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”.
Residents in and around the Southland and southwest US Wednesday reported seeing a series of strange lights up in the sky.
Traffic lights and parking structures at Los Angeles International Airport are back on after officials cut power to the airport during morning rush hour on Tuesday.
Witness some strange lights in the sky over Riverside County Thursday night? You are not alone.
Officials in Vista are looking to trim $9 million from their budget by shutting off half of the residential street lights in the city.
“Silver Bells” and “O Christmas Tree” are not just classic songs for this Christmas season — they’re also two potential holiday hazards.
If you like keeping your home or business well lit, at least one official in Riverside County says you should be pay a penalty for it.
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