After a promise of big new spending on homelessness, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti has released his proposed $9.9 billion budget for the upcoming fiscal year.
The number of voters in an NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll who say a candidate's position on gun policy will be a major factor in deciding whom to vote for has dropped 13 points since February.
With the June primary approaching, there is a fight underway for the identity of the California Republican Party.
The "Supporters Section" in the L.A. Football Club's new stadium in Exposition Park is designed to fit the demands of diehard enthusiasts. (They don't want to be called "fans.")
The region's transit agency worries The Boring Company's tunnel could interfere with its plans to build a subway under Sepulveda Boulevard.
The American Lung Association released its annual "State of the Air" report Wednesday, and the Golden State gets plenty of mentions — but not in a good way.
Brown said 400 members of the Cal Guard will begin deploying before the end of the month to combat crimes like drug smuggling — not immigration enforcement. And the order's happening without a Trump administration sign-off.
The tiny Orange County city has become the epicenter of the three-way fight over immigration among local, state and federal officials.
Tight budgets aren’t new in schools, but how teachers pay for their supplies continues to evolve. KPCC’s arts education reporter Carla Javier is looking into this, and we're turning to you for your insights.