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More Expectant Moms Want An Alternative Birthing Experience. Hospitals Are Listening.

More Expectant Moms Want An Alternative Birthing Experience. Hospitals Are Listening.

A new study found that more California women are thinking about delivery options that would get them out of a sterile hospital room.

This Art In Hermosa Beach Shows You How Many Bottles And Cans You Use Each Year

This Art In Hermosa Beach Shows You How Many Bottles And Cans You Use Each Year

The average American uses 839 bottles, cans and cartons every year (and recycles only 32 percent of them). Here's what that looks like.

3 Homeless People Were Beaten With A Bat In DTLA Over The Weekend

3 Homeless People Were Beaten With A Bat In DTLA Over The Weekend

The three homeless victims are still in critical condition. Police have released surveillance video of the suspect.

Have You Ever Stepped Over Homeless People? What Science Tells Us About Our Capacity For Empathy

Have You Ever Stepped Over Homeless People? What Science Tells Us About Our Capacity For Empathy

When one elderly Santa Monica woman barely getting by on Social Security got some help from the city, she was excited she could give $10 to the homeless man across the street. Would you do the same?

3 Mice, 2 Chainsaws, 1 Rusty Mattress Spring: Those Are Just A Few Things Volunteers Found On LA's Beaches

3 Mice, 2 Chainsaws, 1 Rusty Mattress Spring: Those Are Just A Few Things Volunteers Found On LA's Beaches

They also found unused meds, wedding rings and urns amid the 35,000 pounds of trash they hauled away during Coastal Cleanup Day.

The Case For Preserving All Of The LA Times' Former HQ

The Case For Preserving All Of The LA Times' Former HQ

Five former L.A. Times buildings at the intersection of First and Spring streets might become monuments -- getting in the way of redevelopment.

Beyond A Drug And Gun Bust, Ouster Of Squatters From Hollywood Building Is A Snapshot On High Rents

Beyond A Drug And Gun Bust, Ouster Of Squatters From Hollywood Building Is A Snapshot On High Rents

The raid was conducted by a task force that was formed to target commercial and industrial spaces illegally converted to dwellings. It was inspired by the fatal 2016 Ghost Ship warehouse fire in Oakland.

LA Metro Released More Rider Etiquette PSAs. They Are Still Bananas. Now With Danny Trejo

LA Metro Released More Rider Etiquette PSAs. They Are Still Bananas. Now With Danny Trejo

LA Metro may take rider etiquette seriously, but they've taken a decidedly funnier approach to educating the public about it.

Why LAUSD Superintendent Austin Beutner Wants To Talk About Teacher Quality Right Now

Why LAUSD Superintendent Austin Beutner Wants To Talk About Teacher Quality Right Now

Beutner's answer: focusing only on the issues at dispute in contract negotiations sidelines other worthy conversations.

LA's District 14 Council Seat Could Stay In The Huizar Family

LA's District 14 Council Seat Could Stay In The Huizar Family

Richelle Huizar announced she's running for the council seat currently occupied by her husband, José Huizar.

LA Surfers Are Covered In Germs And Scientists Are Stoked To Study Them

LA Surfers Are Covered In Germs And Scientists Are Stoked To Study Them

Watch out surfers. The scientists are coming for ya.

We're Exploring LA County's 88 Cities. Here's Your Guide To Arcadia: 'Chinese Beverly Hills'

We're Exploring LA County's 88 Cities. Here's Your Guide To Arcadia: 'Chinese Beverly Hills'

Bet on some horses and maybe you'll win enough money to buy a multi-million dollar mansion in "Chinese Beverly Hills."

27 Of The Best Things To Do In Southern California This Weekend

27 Of The Best Things To Do In Southern California This Weekend

A major Los Tigres del Norte concert. Muay Thai boxing and goats. A tortilla battle. A water lantern festival. Culture, eats and wackiness abound this weekend.

Cambodia Town Is Mapping Its Political Future In Long Beach

Cambodia Town Is Mapping Its Political Future In Long Beach

Vy Sron has only been in the U.S. for five years. the 70-year-old immigrant was taking a civic engagement class in Cambodia Town when she asked: 'How come we don't have a local representative?'

California Still Has The Nation's Highest Poverty Rate (Blame Housing Costs)

California Still Has The Nation's Highest Poverty Rate (Blame Housing Costs)

California's overall economy may be booming. But nearly one in five Californians are still living in poverty.

Could LAUSD Seriously Be Taken Over For Overspending?

Could LAUSD Seriously Be Taken Over For Overspending?

