Nov 14, 2011

Eco Fashion with Maria Cornejo

Eco Fashion with Maria Cornejo

Maria Cornejo was honored for her commitment to earth-friendly design -- a fitting tribute for a woman focused on keeping as much design as she can within peoples' hands. While she insists that...

Nov 11, 2011

Green Cars at the LA Auto Show

Green Cars at the LA Auto Show

A look at this year's Green Car of the Year finalists.

Nov 11, 2011

Blue Jeans Go Green

Blue Jeans Go Green

Levi Strauss claims its new "waterless" jeans are better for the planet.

Nov 11, 2011

Western Black Rhino Declared Extinct

Western Black Rhino Declared Extinct

A quarter of all mammals are at risk of extinction, conservation group says.

Nov 11, 2011

Administration Urges New Wilderness Protections

Nov 11, 2011

'Fracking' Chemical Found in Town's Aquifer

Nov 11, 2011

Senate Majority Rejects GOP Bid to Block EPA

Nov 11, 2011

Parks in Peril: Budget Impasse Could Take a Major Toll

Nov 11, 2011

US Orders Alternate Routes For Controversial Oil Pipeline

Nov 11, 2011

'Rock Snot' Invades Fish Hatchery

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Woman's CheapAir Ordeal Ends After Hassles

Woman's CheapAir Ordeal Ends After Hassles

If an air traveler has a change in plans, sometimes changing that ticket isn't so easy. One woman found that out when her stepson got hurt and she couldn't make the flight. When she went to get a refund, she got...

Escaped Goat Gives Birth to 2 Kids in Back of Truck

Escaped Goat Gives Birth to 2 Kids in Back of Truck

A Riverside County animal control officer retrieved an escaped goat in Perris that ended up giving birth to two kids while being transported to a facility 25-minutes away.

SoCal Firefighter Had Ecstasy, Alcohol in System: Report

SoCal Firefighter Had Ecstasy, Alcohol in System: Report

The Southern California firefighter who went missing during a mountain camping trip and was later found dead had Ecstasy and alcohol in his system when he died, according to a toxicology report obtained by NBC4...

OC Health Officials Warn of West Nile Virus

OC Health Officials Warn of West Nile Virus

Orange County vector control officials on Friday met with residents to teach them how to protect themselves from West Nile Virus, which now has nine confirmed human cases in the county.

Slain USC Student Remembered at Memorial Service

Slain USC Student Remembered at Memorial Service

Hundreds of students stood silent and solemn during a memorial service on Friday to remember USC graduate student Xinran Ji, fatally beaten in a botched robbery last week near the campus.

Law Firms Stepping Up to Represent Immigrant Children

Law Firms Stepping Up to Represent Immigrant Children

As the border crisis continues to spark debate, Los Angeles-area law firms and nonprofits looking to increase free legal services to immigrant children are finding themselves in need of more resources.