San Gabriel Valley
Gov. Jerry Brown wants Washington to help families and businesses fix damage from last month’s windstorm in Southern California.
The storm has proved to be a financial windfall for several local repair shops in Pasadena.
Covina police might have pricey property that belongs to you.
The utility is on the defensive in the wake of a devastating wind storm that has left thousands still in the dark.
Power remained out for some 77,000 Southern California Edison customers Saturday, and SCE warned that some of those people may face extended waits for electric service repairs.
Reported hate crimes in Los Angeles County fell by 28 percent in 2010 to the lowest level in 21 years, according to the county Commission on Human Relations’ annual report released Thursday.
Federal authorities raided Los Angeles-area pharmacies Thursday, arresting 16 people in an alleged $18 million scheme to defraud Medicare that included the recruitment of veterans, homeless people, the poor and elderly.
California Governor Jerry Brown signed into law Friday a bill that specifically exempts officials of a San Gabriel Valley light-rail project from another state law that prohibits them from holding numerous public offices with interests that could conflict.
An aggressive species of mosquito responsible for outbreaks of dengue virus in Florida, Hawaii and Texas has been found in El Monte, officials said Tuesday.
Three dozen kids and some parents held a rally Saturday in support of Kelvin McFarland, founder of the Family 1st Growth Camp.
Authorities have found a large marijuana growing operation worth $2 million in three San Gabriel Valley warehouses worth.
Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies have arrested two people and seized hundreds of marijuana plants with an estimated street value of $2.5 million in the San Gabriel Valley.
One official said the economy is making the spread of the disease worse due to an abundance of dirty swimming pools in abandoned homes.
If you’re anywhere near Azusa Avenue in Covina, you might want to think twice before pulling into the nearest gas station.
One environmental activists said last week’s tear-down looked “like a scene from Avatar,” the 3-D movie in which humans destroy trees to recover a valuable mineral.