Why Are California Gas Prices So High? Gov. Newsom Launches Investigation To Find OutCurrently, the state's average cost for gas is $4.14 per gallon while the national average is $2.65 per gallon.
LADOT To Begin First-Ever Count Of Pedestrians, Bicyclists On City StreetsThe Los Angeles Department of Transportation was set to begin its first-ever count of people who walk and bike on the city's streets Friday.
Los Angeles Zoo Welcomes New Baby GiraffeA Masai giraffe calf was born Oct. 5 to mother Hasina and father Philip. The unnamed baby giraffe entered the world at a whopping 6 feet and 6 inches and 138 pounds.
LAPD Detectives Identify Third Victim Of Sexual Assault Suspect Who Posed As DriverThe third assault may have occurred in the early hours of Jan. 16, 2019, according to an updated statement from the LAPD released Thursday. Detectives believe there may be many more unidentified victims.
Ridgecrest Quakes Linked To New Movement Along California Fault Capable Of 8.0 QuakeWhen the Ridgecrest earthquakes rocked Southern California this past summer, scientists said a fault capable of producing an 8.0-magnitude quake began sliding.
1 Dead Of Gunshot Wounds In Downtown LA High Rise, Police InvestigatingPolice locked down a downtown residential building and surrounding streets Thursday night while they investigated a deadly shooting.
Garcetti Announces $1.5M Program To Help Homeless Women Living On Skid RowLos Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti announced a new $1.5 million trauma-assistance pilot program Wednesday to help 100 homeless women living on Skid Row.
Water In LA Receives C+ Grade While 60 Percent Continues To Come From Outside RegionThe report included a C+ grade for water supply and consumption even though 60 percent of the water in L.A. County comes from outside of the region.
Homeless Encampments, Overflowing Trash Keeping Customers From Coming To Van NuysBusiness owners say they are fed up with the growing number of homeless encampments and the trash that they are bringing with them.
LeBron James On Daryl Morey's Tweet Supporting Hong Kong Protesters: 'He Wasn't Educated On The Situation'LeBron James has dribbled into the standoff between the NBA and China, calling the comments from Houston Rockets General Manager Daryl Morey “not really educated” before Monday night’s preseason game against Golden State Warriors.
CHP: Passenger Fighting In Uber Jumped Freeway Divider, Was Fatally Struck By Patrol VehiclePolice say a passenger in an Uber who had been fighting with another passenger jumped the freeway divider was killed in a crash involving the California Highway Patrol officer that was responding to the fight.
Los Angeles Marks Indigenous Peoples DayGovernment offices, libraries and most banks closed Monday. There will also be no mail delivery. The one exception is Pasadena, where the main library will be open.
Most Schools Forced To Close By Saddle Ridge Fire Back Open Today; Granada Hills Charter High To Remain ClosedSeveral schools in the areas in the immediate area shut down Friday at the height of the fire, but they are scheduled to resume regular classes Monday morning.
1 Dead, Dozens Of Homes Destroyed By Saddle Ridge Fire In Porter Ranch; 100K FleeFire officials say the Saddle Ridge Fire has grown to 4,700 acres as of daybreak Friday, after initially being reported as a 1-acre blaze at 9 p.m. Thursday. One man has died of a heart attack amid the wildfire, which damaged 25 homes.
Smoke Advisory Issued As 4 Wildfires Burn In Los Angeles, Riverside CountiesWith four wildfires burning in Los Angeles and Riverside counties, a smoke advisory was issued Friday by the South Coast Air Quality Management District.