In many high-poverty urban neighborhoods, it’s nearly impossible for a poor child to find something to read in the summer.
Once blighted and overlooked, these small streets are transforming into community and sustainability hotspots.
Amid the statewide drought, a new pilot program hopes to promote the local water supply.
Stay outta Safetyville.
The 65,000-pound Space Shuttle Program relic has come from New Orleans via the Panama Canal.
A new system gives a numerical ranking to every block of the city’s 22,000 miles.
A conversation with Michael Storper, the author of a new book on why San Francisco has outperformed L.A. in recent decades.
The West has broiled with incredible heat, while the East Coast looks forward to more snow.
A survey of mountain snowpack has revealed below-average water content.
Drifts as deep as 16 feet rest atop the Sierra Nevadas.
The state’s two largest reservoirs have finally exceeded their historical averages.
Never has graphic biological content been so adorable.
El Niño could roar back to life in March, potentially dropping more than 100 inches of snow on the mountains.
Whether it’s because of their popularity or tendency to bolt out the door is anyone’s guess.
But a sharp new study also shows that plenty of others truly prefer their transit trip.
It’s unknown if this mountain powder will help stop the drought.
Last week’s torrential storms showed how deeply unprepared Los Angeles is to help its homeless population deal with El Niño—and climate change.
It’s been a week of savage weather on the West Coast.