With a lingering drought in California and no sign of rain on the horizon, many homeowners are turning to inexpensive alternatives to transform patches of brown into lush green lawns.
7,980 cases of pertussis, most commonly known as the whooping cough, were recently reported in California, published by the California Department of Public Health, which also attributes three infant deaths this year to the disease.
There's a revolution that's happening right behind the doors of Newlight Technologies, a company that is transforming greenhouse gases into the products you buy everyday.
The Grand Central Market has become the dining destination for foodies in the heart of downtown Los Angeles. Much of its historic charm has remained untouched for decades, but over the past year or so, it has undergone a few new changes.
These sustainable dome-like structures, also known as superadobes, are the brainchild of Cal-Earth, the California Institute of Earth Architecture.
In 2002, the city of Los Angeles placed a moratorium banning murals on private property. As a result of the ban, murals became illegal in Los Angeles. Many up and coming artists were forced to take down their murals, or have their artwork painted over.
Spurred by a bet, Natural History Museum curator Brian Brown went on a mission to uncover new species of bugs in the comfort of his colleague's own backyard.
A group of "unauthorized horticulturists" come out at night with the hopes of transforming patches of neglected land into beautiful green gardens filled with rows of cacti, flowers, and plants.
Out in the middle of nowhere, you'll spot a collection of small, abandoned structures dispersed in an area known as the Morongo Basin, near Twentynine Palms in Wonder Valley.
Have you ever parked your car in Los Angeles only to return to a hefty fine placed on your windshield?