If you thought .08 was a tough blood alcohol limit for driving under the influence, just wait.
There's a movement afoot to lower the threshold to .05, which some of the lighter weights among us could hit in under an hour with just a few drinks under their belts. In fact:
Three people were killed when a helicopter reportedly involved in the filming of a reality show crashed in Acton over the weekend.
The crash at the Polsa Rosa Movie Ranch was reported at 3:40 a.m. Sunday by the Los Angeles County Fire Department.
A company called Bongo Productions was ...
Updated at the bottom with the pilot's ID. Headline has been modified. First posted at 6:28 p.m. Friday.
A small plane crashed in West Los Angeles today.
NBC Los Angeles reported the plane might have been en route to Santa Monica Airport when the crash happened shortly after 6 p.m.
The L.A. Fire ... More >>
The federal government has been getting all up in your business lately. One federal whistle blower last year said he believes the National Security Agency is storing all our emails. You know, just in case. And President Obama recently flip-flopped on medical marijuana, saying flat out that pot busin ... More >>
California drivers should be able to store proof of insurance and vehicle registration on their smartphones, says Mike Gatto, a state assemblyman for Los Angeles, in his proposed Assembly Bill 1708.
Which really makes us think: How does this not exist already?
Gatto feels the same way. "It only m ... More >>
The National Transportation Safety Board wants to treat your car like an airplane. Basically, once you buckle up, it's time to shut off all electronic devices.
That's the recommendation of the board today following its review of a summer 2010 Missouri highway crash that killed two and injure ... More >>
SouthwestA Southwest Airlines 737.Turns out we know how Southwest Airlines keeps it ticket prices so low: Old, beater airplanes.
We kid. But seriously, problems continued to dog the discounter over the weekend after a Southwest flight from Oakland to San Diego had to make an emergency landin ... More >>
Federal investigators have revealed for the first time that not only
had Metrolink engineer Robert Sanchez allowed youthful train
enthusiasts to ride along with him in his locomotive's cab, but also permitted some to work the train's controls. In fact, Sanchez, an avid text-messenger, was busy makin ... More >>
Attorneys have leveled sensational charges against the operators of the Metrolink train that crashed in Chatsworth killing 25 people last September. At a packed news conference held today at the Silver Lake offices of Hildebrand, McCleod and Nelson, firm lawyers claimed that engineer Robert Sanchez ... More >>