rental

City of Los Angeles sued to stop tenant data collection

Apartment owners across Los Angeles balked in 2016 after the city mandated that they hand over data on rental agreements, utilities and parking, and...
freeway

New year, new freeways: 605, others to see traffic due to construction

Heading out for a late-night drive this week? You might want to take surface streets if you plan on heading to Orange County. Caltrans...
parking

Alhambra Police relaxes parking restrictions for holidays

Overnight parking can be one of the biggest residential headaches, with street-sweeping and "No Parking" hours forcing auto-owners to move their vehicles, often at...
torrance

Torrance YMCA death determined to be a suicide

Police say that a man's death in a Torrance YMCA parking lot on the 2900 block of Sepulveda Boulevard Thursday was a suicide. According to...
fines

Pasadena to raise maximum citation fines to $1,000

Pasadena City Council will consider recommending an ordinance that will raise its minimum fines for municipal code violations, and create a program to keep...
turkey

Turkey giveaway saves holidays, thanks to Monterey Park’s Ed Chau

Thanksgiving dinner is rarely cheap, with the average American family spending almost 50 dollars on turkey dinner, according to USA Today. For families living...
Thanksgiving

What Pasadena services will be open on Thanksgiving Day?

Most Pasadena residents won’t be surprised to learn that City Hall, along with most City services, will be closed next Thursday and Friday for...
missing

Pico Rivera woman still missing after three weeks

"Introverted, forgetful and easily confused" is how family members described Virginia Susana Enriquez, who went missing three weeks ago in Pico Rivera. Authorities Wednesday sought the...
Promise Zone

LA nonprofit announces $500,000 grant to fight poverty

LOS ANGELES (CNS) - The Youth Policy Institute, a Los Angeles-based nonprofit, announced Tuesday that it received $500,000 from the Michigan-based Kresge Foundation, for...
water rates

Here’s how to voice your opinion on Monrovia water rates

It’s no secret that Monrovia’s water rates are rising, and many residents are less than pleased with the prospect of an average water bill...