Val Zavala tours the offices of the country’s fourth largest newspaper with its 14th and newest publisher, Austin Beutner.
Free book stands are springing up across town encouraging people to "Take a book. Leave a book." Many come from a non-profit organization called Little Free Libraries.
Southern California receives about a third of its water from what's known as the Bay Delta, an estuary where the Sacramento River and San Joaquin River meet.
Can an urban farm make a difference in a community labeled a food desert? "SoCal Connected" went to Earthworks, an urban farm attempting to change the diets of families and children by providing educational resources, creating new spaces to garden, and helping residents reconnect to the agricultural roots of El Monte and South El Monte. After watching the video take a moment to fill out the community survey below and tell us what healthy food options are available in your community.
Nic Cha Kim visits the Hollyhock House, one of L.A.'s most iconic homes designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright in the early 1920s. After a recent $4.4 million dollar renovation project, many of the original features have been restored and are now viewable to the public.
They are a small but dedicated group of Muslim women who love the waves, but also want to dress modestly on the beach.
Reporter Cara Santa Maria looks at how police departments across Ventura County have implemented comprehensive crisis intervention training for all officers.
Cheerleading has morphed into routines that resemble Olympic gymnastics. In hundreds of competitions, flyers are thrown 10, 15, even 20 feet in the air.
Neon signs of Los Angeles are the inspiration for artist Dave Lefner whose meticulous linocuts -- carving in linoleum blocks -- produce exquisite prints.
Should terminally ill Californians have the option to end their own lives as patients in Oregon and Washington do?