For the first time in nearly a century, the Rose Bowl in Pasadena will be hosting an open house Saturday.
Public employees of the city of Irvine earned total compensation packages last year that averaged nearly $150,000 per year including the cost of benefits, according to a study released Tuesday.
Public health officials are warning of a potential outbreak of meningococcal disease after an 18-year-old Huntington Beach girl was diagnosed with the infection.
Public meetings were set to start on Wednesday night to discuss several proposals to close the gap between the 710 Freeway in Alhambra and the 210 Freeway in Pasadena.
FBI files on Marilyn Monroe, that went missing earlier this year, have been found and were made public.
Ticketmaster is releasing a limited number of tickets Tuesday for the memorial service of Jenni Rivera, which will be held Wednesday morning at the Gibson Amphitheatre at Universal City Walk.
The reported threat comes just one day after a man called in a bomb threat at Washington Middle School down the street.
Police in San Bernardino are asking the public to be on the lookout for two juveniles who have been missing since Friday evening.
The Battleship USS Iowa opened to the public Saturday as a permanent floating museum in the Port of Los Angeles.
Police detectives are asking for the public’s help in finding a missing 15-year-old girl whose family says is dealing with a life-threatening medical condition.
The LA Fire Department was under fire on Wednesday for its decision to withhold basic information on emergency calls.
A newly-published report shows officials from the Central Basin Municipal Water District used public funds to buy positive press coverage.
Teachers in the U.S. still enjoy widespread confidence, but teacher unions may be hurting their image, according to a new survey.
Zynga, the online game maker behind “FarmVille” and other popular Facebook pastimes, is going public.
California’s Legislature prohibits lawmakers from releasing their daily calendars, but legislators in many other states voluntarily open their schedules so the public can see how they spend their time and who is allowed access to them.