Officials have quarantined an 88-square mile area of central Los Angeles. They are releasing 250,000 flies per mile every week until the infestation is over.
Ever wanted to buy part of a nuclear power plant? This week is your chance, as Southern California Edison holds an auction to sell off parts of San Onofre.
California's strategy for reducing its prison population involves shifting more responsibility for recurring and ex-offenders on local communities.
California's Santa Catalina Island will add a new museum, hotel, spa and wine-tasting room in an effort to lure more visitors from the mainland.
Yasiel Puig and Paul Goldschmidt hadn't left the stadium before workers began dismantling what was quite an impressive place to play baseball.
A popular trail head to the Hollywood Sign will be closed for more than a month so that crews can install a new gate to prevent trespassers at night.
California's largest firefighting agency is one step closer to relocating its Southern California home base in an effort to better dispatch resources during wildfires.
Officials at the Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center say they could lose 8 percent of their personnel as part of the expected drawdown of troops in Afghanistan.
Edison International says in a filing that it's meeting with state regulators March 27 to talk about a settlement deal on costs for the closed San Onofre nuclear plant.
This year, Beverly Hills celebrates 100 years of cityhood. But how did Beverly Hills get to be the upscale paradise it is today?
The dog, a 7-year-old German shepherd named Bruno, was shot while assisting in a search for two suspects who had fled from officers.
Several stations have posted video, photos and messages to their social media accounts in a bid to boost their votes as the competition heats up.
A California court has cleared the way for a massive housing development in the Santa Clarita Valley.
A Sherman Oaks man has been charged with one felony count each of animal cruelty and animal neglect, and one misdemeanor count of petty theft of a dog.
The SCA 5 episode demonstrates that Chinese-Americans, despite the majority being foreign-born, have reached a level of political maturity where they can marshal forces statewide quickly, and deftly apply political pressure.
As much of California remains in a state of extreme drought, worried eyes are turning toward the coming fire season — which is expected to be particularly destructive.