The state Senate on Wednesday approved a $1 billion proposal to speed up spending on water projects and offer about $75 million in immediate aid to residents and wildlife in drought-stricken California.
It’s no surprise that many right wing conservatives have questioned the validity of climate change, and presidential hopeful Ted Cruz’s position is no different.
House Republicans targeted a key element of President Obama’s strategy for fighting climate change, releasing a bill to delay the Obama administration’s plan to limit carbon pollution.
Three dozen members of Congress from California, Oregon and Washington are urging full funding of a West Coast earthquake early warning system.
As Los Angeles County primary election results come in, incumbent City Councilman Jose Huizar holds an early lead.
Voter turnout for local elections in L.A. has gotten so bad that officials are proposing having city and school board elections on the same day as presidential and statewide elections.
City Council has yet to spend $27 million which was set aside to fund the 40,000 miles of required city-wide sidewalk repairs.
Vice President Joe Biden Wraps Up SoCal Visit With Keynote At Patient Safety, Science and Technology Summit
Former President Bill Clinton spoke at the summit Friday.
Two Pasadena Department of Public Works executives were fired after nearly $6.5 million were embezzled from a fund they oversaw, it was announced Tuesday.
A number of city activists are calling for Pasadena City Controller Michael Beck to retire following the city’s embezzlement scandal, but he says he’s not going anywhere.
For the first time, California will make paroled sex offenders take periodic lie detector tests as a way to gauge their behavior patterns and perhaps prevent new sex crimes.
Critics of Gov. Chris Christie are piling on after his office revealed that Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has been paying for the potential 2016 candidate to watch the team play from his box.
When the gavel signaled the end of the 113th session for the U.S. Congress this month it also marked the end of a 40-year career for California Congressman Henry Waxman.
The tight race for the Third District’s Supervisor was too close to call during mid-elections on Tuesday night.
As LA’s Election Day 2014 approaches, the battle for County Supervisor is shaping up to be one of the hottest races of the season.