A day after making a money drop in the San Fernando Valley, the real estate mogul behind “Hidden Cash” treated Orange County residents to a treasure hunt of their own.
On Sunday, he left 25 PEZ dispensers full of money ($50, $60 and $100) buried in the sand on a San Diego beach.
The mystery man and real estate developer behind the craze tweeted (@HiddenCash) about the possibility Wednesday night.
Bay Area real estate investor Jason Buzi went public as Hidden Cash in a CNN interview.
An anonymous millionaire who has been hiding cash and giving hints to find it on Twitter shared his first clue for the second drop in Los Angeles Thursday afternoon.
A $2.1 billion federal grant and loan agreement was announced Wednesday to help build a nearly four-mile stretch of the Purple line subway from downtown to Beverly Hills.
The Los Angeles Dodgers Thursday will hold a collection drive for the San Fernando Valley Rescue Mission which was severely damaged by a fire.
The marching band at Santa Paula High School is at a loss after someone stole the $17,000 they saved up for a national competition.
The author of My Street Money, Louis Barajas, says it’s important to follow five main points.
Gov. Jerry Brown has quietly visited 10 California counties this year to see how they are faring under his three-year-old realignment law, which dramatically altered the state’s criminal justice system by increasing the burden on local governments.
The fundraiser for Bruno was held at Tony’s Deli in Anaheim.
The Los Angeles City Council Friday approved a motion that would help aid in the repair of the city’s tattered sidewalks.
Getting around in Southern California can be tough.
A woman said her grandson was suspended last week for protesting that the Inglewood Unified School District spent tens of thousands of dollars on a retreat for its employees.
Crooks in Rancho Cucamonga are paying for Girl Scout cookies with counterfeit cash.