Police are still searching for Tobias Summers, the prime suspect in last week's kidnap and sexual assault of a 10-year-old girl in Northridge. They have arrested Daniel Martinez as an accomplice, charging him with kidnapping and robbery. Detectives think Summers may be in San Diego, and this case has turned up the heat on the state's prison realignment program. KPCC's Rina Palta and Erika Aguilar report
Fracking has been going on for decades, but here in Southern California, we don't really know a lot of about where and when its taking place. Or what kind of chemicals are being used in the process. But the state is considering new guidelines change that.
The street food scene in LA is a vibrant and varied world, but if you need some guidance navigating it there's no one better to turn to than Bill Esparza, who writes the Vitamina T column for LA magazine and blogs on his own at Street Gourmet LA.
The Affordable Care Act will provide insurance to millions of low-income people who currently don't have it. But undocumented workers - even those on the path to citizenship - won't be guaranteed any federal health benefits, which critics worry could create a sub-class of uninsured.
We played some scathing reviews written by legendary film critic Roger Ebert and asked you to hazard a guess about what films inspired such harsh critiques. Here are the questions, answers at the bottom of the page!