The 'window of opportunity is closing to address the district's fiscal challenges,' a county official recently warned.

Here's Why People In Los Feliz Lost Sleep Early Wednesday Morning (And Complained On Twitter)

Here's Why People In Los Feliz Lost Sleep Early Wednesday Morning (And Complained On Twitter)

L.A. Twitter is lively this morning, with #LosFeliz as its top trend, thanks to an early-morning visit from an LAPD helicopter.

Google Maps' Phantom Neighborhoods Are Confusing Southern Californians. Help Us Keep Track Of Them

Google Maps' Phantom Neighborhoods Are Confusing Southern Californians. Help Us Keep Track Of Them

We've been exploring Google's inexplicable and sometimes incorrect map labeling in Los Angeles. They are not hard to find.

Jerry Brown Is Getting Heckled At His Own Climate Conference

Jerry Brown Is Getting Heckled At His Own Climate Conference

Protesters want Jerry Brown to ban oil drilling in California. He says that's impractical.

Snapshot: LA's Plan To Cut Smog 25 Percent By The 2028 Olympics (It's Electrifying)

Snapshot: LA's Plan To Cut Smog 25 Percent By The 2028 Olympics (It's Electrifying)

City officials want to eliminate 25 percent of our smog before the world arrives for the 2028 Olympics.

LA County Moves Forward On Stabilizing Rents For 200,000 People

LA County Moves Forward On Stabilizing Rents For 200,000 People

If enacted, it would limit annual rent increases to 3 percent each year for residents who live outside the boundaries of one of the county's 88 cities.

Shots Fired Inside Kaiser Permanente Medical Center In Downey, Arrest Made

Shots Fired Inside Kaiser Permanente Medical Center In Downey, Arrest Made

One suspect was taken into custody Tuesday after reports of an active shooter at Kaiser Permanente Medical Center in Downey.

The Court Case That Forced OC To Stop Ignoring Its Homeless

The Court Case That Forced OC To Stop Ignoring Its Homeless

An encampment was cleared. A lawsuit was filed. Is OC now better equipped to help those experiencing homelessness?

What 9/11 Was Like In Los Angeles

What 9/11 Was Like In Los Angeles

The tragedy was felt in Los Angeles as it was around the world, and like other major cities across the country, L.A.'s emergency services had to swing into action.

Attn SoCal Edison Customers: Your Bill May Be About To Go Up To Prevent Wildfires

Attn SoCal Edison Customers: Your Bill May Be About To Go Up To Prevent Wildfires

The 'new normal' for California fire season has SoCal Edison officials looking at ways to harden the power grid in an effort to prevent as many fires as possible.

People Thought She Would End Up On The Streets Or Locked Up. She Proved Them Wrong.

People Thought She Would End Up On The Streets Or Locked Up. She Proved Them Wrong.

Smuggled from El Salvador as a child, Liliana "Patty" Flores survived abuse, foster care, gangs, drugs and lockup before deciding to turn her life around.

What To Expect When You See The Gynecologist For The First Time

What To Expect When You See The Gynecologist For The First Time

It's okay to feel a little nervous. It's actually totally normal.

How To Spot LA's Many, Many, Many Illegal Pot Shops

How To Spot LA's Many, Many, Many Illegal Pot Shops

The city attorney is cracking down on unlicensed pot businesses, which continue to undercut the city's fledgling licensed adult-use pot shops eight months into legalization.

The DMV Says Wait Times Are Shorter, So I Tested It Out. It Crushed My Soul

The DMV Says Wait Times Are Shorter, So I Tested It Out. It Crushed My Soul

The DMV claims it's reduced the average time you'll spend in line by a half hour. That wasn't exactly how it panned out for us.

Why Some LA Jewish Millennials Are Walking Off Their 'Birthright Israel' Trips

Why Some LA Jewish Millennials Are Walking Off Their 'Birthright Israel' Trips

Founded by an L.A. local, IfNotNow is a growing movement of young Jewish American progressives who want to end support for the Israeli occupation of Palestinian lands.

Just How Big Of A Deal Is The DMV Voter Registration Screw-Up?

Just How Big Of A Deal Is The DMV Voter Registration Screw-Up?

Secretary of State Alex Padilla said he was "extremely disappointed and deeply frustrated" by the department's mishandling of roughly 23,000 voter registrations.

Canada's Super Scoopers Are Back In LA. But As Fire Season Gets Worse, Why Don't We Buy Our Own?

