The Hollywood Bowl is making it easier for guests to “know where to go.”
An earthquake warning system aimed at protecting the Southland will get a much-needed financial boost Friday.
Emerging technology could soon change the way the government communicates with the public during an emergency.
A San Fernando Valley lawmaker Monday announced plans to create a statewide earthquake warning system in California.
Pink slips are being handed out to over 150 employees even as hundreds more may lose a huge chunk of their paycheck.
Will it take another disaster like the 1994 Northridge earthquake to strengthen financing for a statewide earthquake warning system?
Chief Brian Cummings wants Angelenos to rest assured that the majority of the fire department’s technological glitches have been fixed.
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputies are getting some high-tech equipment for their patrol cars.
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano says the color-coded terror alert system will be replaced next week by two warnings: elevated and imminent.
The Los Angeles Unified School District changing the way it ranks students and teachers.
Imagine being alerted by cell phone that the ground under your feet will start shaking in 30 seconds.
The software giant has made its latest entry in the smart phone arena. The question is, will shoppers care?