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Angelenos spend five times more energy looking for parking, according to Inrix, a transportation analytics company. Time, fuel and emissions cost drivers $1,785 per person per year.
The popular beach-bound line has surpassed its projected ridership for 2030, but Metro can't add much more capacity to sustain ridership growth.
In need of more votes, Senate leaders have produced a new bill that offers billions more in opioid epidemic assistance but it keeps proposed cuts to Medicaid spending.
We recently invited KPCC listeners to let us know what piques their curiosity when it comes to the beach, and now it’s time to vote.
The National Council of La Raza announced that it was changing its name to UnidosUS, dropping a word that has deep roots but may have hurt the organization.
Phil Washington discusses a bus system overhaul, alternate routes to the 710 Freeway extension, bike sharing in Pasadena and how the agency is looking into a micro-transit service.
Traditional Asian greens like crisp daikon roots for pickling are an integral part of Asian-American cultural identity. A nonprofit is helping small farmers meet high demand in Los Angeles.
Counties' overly stringent and varied GPS tracking policies are cycling California juvenile offenders back behind bars for minor infractions, according to a new report.
Jim Bush, who guided UCLA to five NCAA track and field championships during his 20 years coaching the Bruins, has died. He was 90.
The four female L.A. County supervisors wore Wonder Woman headbands as they pressed the county fire chief on why only 45 of his department's 2,866 employees are women.
Los Angeles and Paris can agree a deal to be named Olympic host cities in September, after the IOC decided Tuesday it can award both the 2024 and 2028 Summer Games rights at the same time.
Back injuries, slips and falls are extremely common among child care workers — creating a ripple effect of problems for the workers and the families they assist.
Rip currents and large waves led to nearly 1,200 rescues at Southern California beaches over the weekend, and the danger will remain for the next few days.
Thunderstorms were dropping water over Mt. Pinos and Frazier Park in northern central areas of the county.
Los Angeles’ Olympic delegation arrived in Lausanne, Switzerland, Sunday, to prepare for a presentation to the International Olympic Committee on Tuesday.