Big Jump In LA Murder Rate In August A deadly August has reversed a decline in murders in Los Angeles.
'Bad News', LA: Violent, Property Crime Up For First Time In Nearly A Decade Angelenos saw a sharp jump in violent and property crime in Los Angeles during the first half of 2015, officials said Wednesday.
Highlights: Californians Paying More For Water In DroughtSome California residents are finding themselves in an ironic bind where they have to pay more while using less water in the drought.
Uber Defends Slashing Drivers' Rates Amid LA ProtestMore than 50 Los Angeles-based Uber drivers assembled in a North Hollywood parking lot Tuesday night to voice their displeasure with continued cuts in their takehome pay.
Los Angeles Dog, Cat Kill Rate Hits New LowIf Los Angeles reduces the number of shelter animals killed to 10 percent, it would qualify as a no-kill city. At the current reduction rate, LA could become the nation's largest no-kill city by 2017.
Rates For OC Toll Roads Increase TuesdayRates to drive on Orange County's four toll roads will increase Tuesday.
California's Unemployment Rate Drops To 7.6 Percent California's unemployment rate hit 7.6 percent in May, maintaining its steady decline past pre-recession levels, the state Employment Development Department reported on Friday.
LA Religious Leaders Call On Mayor To Reject Proposed Metro Fare Hikes A Southland coalition of multi-ethnic religious leaders Monday called on city officials to reject proposed fare increases over claims the move would harm the region's poorest residents.
California Home Price Gains Slow In April The median sales price of $383,000 was up 2 percent from March and 18 percent from April of 2013.
Calif. Unemployment Dips, 30K Jobs Lost In January California's unemployment rate decreased to 8.1 percent in January despite the loss of 31,000 jobs statewide, according to figures released Friday.
LAPD Highlights Drop In Crime Rates For 11th Straight Year Crime rates are down across the city of Los Angeles and murders citywide are at their lowest level since 1966, Mayor Eric Garcetti and LAPD Chief Charlie Beck announced Monday.
Grads Sue Southwestern Law School Over Employment Rate ClaimsA group of former Southwestern Law School students are taking their alma mater to court over its claims of a 98 percent employment rate after graduation.