(August 22, 2014) California Chamber of Commerce-supported job creator legislation to restore full funding to the California Competes Tax Credit program is moving through the Legislature.
(August 21, 2014) Makeup artists transformed legislative interns into pirates of the Caribbean and cameramen used the magic of the green screen to transport visitors to the Oval Office with the cast of “Scandal.”
(August 20, 2014) A robust rainy day reserve, which socks away unanticipated taxes, is the best hedge against a return to the bad old days of budget deficits. Loren Kaye in Fox and Hounds Daily
(August 19, 2014) California Chamber of Commerce-supported legislation that will resolve confusion between state and federal rules governing health care enrollment waiting periods has been signed into law.
(August 18, 2014) A growing coalition led by the California Chamber of Commerce continues to seek employer comments on how proposed changes to the state's unique heat illness prevention rules will affect employers of outdoor workers.
(August 15, 2014) The Senate Appropriations Committee sent four “job killer” bills along for consideration by the full Senate yesterday, bringing to five the number of “job killers” awaiting a vote by the entire Senate.
(August 14, 2014) Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. has signed legislation to put a comprehensive water bond before voters this November. The water bond is supported by a broad array of organizations, including the California Chamber of Commerce.
(August 13, 2014) California businesses on average have 19 percent higher operating costs per job than businesses in the rest of the country, according to a study released by the California Foundation for Commerce and Education.
(August 12, 2014) The state Supreme Court has held unanimously that the California Environmental Quality Act does not apply to a local voter initiative when the local government adopts the initiative rather than placing it on a special election ballot.
(August 11, 2014) The California Chamber of Commerce is urging members to ask senators to oppose a “job killer” bill that forces one employer to be liable for another’s employment obligations and creates significant costs for the General Fund.
Although Pranav Kalyan of Agoura Hills has accomplished more in 10 years than many do in a lifetme, he worked hard to do so. Presented by Grape-Nuts.
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The seafood spot replaces a French bakery in business since the 1980s.
National weather service warns of "elevated fire danger."
A 45-minute silent ride is dedicated to a Valley Glen teen who died when hit by a car in March.
A rollover sparks a collision, but victims are treated for non-life threatening injuries.
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Fire stations will be holding an open house from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Area residents can leave non-perishable food items next to their mailbox for letter carriers to collect.
The exhibit is running from May 10 through July 1.
The bi-monthly journey through the neighborhood's past returns this weekend.
Aerospace engineer Bill Ailor, founder of the Palos Verdes Peninsula Land Conservancy, has spent 25 years fighting to preserve open space in the South Bay. Sponsored by Grape-Nuts.
The blend of theaters and places to hang out make the arts district a standout spot for the local TV network.
The cost of colonoscopies, MRIs, CT scans and mammogram can shift a lot from county to county.
More than 100 crimes are reported in the NoHo Arts District in the last two weeks of April.
The burglaries happened in Van Nuys and North Hollywood.
The local neighborhood council meets the second Wednesday of every month.
The Pacific Opera Project attracts audiences with an intimate experience at a surprising venue. Sponsored by Grape-Nuts.
In doing their job, employees of the Los Angeles Fire Department put out a structure fire before anyone could have been seriously injured.