Top Us News

'She was a ray of sunshine': Co-workers remember woman killed in Hamburg crash

03/01/24 11:34 PM

Jenny Zuhlke is remembered as a fun person known to sing and dance around the daycare.

'Why Costa Mesa? Why not Santa Ana?' A buzzy mercado reflects a changing O.C.

02/27/24 11:00 AM

Mercado González in Costa Mesa is the first Mexican-style mercado of its kind in Southern California — and a sign of one city's shifting politics.

A magnet for taggers and parachutists, a moribund L.A. high-rise is now racking up arrests

02/28/24 10:31 PM

Police arrested two people Wednesday outside a now famous high-rise that has lured taggers to cover its 27 floors in graffiti.

A new dawn for Latino politicians in L.A. County's 'corridor of corruption'

02/27/24 11:00 AM

In Southeast L.A. County, a new generation of politicians is pushing back against the region's doom-loop reputation by trying something new: working together.

A new storm is coming to Southern California this weekend. How much will it rain where you are?

02/29/24 7:25 PM

Another storm is coming to the Los Angeles area, and is expected to drop up to three-fourths of an inch of rain on most of Los Angeles, the weather service said.

Arrest made in murder of pregnant Amish woman found dead in her Pennsylvania home

03/02/24 2:20 PM

Police have announced an arrest in connection to the death of 23-year-old Rebekah Byler that has shaken an Amish community in Pennsylvania.

Berkeley public schools hit with complaint alleging 'severe and persistent' antisemitic bullying

02/29/24 11:00 AM

The Berkeley complaint claims antisemitism pervades public schools that teach students as young as second grade.

Blizzard babies? Pip watch has begun for bald eagles Jackie and Shadow as storm rolls in

03/01/24 1:08 AM

Fans who track the lives of the Big Bear bald eagles Jackie and Shadow via a 24-hour live webcam are now maintaining a vigil known as pip watch.

Buffalo police officer struck by vehicle during foot pursuit

03/02/24 9:50 PM

The officer was taken to ECMC, where he was treated and has since been released.

California is letting billions of gallons of stormwater wash out to sea each year, report finds

03/01/24 11:00 AM

When it comes to stormwater capture, California stands out for "untapped potential," according to the Pacific Institute.

US Stream

Market Watch