Canada's Super Scoopers Are Back In LA. But As Fire Season Gets Worse, Why Don't We Buy Our Own?

L.A. County spends $8 million for two of them and their crews to stay here from September through November

This Map Shows Where Emergency Homeless Shelters Could Be Built In LA Under Mayor Garcetti's Plan

This Map Shows Where Emergency Homeless Shelters Could Be Built In LA Under Mayor Garcetti's Plan

As L.A. leaders navigate the selection of sites and community concerns, you may be wondering if there are any shelters being planned or built where you live or work. LAist is here to help.

LA's First Emergency Homeless Shelter Under Mayor's Bridge Housing Initiative Opens Sept. 10

LA's First Emergency Homeless Shelter Under Mayor's Bridge Housing Initiative Opens Sept. 10

The El Pueblo site, which cost about $2.4 million to build, consists of several subdivided trailers built into living facilities.

LA County Is Giving Away Bracelets To Help You Keep Tabs On Loved Ones With Dementia Or Autism

LA County Is Giving Away Bracelets To Help You Keep Tabs On Loved Ones With Dementia Or Autism

Caregivers know how scary it is to try to find someone who has wandered off in a county that covers 4,000 square miles.

LAPD Releases Another Highly Edited Video Of The Trader Joe's Shooting

LAPD Releases Another Highly Edited Video Of The Trader Joe's Shooting

The footage appears to back previous claims that the suspect opened fire on officers during a pursuit that started in South L.A. and ended in Silver Lake. But it sheds little light on the death of store manager Melyda Corado.

Here Are LA's New Rules For Scooter Companies Like Bird And Lime

Here Are LA's New Rules For Scooter Companies Like Bird And Lime

New regulations include a cap on the number of devices like scooters that companies like Bird and Lime could operate.

Thousands Of Angelenos Work While Homeless, And Many Don't Want Their Bosses To Know

Thousands Of Angelenos Work While Homeless, And Many Don't Want Their Bosses To Know

California doesn't define homelessness as a protected class in the workplace.

5 Things We Didn't Expect To Find At LA's Cannabis Convention

5 Things We Didn't Expect To Find At LA's Cannabis Convention

From CBD dog treats to hash-scented humidifiers, here are the latest ways marijuana can be monetized.

LAUSD Teachers Just Voted To Strike. It's Still Not Clear If -- Or When -- They'd Walk

LAUSD Teachers Just Voted To Strike. It's Still Not Clear If -- Or When -- They'd Walk

Weeks or months could still pass before UTLA leaders actually call for a walkout.

Could This Tax On Vacant Properties Help End Homelessness?

Could This Tax On Vacant Properties Help End Homelessness?

Oakland voters could approve the state's first tax on privately owned vacant properties in November.

After A Rash Of Valley Street Racing Deaths, Here's How The LAPD Is Cracking Down

After A Rash Of Valley Street Racing Deaths, Here's How The LAPD Is Cracking Down

The leader of the team recently talked with Take Two's A Martinez about what they do and the impact they're having in the Valley.

You May Not Have To Take The Laptop Out Of Your Bag At LAX For (Too) Much Longer

You May Not Have To Take The Laptop Out Of Your Bag At LAX For (Too) Much Longer

One-step ID checks and 3D scanning, currently being tested at LAX, could get you on your way faster.

Women Tell Us Their Labor Stories Just In Time For... Labor Day

Women Tell Us Their Labor Stories Just In Time For... Labor Day

We asked you for your stories, and, oh baby, did you deliver!

What Is LADYist?

What Is LADYist?

LADYist is here to fill the gaps in your sex education. It's sex ed for grown women.

Bird And Lime Scooters Are Staying In Santa Monica -- And 2 Other Companies Will Join Them

Bird And Lime Scooters Are Staying In Santa Monica -- And 2 Other Companies Will Join Them

Four e-scooter operators have been chosen to participate in the city's shared mobility pilot program, which is set to run for 16 months.

Dear LAist: How Do I Clean Up My Neighborhood?

Dear LAist: How Do I Clean Up My Neighborhood?

Garbage in your street? Here's how to join a cleanup for your neighborhood -- or start your own.

LA Man Arrested For Allegedly Threatening To Shoot Boston Globe Journalists

LA Man Arrested For Allegedly Threatening To Shoot Boston Globe Journalists

Robert Chain was unhappy that the newspaper coordinated editorials responding to President Trump's attacks on journalists.

Rent Strikes Are Back. Can They Save Poor Tenants From Homelessness?

Rent Strikes Are Back. Can They Save Poor Tenants From Homelessness?

