A game delayed three times because of a lighting malfunction was suspended after five innings Friday night with the Washington Nationals leading the Los Angeles Dodgers 3-2.
“It’s called retro-reflective material,” said Chris Holmes, who explained that he got the idea while touring with Sir Paul McCartney.
Orange County is threatening substantial fines to one neighborhood over their extreme Christmas decorations.
L.A.’s newest holiday tradition – L.A. Zoo Lights! A very special nighttime event for all ages where you’ll experience a fantastical wonderland with glowing animals in LED lights, lasers, 3D projections and more!
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The popular pumpkin faces are singing again after a homeowners association complained about the crowds the musical light show attracted.
Police Friday were investigating how vandals apparently cut power to the stadium lights at Malibu High School (MHS), authorities said.
Our KCAL9 Street Team mobilized Wednesday night after receiving several reports of orange lights appearing various parts of southern Orange County.
Authorities estimated at least 100,000 people attended Saturday night’s Glow Festival in Santa Monica.
Little league players from teams across Grand Terrace Friday asked the community to pitch in and get the lights back up and running at their only lighted baseball field.
L.A. is about to become the first major city in the world to synchronize all of its traffic signals.
Riverside County supervisors today approved an ordinance Tuesday mandating fines up to $500 for property owners whose outdoor lights create an overnight nuisance.
Life-sized Santa Claus, snowman, and polar bear lights were among the counterfeit merchandise originating from China.
An Inland Empire home is drawing visitors to its holiday light display, but its not even December.
Property owners could risk hundreds of dollars in fines for having their lights shine too brightly — even during the “most wonderful time of the year”.