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Our list this weekend includes a watermelon festival, a world-class surfing competition and a Japanese Obon celebration.
Sprawling, grassy estates require a lot of maintenance. Who will take on the task once the last grave is full? KPCC journalists dig in to answer the question.
A group of parents in a town near San Bernardino opposes a plan to build a warehouse near the local elementary school, fearful of the health effects from truck exhaust.
It's not quite as epic as Carmageddon but the closures on one of the country's busiest freeways are sure to inconvenience some drivers.
The U.S. Department of Justice announced new conditions for law enforcement grants that tie funding to immigration enforcement.
An expert told federal agents "that if someone had been bitten by one of the cobras, they likely would have died as there is not a ready source of anti-venom" nearby.
The female Masai giraffe born July 11 made its public debut Wednesday. Still without a name, the giraffe already stands about 6 feet tall and weighs 156 pounds.
LA County officials head to a conference this week where hackers will help test out different security measures to voting systems and voter databases.
Got a neighbor that's a nuisance? We've got some good advice.
Pastor Noe Carias Mayorga, once a low priority for deportation under the Obama administration, finds he's no longer that under President Trump's immigration enforcement.
Trains will begin passing through the $313 million project in a couple of weeks, alleviating congestion for motorists — and wear-and-tear on the mission.
Dozens of firefighters aided by fixed-wing aircraft responded to a fire near Live Oak Canyon in La Verne late Sunday afternoon. Police issued voluntary evacuations for nearby residents.
Traffic was diverted and pavement buckled but no major damage was reported from the main break around 6:30 a.m. Sunday.
The Los Angeles Fire Department is hosting a Girls Camp this weekend in hopes of cultivating more interest in firefighting as a career for women.
The wildfire that has scorched 117.5 square miles threatened at least 1,500 homes and forced almost 5,000 people to evacuate.