The NFL will reportedly relocate one or two franchises to Los Angeles in 2015 or ’16, according to a league source cited in an NBC Sports report on Sunday from...
Prosecutors in California's two biggest cities say the ride-share programs are breaking the law
(SACRAMENTO, Calif.) — Gov. Jerry Brown has signed legislation imposing the nation’s first statewide ban on single-use plastic bags. Brown on Tuesday signed the...
The league will support victims of domestic violence and sexual assault
"It's been an explosive couple of days"
The collected sums will be small, but officials say the meters, painted bright orange, are also intended to raise awareness about homeless programs
Urban centers need to anticipate environmental disasters--not just clean them up. A resiliency officer can help
Um, yeah. We’d eat that.
The intern says the team never paid him for his work
The disgraced Los Angeles Clippers owner joined the service after receiving an invitation from a pastor two weeks earlier
West Coast cities fared worst in a study of traffic patterns in North America
Disgraced owner of the Los Angeles Clippers Donald Sterling has agreed to sell the team to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer for $2 billion, reversing his...
The Los Angeles Clippers owner's wife Shelly, who agreed to sell the team to Steve Ballmer on Thursday for $2 billion, has reportedly said he's incapable of...
The current bid would make the Los Angeles Clippers the most expensive NBA team ever sold
LOS ANGELES — Gusty winds caused problems for flights into and out of Los Angeles International Airport, the nation’s third busiest. The Federal Aviation...
Shelly Sterling, Donald Sterling’s wife and co-owner of the Los Angeles Clippers, wants to maintain ownership of the team, despite her husband’s lifetime ban...
"Vaping" is now verboten in restaurants, bars and farmers markets
Flooding a concern for drought-stricken state
The state is still well below the usual precipitation levels for the season
If true, it would be the first reported case of Americans fighting for Assad