The City Friday denied a permit for a massive 1,000-foot-long traveling water slide event in downtown Los Angeles, citing drought concerns.
Computer-driven cars have been testing their skills on California roads for more than four years — but until now, the Department of Motor Vehicles wasn’t sure just how many were rolling around.
Ventura County officials Thursday denied a request for a permit to house five white Siberian tigers for commercial use for filming at a Malibu home.
Officials in Orange County may need some help after a federal court decision on loosening standards for concealed weapon permits has resulted in a sharp rise in applications.
In a controversial move, Orange County Sheriff Sandra Hutchens Thursday reacted to the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals opinion, and loosened requirements for obtaining a concealed weapons permit.
Plans for a Rock ‘n’ Roll-style bull run in Riverside County are stirring controversy and firing up animal rights activists.
City officials have signaled they will move to enforce Measure B even as one porn producer goes to court to overturn the measure.
Measure B, also known as the “Safer Sex in the Adult Film Industry Act,” passed with 56 percent of the vote, according to the California Secretary of State.
Organizers of the Sunset Junction street festival say this weekend’s planned event has officially been canceled.
The Los Angeles Board of Public Works rejected a special permit application for this weekend’s planned Sunset Junction festival.
The federal complaint alleged the city treated the Zen center differently because it was to be the first non-Christian religious center in Walnut.
Ventura County officials have withdrawn the state’s first permit for a controversial fumigant a day after granting it to an Oxnard-area farmer.
The organizers of the street market between Hollywood and Sunset boulevards are in a dispute with the L.A. Film School, which claims vendors are blocking access to a school parking lot on Sundays.
A federal judge has struck down city regulations governing who gets to sing and sell along crowded Venice Beach in Los Angeles.
The U.S. Justice Department says the city of Walnut unfairly denied a permit to a group seeking to open a Buddhist center.