Los Angeles Chief of Police Charlie Beck announced Friday that he plans to retire from his post at the beginning of the summer.
L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti broke ground Wednesday at the North Hollywood West Groundwater Treatment Project, a plant to restore the use of groundwater for drinking in the San Fernando Valley.
The Los Angeles Board of Airport Commissioners has accepted a report finding that construction of a new fixed-based operation at Van Nuys Airport will not harm the environment.
After gaining 17 percent Monday, shares of California Resources Corp. moved higher Tuesday with a gain of more than 13 percent.
Higher oil prices, a narrower net loss and the chance of extending debt payment deadlines set share prices soaring Monday by 17-plus percent for Chatsworth energy producer California Resources Corp.
Officials at California State University – Northridge have named the building that houses the university’s business college Bookstein Hall in honor of alumni Harriet and Harvey Bookstein.
Gov. Jerry Brown on Sunday signed into law a measure that will consolidate three water agencies in the Santa Clarita Valley into a single water district.
Castaic Lake Water Agency and Newhall County Water District have issued a statement refuting Consumer Watchdog’s assertion that Senate Bill 634 benefits the proposed Newhall Ranch development.
California State University – Northridge and Dignity Health Northridge Hospital Medical Center have entered a health partnership, the school has announced.
Emerging details about the life of Stephen Paddock, the man who opened fire Sunday on a crowd at a Las Vegas concert before killing himself, reveal ties to the San Fernando Valley.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has reached a $1 million settlement with CalMat Corp. that requires the North Hollywood company to design extraction wells and a treatment system to clean groundwater contamination caused by its former site.
Thousand Oaks is encouraging residents and businesses to oppose a water rate hike proposed by California American Water.
CyberCoders, an information technology recruiting agency, has released results of a data analysis from more than 1 million jobseekers to determine the most in-demand jobs in the IT, construction and accounting sectors.
A bill to dissolve three water districts in Santa Clarita Valley and create a new agency has passed the California Assembly and is on its way to the state Senate.