It’s virtually unheard of anywhere but here – and Sierra Madre residents are proud to say they drink tap water.
Killer whale trainers may be out of the water for good at SeaWorld after a judge ruled the park must protect its employees from any future accidents.
An experimental rooftop unit could soon turn the sun into a cheaper way to keep your home cool during the summer months.
The drive between the San Fernando Valley and Beverly Hills is about to get very ugly for the next 10 months.
Instead of having a birthday party, a 13-year-old girl has enlisted friends to carry jugs of water in Studio City to raise awareness and money for African water crisis.
Department of Water and Power officials are conducting an audit of the Los Angeles Unified School District’s huge electricity bill.
An operation to rescue a grey whale entangled in a net off the coast of San Clemente has been suspended for the night.
Corinne Dobbas visited the KCAL9 studios Wednesday afternoon to give viewers tips on cleansing.
A musty taste and odor to the tap water in four Southern California counties originally projected to last only a few weeks has persisted for six months now.
A sharp rise in water rates has spawned allegations of a “shadow government” by a San Diego County official.
Just when it looked like it was going to be a year without winter, a storm system brought at least six feet of snow to the Sierras this week.
The cancer-causing chemical made infamous in a Hollywood blockbuster is now the focus of a widening EPA investigation in the San Fernando Valley.
Water main breaks are something people are all too familiar with here along Ventura Boulevard.
The cold weather has doubled the number of water main breaks the city has had to fix over the last week.
It may not have been the most storied body of water in Los Angeles, but the lake in Echo Park certainly had its share of underwater stories to tell.