Southern California Edison owns and operates the engineering feat, commonly referred to as the Big Creek Project and dubbed "The Hardest Working Water in the World." Read the full story here.
It was late April 1975 when refugee camps sprang up across the U.S. to shelter 100,000-plus Vietnamese who fled after the fall of Saigon. At Camp Pendleton, with just 36 hours' notice, enlisted crews swept the grounds, put down plywood floors, set up hundreds of tents and thousands of cots and...
Thousands of students across Southern California are beginning school this week, including the Los Angeles Unified School District, which starts its school year Tuesday.
Originally formed to locate immigrants who had failed to comply with a judge’s deportation order, the Immigration and Customs Enforcement program is increasingly being used to find immigrants with criminal convictions who have recently been let out of jail.
National parks are the latest target of graffiti artists.