In Wake Of Weinstein, Men Wonder If Hugging Women Still OKThe sexual misconduct allegations that have brought down powerful men in Hollywood, media, politics and business are sending a shiver through the workplace.
Will Sex Abuse Scandals Change Workplace?The sex abuse scandals are bombarding several industries as women decide to speak out, saying they've had enough. But will it trigger a much-needed sea change in the workplace?
2 Women On The Run After Violent Bank Robbery In North HillsTwo women robbed a bank in North Hills Friday and were on the run Friday night.
Best Blow Dry Bars In Orange CountyGet that “finished” look without the long term commitment you have with your own personal hair stylist at these top blow dry bars in Orange County.
'We Want to Smell Like Chanel, Not Cannabis:' L.A. Woman Launches Odor-Controlled 'Pot Purses'Jeanine Moss left her executive job in New York and moved back to Los Angeles to focus on the line of luxury handbags and accessories she calls Annabis.
Women Wear Red To Raise Awareness About Heart DiseaseHeart disease is the leading killer of women, according to the American Heart Association.
Women Fight Infections Better? Study Finds 'Man Flu' Really May Exist, Thanks To EstrogenA new study suggests estrogen helps women fight infection better.
Several People Detained In Murder of 2 Women Whose Bodies Found In Montecito HeightsPolice searched three homes in a Montecito Heights neighborhood Thursday and detained three to five people for questioning in the deaths of two young women, whose bodies were found in a park two weeks ago.
Group Of Local Female Catholics Question Women's Role In The ChurchJennifer O'Malley is just one of many women who respect Pope Francis, but feel that something is missing around him.
Women Are Playing Fantasy Football Now More Than EverThe NFL season kicks off tonight, and there will be plenty of men cheering on their favorite team, but there is one fan base that's growing in popularity: women.
CDPH: Syphilis Cases On The Rise Among Women In SoCalMost of the cases have been reported within Los Angeles County and the Central Valley.
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.