Withholding the monthly rent check from the landlords is a risky move, but renters around SoCal are doing it more and more.

This Teen Separated At The Border Is Finally Reuniting With Her Parents -- After 3 Months Apart

This Teen Separated At The Border Is Finally Reuniting With Her Parents -- After 3 Months Apart

The Trump Administration is under a court order to reunite the migrant families separated under its zero tolerance border policies. Yet even a month after the deadline, children remain in federal shelters. One teen's story reflects in part why it's taking so long.

How Cheaper Metro Passes And Scooters (Yes, Really) Can Help Prevent Homelessness

How Cheaper Metro Passes And Scooters (Yes, Really) Can Help Prevent Homelessness

Discounted transit fares and subsidies for new shared mobility tech, like scooters and ride-share, could help low-income people stay on their feet.

An Improved Stretch Of Figueroa Street Is Officially Open In Downtown LA

An Improved Stretch Of Figueroa Street Is Officially Open In Downtown LA

After $20 million and 10 years, the project to remake a stretch of Figueroa (from downtown L.A. to Exposition Park) is finally a go.

USC Gynecologist Accused Of Abuse Loses License To Practice

USC Gynecologist Accused Of Abuse Loses License To Practice

The California Medical Board has stripped former University of Southern California gynecologist George Tyndall of his ability to practice medicine in the state.

Why LAUSD's 30,000 Teachers Might Go On Strike

Why LAUSD's 30,000 Teachers Might Go On Strike

Breaking down the broken-down contract talks.

Obama Boulevard Is Coming To South LA

Obama Boulevard Is Coming To South LA

The soon-to-be former Rodeo Road, which runs east-west in the Baldwin Hills-Leimert Park area, will be named after POTUS No. 44.

The Government Is Barred From Taping Attorneys' Talks With Inmates. So Why Is It Happening In SoCal?

The Government Is Barred From Taping Attorneys' Talks With Inmates. So Why Is It Happening In SoCal?

A recent attorney-client recording operation involving an L.A. County prosecutor has prompted alarm about the scope of similar methods across the county.

9,000 Angelenos Live In Their Vehicles. This Lawsuit Challenges Cities' Authority To Impound Their Homes

9,000 Angelenos Live In Their Vehicles. This Lawsuit Challenges Cities' Authority To Impound Their Homes

For thousands of homeless people living in their cars across California, impoundment can be the tipping point into joblessness and a life on the streets.

You Might Be Missing Out On Important Emergency Alerts About Where You Live

You Might Be Missing Out On Important Emergency Alerts About Where You Live

L.A.'s fire, police and emergency management departments all have their own way of notifying us in a disaster. That is, if you've signed up for alerts.

Venice Is The Latest Homeless Shelter Battleground As LA Leaders Press On With Housing Plan

Venice Is The Latest Homeless Shelter Battleground As LA Leaders Press On With Housing Plan

A neighborhood meeting to explain Mayor Garcetti's Bridge Housing plan descended into shouting and a "lock her up!" chant.

A Message For Black Moms: Keep Calm And Carry On Breastfeeding

A Message For Black Moms: Keep Calm And Carry On Breastfeeding

Black moms are much less likely to breastfeed compared to women of other races and ethnicities. That's why maternal health advocates devote the last week of August to bringing awareness of the benefits for infants and moms.

How To Keep People Off The Streets? Help Them Before They Get Evicted

How To Keep People Off The Streets? Help Them Before They Get Evicted

More than 50,000 households get eviction notices every year in Los Angeles County alone.

Santa Monica Is Offering Cash To Seniors Struggling To Pay Their Rent

Santa Monica Is Offering Cash To Seniors Struggling To Pay Their Rent

As senior homelessness spikes in some parts of the state amid a shortage of affordable housing, Santa Monica is trying out rental subsidies to help keep its seniors off the streets.

Why Al Gore Thinks LA Is The Place To Train The Next Generation Of Environmental Activists

Why Al Gore Thinks LA Is The Place To Train The Next Generation Of Environmental Activists

The former Vice President is in Los Angeles this week to train up environmental activists.

How California's Housing Crisis Turned Into A Homeless Crisis

How California's Housing Crisis Turned Into A Homeless Crisis

The lack of affordable housing "probably describes more than any other reason why we have a homelessness crisis in California," says one expert. The California Dream project explores what cities are doing about it.

