Make sure you get your kids vaccinated before they head back to school

By Andrea Hescheles Hub correspondent With summer ending soon, it’s time to get the kids ready to go back to school. While school supplies, backpacks and new...

Trees vital as heat waves ravage Southland, experts and L.A. officials say

Los Angeles officials are working to preserve one of the city's best - and most threatened - defenses against ever-increasing summer temperatures. According to Mayor...

California Coastal Commission orders sea wall removed, fines Laguna homeowners $1 million

LAGUNA BEACH (CNS) - The California Coastal Commission announced today it has fined a Laguna Beach couple $1 million for the unpermitted rebuilding of an...

Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority seeking input on spending

A series of meetings could determine how $80 million for the homeless in Los Angeles County will be spent this year. The funds are part...

Air quality plummets as Holy Fire rages on in Orange and Riverside counties

Residents of the East San Gabriel Valley woke up Thursday to a thin layer of ash covering cars and sidewalks, thanks to the Holy...

Woman fatally injured on San Bernardino Freeway in West Covina

WEST COVINA (CNS) - A young woman was fatally injured today after she got out of a car that had rear-ended another car on...

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...

For many college students, hunger can ‘make it hard to focus in class’

As students enter college this fall, many will hunger for more than knowledge. Up to half of college students report that they were either not...

Man struck and killed by freight train in Pomona

POMONA (CNS) - A man was struck and killed today by a Union Pacific freight train in Pomona, police said. Officers sent to the tracks west...

Many charter schools fail to disclose spending on low-income students, report says

By John Fensterwald EdSource The vast majority of California’s charter schools sampled for a study failed to fully disclose how they spent money on students targeted...