Doctor loses license after recommending pot-laced cookies for a 4-year-old

HOLLYWOOD (CNS) - A Hollywood physician has lost his medical license after recommending that a father give his 4-year-old son marijuana cookies to control temper tantrums,...

Electric vehicle tax credit could be extended, say lawmakers

Smaller-than-usual returns have plagued taxpayers this year, but a bipartisan group of lawmakers has put together a plan to give electric vehicle buyers a...
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$30 million up for grabs by LA schools if attendance increases

By Mike Szymanski LA School Report  It’s a daunting task to try to figure out how LA Unified can save money, but an advisory group came...

Military surveillance continues in L.A. as Marine Corps Ospreys hover over the Hollywood Freeway

Marine Corps Ospreys spotted over Hollywood on Tuesday, during 2019 U.S. Military exercises in DTLA region. “Residents may hear sounds associated with the training, including...

Battle over Industry-owned pasture ends with settlement, focus on preservation

On Tuesday, the Industry City Council voted to implement a settlement agreement with Chino Hills and Diamond Bar to preserve one of the largest...

Despite some improvements, L.A. smog continues to kill

Many Angelenos still remember the perpetual brown haze that hung over the city as recently as the late 90s. And although Southland air quality...

Authorities identify man struck and killed by freight train in Pomona

POMONA (CNS) - A man who was struck and killed by a Union Pacific freight train in Pomona was a 30-year-old Riverside County resident, the coroner's...

Wednesday rain showers unlikely to cause mudslides

Southern California could see its first rainstorm on Wednesday, as a low-pressure system migrates southward from the central Pacific Ocean. Hurricane Rosa, now a...

West Hollywood streets closed for 2018 LA Pride Festival

WEST HOLLYWOOD (CNS) - Several streets in West Hollywood and Hollywood will be closed this weekend as LA Pride Week continues, and ahead of...

19th Annual Dia de los Muertos festival comes to the Hollywood Forever Cemetery

One of L.A.’s largest Dia de los Muertos celebrations is set to return to the resting place of the stars on Saturday, Oct. 27....