LA-Based Gamer And Former Calabasas High Football Player Killed In Jacksonville Shooting

LA-Based Gamer And Former Calabasas High Football Player Killed In Jacksonville Shooting

Elijah Clayton was a talented football player online and in real life. He played at Chaminade Prep before transferring to Calabasas High.

Concerned About Noise, Lawmakers Push Back On New Flight Paths From Burbank Airport

Concerned About Noise, Lawmakers Push Back On New Flight Paths From Burbank Airport

Proposed changes will send planes south over the Santa Monica Mountains along two new flight paths that could affect Studio City and Sherman Oaks.

The Art Of Becoming Sister Cities -- Why A Group Of LA Jazz Students Went On A Trip To Chengdu

The Art Of Becoming Sister Cities -- Why A Group Of LA Jazz Students Went On A Trip To Chengdu

We asked the musicians to keep audio diaries of their experiences abroad. Here's what they shared with us.

A Fiery Fatal Crash Shut Down Part Of The 105 Freeway In Hawthorne

A Fiery Fatal Crash Shut Down Part Of The 105 Freeway In Hawthorne

All westbound lanes of the freeway were shut down for most of the day as emergency crews let the fuel burn out and then mopped up. Caltrans officials said they hoped to reopen all lanes by 7 p.m.

What Trump's Trade War With China Means For LA's Economy

What Trump's Trade War With China Means For LA's Economy

Everything from L.A.'s bustling ports to electric scooter startups like Bird could be affected.

300 Seniors In Chinatown Escape Steep Rent Hike, But What About Everyone Else?

300 Seniors In Chinatown Escape Steep Rent Hike, But What About Everyone Else?

L.A. Councilmember Gil Cedillo helped broker a deal to stop an 8% rent hike for poor seniors in Chinatown. Now the question is whether it's an approach that can help others buried by the region's sky-high rents.

Hollywood's Target Husk May Finally Become A Real Target

Hollywood's Target Husk May Finally Become A Real Target

Target's been trying to build a new store on the corner of Sunset Boulevard and Western Avenue for years, but a legal challenge put construction on hold until now.

LAUSD Parents Endure Another Back-To-School Ritual: Bus Delays

LAUSD Parents Endure Another Back-To-School Ritual: Bus Delays

LAUSD transports more than 43,000 students each day. At the beginning of the year, it can take 2-3 weeks to get the kinks worked out.

LA's Midnight Mission Is Building A Park For Homeless People's Pets In Santa Ana

LA's Midnight Mission Is Building A Park For Homeless People's Pets In Santa Ana

When The Courtyard's pet area debuts this fall, homeless advocates hope it will remove a barrier that keeps people from getting the help they need.

Unaccompanied Minors Came To LA For Safety. Now They're Struggling For Peace Of Mind

Unaccompanied Minors Came To LA For Safety. Now They're Struggling For Peace Of Mind

Two Central American teenagers who journeyed to the U.S. alone share their mental health struggles after settling in Los Angeles.

Wanna Buy A House But Only Have A Moderate Income? LA Has Money To Help. But It's Gonna Go Fast.

Wanna Buy A House But Only Have A Moderate Income? LA Has Money To Help. But It's Gonna Go Fast.

Families of four earning up to $116,300 could qualify for a zero-interest, deferred loan of up to $75,000. But you need to act quickly.

This LAUSD Board Seat Will Stay Empty Until Next Spring. Who Looks Out For The Schools Until Then?

This LAUSD Board Seat Will Stay Empty Until Next Spring. Who Looks Out For The Schools Until Then?

It looks increasingly likely that voters in controversial Ref Rodriguez's former district will be without a voice until that election is over.

This Doctor Treats LAUSD's Newly Arrived Immigrants. She Was Once One Of Them

This Doctor Treats LAUSD's Newly Arrived Immigrants. She Was Once One Of Them

As a child, a border once separated Claudia Martin from her mother. The experience shapes how she digested this summer's news from the border -- and how she treats her patients.

A Look Back At The Parker Center's Unsettling Past Before It's (Most Likely) Knocked Down

A Look Back At The Parker Center's Unsettling Past Before It's (Most Likely) Knocked Down

In the end, the LAPD's "Glass House" would fall victim to an unstoppable thief: time. By the end of 2019, it could be wiped from the city landscape entirely.

The Golden State Killer Suspect Will Face One Big Trial In Sacramento

The Golden State Killer Suspect Will Face One Big Trial In Sacramento

Speaking at a press conference at the Orange County District Attorney's Office in Santa Ana, district attorneys from six counties voiced their support for the move

Dear LAist: Why's There That Half-Finished Target At Sunset And Western In Hollywood?

