Environment / Science
Honda's line of Accords has won the 2014 "Green Car of the Year" award from an auto industry magazine. The announcement came Thursday at the Los Angeles Auto Show.
Sen. Barbara Boxer says federal regulators might be improperly withholding records on the now-closed San Onofre nuclear power plant.
It may be rainy in Southern California today, but NOAA climate scientists say even average precipitation this winter won't be enough to reverse the state's continuing drought conditions.
Close to average temperatures in the eastern Pacific Ocean mean it's just as likely Southern California will have a dry winter as a wet one.
Typhoon Haiyan, like many disasters that preceded it, created a critical shortage of gasoline. One Riverside group has made it its mission to provide free gas.
The California Department of Water Resources on Wednesday announced one of the smallest initial allocations of water from state-run reservoirs.
Off-Ramp host John Rabe talks with half of the Mythbusters, Adam Savage, about fire drills, science education and injecting hot pepper under his skin.
Researchers unveil a prototype they hope can scale up in as little as three years.
When the "invisible" helmet detects specific jerks and jags, the air bag deploys, sending out a head-hugging hood in a tenth of a second.
The MAVEN satellite launched Monday and will probe whether solar winds have been slowly chipping away at Mars' atmosphere. Watch the launch live.
About 50 people gathered at the headquarters of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power Saturday to discuss a proposed solar ranch in the Owens Valley near Manzanar, a former Japanese-American Internment camp during World War 2 .
Drinking water in Los Angeles gets high marks. But new federal regulations are requiring expensive changes to L.A.’s water storage system.
Residents say noxious fumes are causing them respiratory ailments, headaches, nausea and nosebleeds.
A large array of solar panels the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power is proposing for the floor of the Owens Valley will get a public meeting in downtown Los Angeles on Saturday.
Several videos on YouTube show visitors diving from 50-foot-high cliffs into water that ranges in spots from 12 to 15 feet deep. A teen's death last week was only the latest.
Haiyan is being described as a "super storm." Several factors led to its powerful rains and wind.