Los Angeles Environment
We need to spend 12 percent less time in our cars—about two car-free trips per week—and probably much more.
Spoiler: The hawk did not tip, and it did not leave a review.
The Biggest Little Farm is heartfelt and visually stunning.
The planned community would bring almost 20,000 new homes to the Antelope Valley.
In the next two years, FEMA might mandate that property owners along the river get flood insurance.
The black mustard can become fuel for wildfires.
The butterflies are feasting on plants as they travel north from Mexico.
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The proposal comes just one day after Mayor Garcetti reversed course on plans to repower natural gas units at three power plants.
The latest suit claims Southern California Edison and Boeing failed to protect the public from the threat of wildfire.
"We’re optimistic that it’s going to be a good one."
Some locations—including along Malibu Canyon Road—have burned as many as six times since 1970.
Rain is in the forecast this week.
The massive blaze is truly historic.
This map shows where the 96,949-acre blaze has burned.
The blaze has singed nearly 97,000 acres, from beaches to the Valley.
So far in 2018, fires in the state have scorched an unprecedented 1.3 million acres—five times the five-year average.
State senator says he’ll push for an independent investigation.
Freeways and roads are open, but trails remain closed.
Supporters say the tax revenue is needed to clean up polluted water.
With temperatures rising and humidity plunging, fire risk is high.
What is the California Environmental Quality Act, exactly?
Looking for some fall foliage? Don't book a flight to the East Coast just yet. There are plenty of places in Southern California to find those picturesque autumnal landscapes.