Dear LAist: Why's There That Half-Finished Target At Sunset And Western In Hollywood?

The husk of an unfinished Target has remained, frozen in time, for years.

99,000 LAUSD Students Have No Representative On The School Board. Here's Why That Matters

99,000 LAUSD Students Have No Representative On The School Board. Here's Why That Matters

Board members don't just set big-picture policy. They're also advocates for the regions they represent.

The Story Of How One Immigrant Family Was Torn Apart, Then Put Back Together Again

The Story Of How One Immigrant Family Was Torn Apart, Then Put Back Together Again

She was reunited with her young children, 10 and 12, in late July after more than two months apart. Now, she doesn't know if they can remain in the United States for good.

5 Things USC's New President Could Do To Stop Sexual Harassment

5 Things USC's New President Could Do To Stop Sexual Harassment

A sexual harassment report written by USC faculty, students and staff holds out the promise of reforms at the scandal-rocked university.

Do You Live Near A Homeless Shelter? Tell Us About Your Experiences

Do You Live Near A Homeless Shelter? Tell Us About Your Experiences

If there's a housing project for the homeless near you, how has it affected you? And if one was proposed in your neighborhood, what questions would you have?

What's The Big Deal About Short-Term Health Plans?

What's The Big Deal About Short-Term Health Plans?

Here's why the Trump administration likes these plans, and why California lawmakers want to ban them.

Hope Grows At The Once 'Magical' Site Of LA's South Central Farm

Hope Grows At The Once 'Magical' Site Of LA's South Central Farm

Urban farm advocates filed a lawsuit against the city and PIMA Alameda Partners, a clothing company planning to build an industrial park on the land. The advocates say that development plans are in violation of the California Environmental Quality Act.

Chicken Pox Spreads To Even More Immigrant Detainees At Victorville Prison

Chicken Pox Spreads To Even More Immigrant Detainees At Victorville Prison

What started as a few cases of chicken pox among immigrant detainees at the Victorville federal prison has now spread, with as many as half those held there under quarantine.

This Deal Just Saved L.A. From Losing Some Of Its Gas Supply

This Deal Just Saved L.A. From Losing Some Of Its Gas Supply

Three natural gas pipelines cross Morongo land in Riverside County. SoCal Gas had just a few days left to make a deal -- and avoid increasing the likelihood of sudden summer power outages.

Everything You NEVER Wanted To Know About Pee In The Public Pool

Everything You NEVER Wanted To Know About Pee In The Public Pool

That acrid chemical odor and your stinging eyes are not from the chlorine. Yes, there's likely pee (or worse) in your public pool. Here's how you can help improve the water quality.

A Caltech Scientist Is Training Drones To Herd Birds Away From Airplanes

A Caltech Scientist Is Training Drones To Herd Birds Away From Airplanes

A Caltech professor created an algorithm that could direct a drone to herd a flock of birds away from airspace and runways. Since 2004, planes at LAX alone have been struck more than 500 times by birds and other animals.

Did Meeting Between LAUSD & Teachers Union Leaders Make A Strike Less Likely? Depends On Who You Ask

Did Meeting Between LAUSD & Teachers Union Leaders Make A Strike Less Likely? Depends On Who You Ask

The encounter comes about a week before teachers begin a vote to authorize a possible strike.

Elon Musk Wants To Build A Tunnel To Dodger Stadium And Charge Fans About $1 To Ride

Elon Musk Wants To Build A Tunnel To Dodger Stadium And Charge Fans About $1 To Ride

Musk is proposing to build a roughly 3.6 -mile "zero-emissions, high-speed, underground public transportation system" to ferry fans up to Chavez Ravine. It's been dubbed The Dugout Loop.

It's Not Just You. The Mosquitoes Really Are Worse This Year.

It's Not Just You. The Mosquitoes Really Are Worse This Year.

An invasive mosquito is spreading throughout SoCal. And it thrives in hot weather.

Santa Monica Says Goodbye To Plastic Straws, Cups, Utensils And The List Goes On

Santa Monica Says Goodbye To Plastic Straws, Cups, Utensils And The List Goes On

Why? It's for the ocean. One report suggests the ocean will contain more plastic than fish by 2050.

Body Scanners Are Coming To LA Metro Stations. Here's What We Know About Them

Body Scanners Are Coming To LA Metro Stations. Here's What We Know About Them

The scanners can identify objects hidden in clothing or strapped to a person that block the naturally-occurring waves produced by the human body, according to Metro.

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