UC Study Finds $2.7 Billion Drained From Calif. Economy During DroughtA statewide drought has drained $2.7 billion from California's economy, University of California researchers announced Tuesday.
USC Study Finds Hollywood Films Still Skewing White, MaleIs Hollywood falling behind when it comes to racial and gender diversity?
Study: California Drivers Using Cellphones More OftenA study released Tuesday reported that 9.2 percent of drivers were using phones to talk, text or otherwise take away their attention during observations earlier this year.
Commuting Stresses Women More Than Men, Study FindsThe grind of a daily commute is a pain a lot of Southern California residents experience, but it turns out women feel the frustration more than men.
Research Finds Extreme Morning Sickness Can Harm BabyThe Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, has spoken publicly about suffering from the condition during both her pregnancies.
Study: Summer Is The Least Healthy Time For ChildrenA new study released Thursday revealed that summer is the least healthy time for children.
'The Big One' Could Trigger More Large Quakes On Nearby Faults, Study FindsResearchers also determined that quake faults can stop moving for thousands of years. However, at some point, the pent-up energy stored in rocks will release in a series of sizable earthquakes.
U.S. Census Study: Women Make More Than Men In InglewoodA recent study put out by the U.S. Census Bureau revealed that women make significantly more than men here in Southern California.
Study Confirms Traffic Is Getting Worse In Los AngelesA study confirms . . . once again, that traffic is getting worse in Los Angeles.
UC Berkeley Study: $15.25 Minimum Wage Would Raise Quality Of Life For 600K AngelenosA proposal to hike the minimum wage in Los Angeles to $15.25 per hour by 2019 would have more benefits than drawbacks, according to UC Berkeley report.
Alanis Morissette Takes To The Stage To Help Brain Scientists -- Isn't It Iconic?"Heaven forbid rock stars have brains," Morissette said.
Children In Southern California Breathing Easier, Study SaysSmog-covered mountains, gritty sidewalks, smelly fumes from traffic-choked freeways. Los Angeles was a tough place to breathe several decades ago but a study shows how much that has changed, especially for the region's youngest residents.