Ecologists, fire management officers, and tree-lovers alike are seeking ways to protect generations of sequoias from catastrophic forest fires.
Learn how this historic Black-owned bank made a difference in 1960s Los Angeles.
The Air Force program at USC will start collaborating with the Space Force as a part of their academic partnership program.
In the face of lower positivity rates after the Omicron surge, vaccinated people may now ditch the mask in certain indoor spaces.
Some students say little has changed a year after Christopher Manning was hired but others believe that DEI initiatives take time to implement.
The Metrolink rail system offers free rides each year on the day, but some residents say more needs to be done to ensure Angelenos have access to equitable transportation.
After two years of COVID-19 protocols limiting events and gatherings, the Trojan Farmers Market has returned to campus.
President Biden signed a 1.2 trillion-dollar infrastructure bill today. This includes 44.56 billion dollars for California with 9.45 billion dollars of it going to public transportation. We take a look at what impact that will have on LA’s current and future transportation projects. Ethan Huang has the story.
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, stable child care organizations have been an elusive find for parents all across the US. USC Graduate students with children likewise have experienced woes in trying to find a program that makes sense for them. Sam Reno has the story.
31 years ago, there was a devastating oil spill in Southern California, but despite the preventative measures put in place since then, there was another spill reported near Huntington Beach recently.