: Episodes

Every three months, California’s Board of Equalization is required by law to list the people and companies who haven’t ponied up their sales and use taxes.
Activists want Gov. Jerry Brown to keep his paws off a state law that extends the time that animal shelters must hold stray and abandoned animals.
Google has proposed a new program called "California, Get Your Business Online" which will - hopefully - help small businesses in California get online for free.
The Auto Club has unveiled a new tool to help parents control their teenagers’ driving habits. But is it one step closer to Big Brother?
California's U.S. senators are ready to go to war over a water bill that just passed the House. It rewrites state water laws and gets rid of environmental protections.
Homeowners have until the end of July to apply for a review if they think the bank made mistakes in a foreclosure. Federal regulars are trying to get the word out.
State Attorney General Kamala Harris stood with legislative leaders Wednesday in Sacramento to propose a Homeowners Bill of Rights.
The nonpartisan Legislative Analyst's Office's revised forecast says California tax revenues will come in $6.5 billion below Gov. Brown's budget forecasts.
Former Dodger manager Joe Torre and developer Rick Caruso have pulled out of the bidding for the team because current owner Frank McCourt won’t include parking.
Perlman, who’s also a psychotherapist, has displayed about 40 of his vibrant, colorful oil paintings at the JW Marriott in downtown L.A. The LA Business Leaders Task Force on Homelessness held its convention there. In its...
Santa Ana’s nearly 130-year-old fire department is history come April. The Orange County Fire Authority is taking over fire services in the city.
Southern California is a high-end denim haven. We've got Joe's, J Brand, Paige Denim, and more. And, today, Lucky Brand celebrated its move to LA’s Arts district.
Los Angeles County is now home to the first three unionized car washes in the country.
For the first time, the largest national assembly of immigrant day laborers is meeting in Los Angeles, but participants seem more interested in discussing immigration issues than organizing.
The man expected to be the next President of China anticipates a vital role for Los Angeles in the future world of Chinese-U.S. relations.
JetBlue and Southwest Airlines kicked off this latest round of fare hikes, raising prices by as much as $10 on many round-trip flights.
Riverside County supervisors voted 3-to-2 to reject a controversial rock quarry project near the city of Temecula.
Business leaders in L.A. welcome Chinese V.P., citing importance of China to regional economy
Hundreds of gourmet food trucks call the L.A. streets home, with more revving up all the time. But now the food truck craze has drawn in restaurant chains.
Some nonprofits may have lost close to a million dollars in donations because the umbrella organization that handles their money has suddenly shut down.
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