Fewer Angelenos Appear To Be Traveling By Air As Some Take The RiskThe American Aviation Association estimates that up to 50 million people will travel during this year's holiday, despite those expert warnings.
'Likely To Set A Record Low': AAA Cancels Memorial Day Travel Forecast For First Time In 20 YearsAs with everything else this year, AAA’s Memorial Day forecast was canceled for the first time in 20 years because of the COVID-19 crisis.
AAA Offers 'Tow-To-Go Program' To Keep You Safe This New Year's EveAAA is reminding everyone to stay safe this New Year's Eve with their Holiday Tow-to-Go Program.
Death Toll From Crashes Caused By Red-Light Runners At 10-Year HighThe latest figures show that 939 people were killed in 2017 by vehicles that had run through a red light. That is the highest death toll from such crashes since 2008.
Gas Prices Up Ahead Of Memorial Day WeekendThe upcoming holiday weekend doesn't mean a holiday from rising gas prices. Craig Herrera reports.
Drowsy Driving Crashes Much More Prevalent, Study FindsNearly one in 10 crashes is caused by drowsiness, researchers discovered, a rate eight times higher than federal estimates.
Study: Young Millennials Are The Worst-Behaved DriversA new study shows that young millennials are the worst-behaved drivers on the road.
AAA Flooded With Calls About Insurance Claims In Wake Of Recent Storms"Since the rain started Thursday of last week, we've received over a thousand calls for claims," said Jeffrey Spring, the AAA's public relations manager.
Study: Americans Wasted Billions Of Dollars On Premium Gasoline Last YearAAA says drivers wasted more than $2.1 billion in 2015 by spending extra money on premium gasoline for vehicles that are equipped to run on regular fuel.
Study Links Recreational Marijuana Use To Alarming Increase In Fatal Crashes In States That Have Legalized PotA new study links recreational marijuana use to an alarming increase in fatal traffic crashes in states that have legalized pot.
Homeowners Assess Tree Damage After Strong Winds Lash SouthlandHomeowners throughout the Southland on Tuesday were assessing damage to their property a day after strong winds uprooted trees and knocked down power line.