'Blue Moon' Graces Skies In SoCalScientists explained the next Blue Moon will occur in 2018.
Satellite Images Show Why This Year's Predicted El Niño Could Be One Of Strongest In YearsThere is growing evidence that California could soon see one of the strongest El Niño events ever this winter – one that could put a dent in the state’s historic drought.
Where The Jobs Are: City Of Hope Offers Perks -- And A Purpose Employees of the City of Hope Hospital know the perks and benefits are many.
Scientists Dig For Fossils In LA A Century Later Scientists are still digging for Ice Age fossils in the heart of Los Angeles after a century of discoveries. So much has been uncovered from the La Brea Tar Pits that crews have a backlog of bones to clean and sort through.
NASA Declares End To Deep Impact Comet MissionA spacecraft that gave scientists their first peek into a comet's icy interior will explore no more, NASA said Friday.
NOAA Assembles Team To Investigate Ailing Sea Lion PupsRadiation from Japan’s nuclear disaster is being looked at as one possible cause for what some experts are declaring an "unusual mortality event" after hundreds of ailing sea lion pups washed ashore in Southern California.
Gov. Brown To Visit NASA Lab In Pasadena Responsible For Curiosity RoverGov. Jerry Brown is planning to visit the Jet Propulsion Laboratory scientists responsible for the successful mission to land the rover Curiosity on Mars.
British Scientists Name Hairy Crabs After David HasselhoffBritish scientists have named a new species of crab after actor David Hasselhoff. The crab, which can be found in a deep sea vent in the Antarctic Ocean, has a hairy chest like former “Baywatch” star.
Charity Donates Albacore Tuna Used For Gov't Research To Needy Families A Southland charity defended its decision Monday to give away fish that had been previously used in government testing to feed those in need.
67-Foot Whale Found Dead On SoCal Beach May Help ScientistsA dead whale that washed ashore a Southland beach a week ago may help scientists uncover new information about the ocean's ecosystem.
Earthquake Prediction Still Stymies ScientistsDespite years of research, scientists still cannot predict when the next earthquake will strike.
Japan's Great Quake Helps Scientists Plan For FutureFriday's magnitude-8.9 earthquake in Japan was so powerful it shifted the Earth on its axis and slightly shortened the length of a day.