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We Asked If You Ever Quit A Job Because Of LA Traffic. 300 Of You Said 'Duh.' These Are Your Stories
"I left my job and moved out of state because I calculated 20 full days a year I was sitting in traffic going to and from work... Best decision ever."
Burnt out from the daily grind, a new survey shows L.A.'s hellish commutes are a major factor in deciding whether to stay or go.
The city issued more than 1 million parking tickets between January 1 and July 31, 2019.
During its Uber Elevate conference in L.A. this week, the popular ride-hail service announced multiple partnerships that will help it get a flying ride-hail service off the ground by 2023.
Dawn and Howard Mauer lost their daughter Deanna to a distracted driver who'd exchanged 14 texts before rear-ending their daughter's car at 87 mph.
When the University of California was founded in 1868, light bulbs and cars hadn't been invented. But its founders saw California's potential.
California has the third highest number of fatalities involving at least one driver over the age of 65.
Sheriffs are banning certain items from areas the president will visit. Some are the usual suspects but bear spray also made the list.
Tulips should be just inches high right now, but warm temperatures in the region have led them to grow to nearly a foot at Descanso Gardens.
"It's all about trust and building a relationship," says LA County Supervisor Kathryn Barger. "This is going to affect those individuals with a direct medical need."
Martin Luther King Jr. told the UCLA crowd on April 27, 1965, that civil rights still had "a long, long way" to go.
Step 1: check your windshield wipers. If your wipers are streaking or skipping, it's time for a new set.
Elon Musk, the Tesla Motors CEO, revealed that every new model will have self-driving technology.
You can barely stand on a street corner in LA without seeing an Uber or Lyft drive by. But that observation disguises another reality.
Fatal car crashes involving people who had recently used pot doubled in Washington State after marijuana was legalized four years ago, AAA says