weather.
If you couldn’t get away to some exotic tropical location, don’t fret: there’s plenty to do right here at home. Check out some of these fun happenings in your area, and you’ll feel like you had a Labor Day getaway without even leaving your neighborhood!
Look for some gradual warming as we make our way into the weekend. Daytime highs will be slightly warmer Friday.
After a nice cool Wednesday, things will start warming up as we make our way into the holiday weekend.
We continue with some mild conditions for the Southland Wednesday. Daytime highs in the basin and at the beach will be running just a touch below average.
Five great ways to spend Labor Day weekend around the Southland.