California Attorney General Xavier Becerra Tuesday announced $37.5 million in state grant funding to combat the illegal sale of cigarettes and tobacco products to minors.
Paula Abdul and Cyndi Lauper participated in the WE Day California to celebrate young people changing the world at the Forum
Beverly Hills, in partnership with the University of California Cooperative Extension (UCCE), will offer a “Grow LA Victory Garden” workshop for four Sundays from April 8-29, 12 – 3 p.m. at Greystone Mansion and Gardens. Taught by Master Gardener George Pessin and other certified master gardeners, instruction will cover planning, seeding, plant selection, tools, mulching, irrigation, pest management, composting, organic pesticides, seed saving, harvesting and a host of other relevant information. Each class is $15, ($12 for Beverly Hills residents), or $56 for the entire series ($45 for residents). Those who take all four classes will receive a certificate of completion.
US federal investigators said Tuesday they were examining a fatal crash last week involving a Tesla electric automobile in California.
Making the first trip of his administration to California, President Donald Trump traveled to Otay Mesa Tuesday to view prototypes of his proposed border wall, saying after the tour he prefers a barrier that allows law enforcement to see through into Mexico.
UCLA will be among 78 teams that will receive bowl invitations Dec. 3, thanks to a 30-27 victory over California at the Rose Bowl on JJ Molson's 37-yard field goal with four seconds to play.
Hundreds of students in several US states, including California and Maryland, walked out of classrooms on Monday to protest Donald Trump's election as president.
Panelists at Wednesday’s California-Israel Water Summit at the Wallis speak on the state’s water needs. Pictured below a slide detailing today’s “worst drought in modern times” (from left): Jeff Kightlinger, Metropolitan Water District GM; Liz Crosson, L.A. City Water Policy advisor; Heather Repenning, L.A. Dept. of Public Works commissioner; David Pettijohn, director of Water Resources for MWD; Mark Gold, associate vice chancellor of UCLA; and Ron Miller, executive secretary for the L.A./O.C. Building and Construction Trades Council.
Congressman Ed Royce, the chairman of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, highlighted just how much the U.S. has to learn from Israel on the issue of water while plugging the upcoming California-Israel Water Summit. The groundbreaking conference takes place Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts. For information, visit: jnf.org/watersummits. Pictured (from left): CA-Israel Water Summit co-chair Gina Raphael, Rep. Ed Royce, Consul General of Israel David Siegel, and Recreation and Parks Commissioner Frances Bilak.