South Coast Air Quality Management District
The South Coast Air Quality Management District filed a lawsuit in Los Angeles Superior Court Thursday against Exide Technologies.
An urban oil field blamed for causing chronic respiratory illnesses and nosebleeds in a South Los Angeles neighborhood will be modified to prevent leaks and decrease pollution.
The Ford model is on display at the AltCar Expo in Santa Monica, along with hydrogen fuel cell and electric cars.
The South Coast Air Quality Management District Friday approved a plan to allow fire pits along Southland beaches, although certain restrictions will be in effect.
A proposed air quality regulation that would prohibit beach bonfires is being opposed by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors.
Orange County residents gathered Friday to participate in an ongoing debate about a Southern California tradition—beach bonfires.
Preliminary testing released Wednesday by regional air quality officials found that smoke from the beach bonfires that dot the Southern California coastline pollutes the air in nearby neighborhoods and on the beaches themselves.
The Orange County Board of Supervisors Tuesday passed a symbolic resolution on a proposed ban against fire pits.
Huntington Beach and Newport Beach officials expressed their opposing arguments to the South Coast Air Quality Management District officials in a 9 a.m. meeting.
San Gabriel Valley residents have been noticing a mysterious black dust blanketing their neighborhoods for the past two days.
A UC Riverside study found that commercially cooked hamburgers cause more air pollution than diesel trucks.
Air quality investigators have confirmed that a foul stench that stretched across Southern California came from the Salton Sea.
A federal lawsuit says the Environmental Protection Agency failed to force officials to crack down on Los Angeles smog.
Southern California’s anti-smog agency overwhelmingly approved a controversial plan that would allow companies to pollute by purchasing emission credits.
The governing board for Southern California’s anti-smog agency is expected to consider a plan that would allow companies to pollute by purchasing emission credits.