Environment / Science
Mayor Villaraigosa and Port of L.A. officials announced plans for the 28-acre campus — situated at the Port of L.A.'s City Dock No. 1.Add your comments
A judge has ruled that a battery recycling plant in Vernon can reopen despite being closed by the state as a public health threat.
Eight candidates — half of them women — were chosen from among 6,000 applicants, the second largest pool in history, according to NASA.
A UCLA used global climate models to project huge drops in the LA region’s snowfall on low-elevation mountains within 30 years, whether humans cut carbon or not.
The Supreme Court's opinion won't end the Clean Trucks Program, but it won't make LA's model for cleaning up air pollution seem attractive to other public ports.
The port tried to restrict the types of trucks that can haul goods at its terminals, but justices struck down part of the Clean Trucks Program. Read the whole decision here.
In a hangar at Vandenberg Air Force Base, a solar observatory named IRIS is preparing for launch.
The Public Utilities Commission is set to decide in July whether Edison should place high-voltage transmission lines underground through part of Chino Hills.
Norway has given companies new licenses to explore and drill for oil and gas off its coast, mainly in the Barents Sea in the Arctic region.
The devil-may-care bears of the San Gabriel Mountains: "It's not a bear problem, it's a people problem." (BLACK BEAR SAFETY TIPS)
Exide Technologies' stock has dropped to pennies over the last year as declining scrap metal values, tough competition and regulatory troubles battered the company.
Six months in to the LA Department of Water and Power’s “feed-in tariff” solar power program, the jury’s still out about whether the program’s working.
The Natural Resources Defense Council and the City of Long Beach long threatened suits over the BNSF-backed project. Air regulators have now filed a complaint too.
The Natural History Museum will unveil their new Nature Gardens and learning lab this weekend. It is part of the museum's 100th anniversary celebration.
Researchers at the University of California, Davis are testing the use of small unmanned helicopters for pesticide spraying at farms and vineyards.