SoCal Drivers May Soon Pay Upwards Of $4 Per Gallon Of Gas Following Saudi Refinery AttackThe average price of gas in Los Angeles jumped three cents Wednesday to $3.85 per gallon and was expected to pass the $4 mark in the next few days
SoCal Home Sales Reach 11-Year LowThe days of soaring prices may be over for now.
Strong Winds Whip Through SoCal, Leaving A Mess For Homeowners As More Wind Warnings LoomCold winds ripped through Southern California Monday night, knocking down trees in some areas and causing quite a mess in others.
SoCal Restaurants Dominate Yelp's Top 100 ListSouthern California has 25 of the 100 highest-rated restaurants on Yelp in this year's rankings.
Leaders Ask SoCal Communities To Peacefully Speak Out Against Hate Speakers at an interfaith rally in South L.A. spoke out against hate in America with blunt condemnation of recent violence.
New Infrared Footage Shows Methane Spewing From Porter Ranch Gas LeakA new online video has allegedly captured footage of potentially hazardous methane gases escaping from a natural gas leak in the San Fernando Valley.
OC Company Helps Homeowners Save Water By Purifying PoolsNow one Orange County company is helping homeowners save water through a special process usually reserved for purifying drinking water.
Perris Man Ordered To Stand Trial For 3 Random KillingsA Riverside County judge ruled Friday there's enough evidence to try David Rey Contreras of Perris for murder with sentence enhancements that make him eligible for the death penalty.
Heavy Marine Layer Turns Southern California DampFog, drizzle and some rain have turned the region very damp Saturday morning under what the National Weather Service says is a typical June cloud pattern over the coasts and valleys.
Techies Snatching Up More Real Estate In Southern CaliforniaWhile the mega rich from Silicon Valley have made headlines for their purchases of extravagant Los Angeles homes, the city has become increasingly appealing to a trove of angel investors and start-up entrepreneurs as well.
It Feels Like Summer In Los Angeles, As Temperatures SoarA slow-moving ridge of high pressure has ushered in summer-like temperatures to Southern California, sending droves of people to the Pacific coast for a dip and prompting Los Angeles Marathon organizers to schedule an early start.