Businesses Concerned About Proposed Light Rail FacilityMost people would be happy to hear about a Metro light rail line coming to their community. But not everyone in a San Fernando Valley city is smiling about it. Lisa Sigell reports.
Criminals Targeting Granada Hills Businesses?Are Granada Hills businesses being targeted by criminals?
Businesses Near LA Memorial Coliseum Brace For Return Of Rams To LAWhile some feel having an NFL team will score business, others feel it’ll hurt the bottom line.
Vandals Shoot Out Dozens Of Vehicle, Business Windows In Long Beach And LakewoodPolice Tuesday were trying to find the suspects responsible for vandalizing the windows of dozens of vehicles and businesses in Long Beach and Lakewood.
Signatures Submitted To Fight California Bag BanIf the referendum qualifies, the nation's first statewide ban on single-use plastic bags will be suspended until voters weigh in, effectively buying plastic bag manufacturers more time.
New Website Helps Women Build Businesses While Benefiting Good CausesCBS2's Stephanie Simmons reports Marta Ferro and Ann Lawrence are leveraging female purchasing power with their new site Pink51.com.
Calif. Data Breaches Hit 21.3 Million AccountsCalifornia businesses and government agencies have experienced 300 separate data breaches exposing the personal information of more than 20 million customer accounts during the past two years
Jurupa Valley Man Accused In Series Of RobberiesA man suspected in a series of robberies in the cities of Riverside and Jurupa Valley has been arrested, authorities said Saturday.
City Council Cuts Fees Businesses Are Required To Pay For Sidewalk DiningThe Los Angeles City Council voted Wednesday to decrease the fees businesses are required to pay to offer sidewalk dining in downtown’s historic core area.
Metro To Meet South LA Businesses, Individuals At Business Opportunities SummitSmall, minority and women-owned businesses and individuals will meet with Metro executives Monday.
Monterey Park City Council Wants All Businesses To Have At Least 1 Sign In ‘Modern Latin’The Monterey Park City Council has proposed that all businesses and eateries in the city, where 67 percent of the population is of Asian descent, have at least one sign in the “modern Latin alphabet.”
Businesses, Streets Reopen After Gas Line RuptureAuthorities Sunday said a gas line rupture in Pasadena forced the evacuation of apartments and adjoining businesses for several hours.