Health officials in Orange County are working on a plan to hand out cleanliness ratings to local restaurants utilizing letter grades.
California lawmakers say President Barack Obama’s recommendation to spend $5 million next year on an early earthquake warning system for the West Coast represents a significant breakthrough.
Special door locks, which can be operated remotely by somebody inside if an intruder is threatening people on campus, were donated to Valley Vista Continuation High School’s Fountain Valley campus Tuesday.
For millions of Angelenos, the politician believes it could be the difference between life and death when “the big one” hits.
Doctors say a groundbreaking stem cell therapy treatment out of UCLA may have cured “Bubble Baby” syndrome once and for all.
The Los Angeles Unified school district has cut ties with a contractor that provided services connected with student information system that has caused headaches for school administrators district-wide, officials said Thursday.
For the first time ever, federal regulators are expected to respond directly to public complaints about helicopter noise throughout Los Angeles County.
Living in Southern California, we all know that a damaging, possibly deadly, earthquake could happen at any time.
Heavy rains – remnants of Hurricane Norbert – triggered a flash flood emergency in and around parts of the city, even wiping away entire sections of I-15.
District officials say they will move ahead with plans to launch a new computer system when students return for the new school year Tuesday.
Metro officials were scheduled Thursday to vote on a proposal for a light rail system that would connect the San Fernando and San Gabriel Valleys.
Lawmakers Wednesday unveiled a joint effort to reduce hit-and-run crimes with an Amber Alert-style system to help authorities apprehend those who flee the scene of a traffic collision.
A San Fernando Valley lawmaker is among several members of Congress calling for funding of an early warning system that could alert residents before an earthquake hits.
Customers with the Department of Water & Power can expect shorter wait times while calling about billing issues even as the utility continues to work toward improved services, officials said Wednesday.
The Hollywood Bowl is making it easier for guests to “know where to go.”