For years retailers have offered tremendous deals on black Friday — the day after Thanksgiving — but there is a new trend underway to lure customers into stores even earlier.
If you’re one of several thousand Southland residents hoping to score Black Friday deals at Target, don’t bring your running shoes.
The Irvine City Council has voted to ban the retail sales of dogs and cats, as well as rodeos and circuses featuring exotic animals.
Online crooks — supposedly selling used-car buyers a “protection program” — are using a phony Kelley Blue Book website to dupe customers.
The mixed report covers a six-county region of Southern California amid worries about job security and the health of the economy at large.
If you’re looking to buy a home in the beach cities, you’re going to need help.
The drop is triggering a warning from government analysts that 2011 could be the worst year for the industry in half a century.
Amazon is facing a boycott by a coalition of nonprofit organizations over the company’s opposition to a new Internet sales tax law.
If approved, the measure would force pet stores to transition to a pet adoption model that offers pets one would normally adopt from a local animal shelter.
The city was awarded $143 million through the Neighborhood Stabilization Program to spend to fix up and sell properties in the city’s worst real estate markets.
Another credit downgrade for two of the nation’s biggest loan agencies could leave more Angelenos digging deeper into their pockets.
Animal lovers around the Southland applauded a City Council vote to outlaw the sale of live animals on the streets of Los Angeles.
If the latest property assessments are any indication, there could be a glimmer of hope for the Southland’s housing market.
The latest data translates to 1 in 30 Riverside County households in some stage of foreclosure.
While many lawmakers expect an estimated $200 million windfall from firms that maintain a “physical presence” in California, former State Senator George Runner is not one of them.