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Milken Institute conference brings together billionaires, politicians, celebrities and "fearless girl"
The #MeToo movement has sparked discussions among the financial elites, politicians and celebrities rubbing elbows in Beverly Hills for this year's Milken Global Conference.
Los Angeles may have ended its boycott against Arizona, but it continues to restrict business with North Carolina and Mississippi.
After a promise of big new spending on homelessness, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti has released his proposed $9.9 billion budget for the upcoming fiscal year.
Because of the Republicans' tax overhaul, thousands of local households paid their property taxes earlier than they needed to.
A California law professor says employers within the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals just lost one of their go-to defenses for paying women less than men.
Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman held a summit in Beverly Hills to sell local entertainment executives on expanding into the long closed-off country.
Businesses like LA-based salad chain Tender Greens say ditching cash speeds up lines and cuts costs — but some worry it might be shutting out certain customers.
New tech jobs in Silicon Valley may be getting all the attention — but California's top region for job growth is actually just east of Los Angeles.
A Los Angeles port worker says she was penalized on the job for having a child. Now, she's filed charges against a dockworkers union and a group representing port companies.
A commuter who lives in Ventura but works in Santa Barbara County asks KPCC why it's so hard to find out what's going on both where she lives and where she works.
"Is the hillside behind my home safe? How full is Cachuma Reservoir? How do I know how much rain my area has received?" Here's what we've found out about questions you asked.
During recent fires and mudslides in Southern California, supermarkets have stayed open when other businesses in affected areas start to close down.
Pasadena is one of the many California cities that has long sought to ban pot shops. But now, local officials are wrestling with how to embrace legalization.
The demise of Toys "R" Us could create room for offices, homes and movie theaters. Or closed stores could just sit empty.
A new report from the UCLA Labor Center finds that 77 percent of local retail workers receive their schedules a week or less ahead of time.