Thursday, March 21, 2019

Is LA Waiting Too Long To Help The Newly Homeless?  A New Report Says Yes

Is LA Waiting Too Long To Help The Newly Homeless? A New Report Says Yes

Nearly 11,000 people are newly homeless every month in L.A. County, according to a new report. While a majority find a new home on their own, others join the long-term homeless. Is there a better way? more ›

You Broke The Flowers And Now You Have To Pay $10 To See Them

You Broke The Flowers And Now You Have To Pay $10 To See Them

Lake Elsinore is implementing shuttle service and closing some roads. more ›

How USC's New President Will Use Her Science Cred To Deal With The University's Many, Many Scandals

How USC's New President Will Use Her Science Cred To Deal With The University's Many, Many Scandals

"When I come here, I'm going to do what a scientist does. I'm gathering facts so I can make informed decisions, and we'll make the decisions when we have the right information." more ›

Another Traveler With Measles Entered LA Through LAX

Another Traveler With Measles Entered LA Through LAX

The individual was in LAX's Terminal 7 for two-and-a-half hours, and the next day was at an Enterprise Rent-A-Car in Santa Monica for five hours. more ›

Sparkling Water Brackets 2019! Vote Now!

Sparkling Water Brackets 2019! Vote Now!

It's our version of March Madness. You decide which flavor triumphs in this proverbial octagon of taste. more ›

New Battle Looms Over The Most Volatile Issue In Policing: When Should Cops Shoot?

New Battle Looms Over The Most Volatile Issue In Policing: When Should Cops Shoot?

A bill to curtail police officers' ability to legally use deadly force has been reintroduced in Sacramento. Police unions are fighting it while also backing a bill that would maintain the current force standard while increasing training. more ›

That Flaming 'Meteor' Over Downtown LA Was Just A Publicity Stunt, Because 2019

That Flaming 'Meteor' Over Downtown LA Was Just A Publicity Stunt, Because 2019

A widespread advance announcement about the stunt would have been nice, but scaring and confusing people -- and trending on Twitter -- probably gets more attention. more ›

25 Of The Best Events Happening In Southern California This Weekend

25 Of The Best Events Happening In Southern California This Weekend

Yoko Ono. Dee Dee Bridgewater. Persian new year. A major pie festival. Works by Latina choreographers. A new comedy and music festival to honor the troops. more ›

Wednesday, March 20, 2019

A Big Earthquake Could Cause Another Gas Leak Near Porter Ranch

A Big Earthquake Could Cause Another Gas Leak Near Porter Ranch

A magnitude 6.5 or above earthquake on the Santa Susana Fault could cause natural gas to escape from wells. more ›

Flight Simulator For Pilots Who Fight SoCal Wildfires Might Be Delayed -- To Pay For Trump's Border Wall

Flight Simulator For Pilots Who Fight SoCal Wildfires Might Be Delayed -- To Pay For Trump's Border Wall

Right now, pilots have to travel to the East Coast to train on the C-130J. An $8 million simulator located at the Channel Islands Air National Guard Station would change that. But the funding is now in doubt. more ›

USC Names Dr. Carol Lynn Folt As Its New President

USC Names Dr. Carol Lynn Folt As Its New President

Folt previously served as the chancellor of the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. more ›

California Community Colleges' Big Plan To Help More Students Succeed Is Off To A Slow Start

California Community Colleges' Big Plan To Help More Students Succeed Is Off To A Slow Start

In the 2017-2018 academic year, the number of students earning degrees increased by less than one percent, and the system saw just a three percent rise in transfers to UC and Cal State schools. more ›