UCLA researchers invented a potential COVID-19 treatment that uses nanotechnology and enzymes to reduce lung inflammation.
Yunfeng Lu, a chemical and biomolecular engineering professor, said his team found that the naturally occurring enzyme called catalase could reduce the severity of COVID-19.
The Los Angeles City Council made budget cuts to the Los Angeles Police Department following calls for action from neighborhood councils across the city of Los Angeles.
Thousands marched the streets across the nation this past week in protest for Black Americans’ rights and against police brutality in response to the death of George Floyd.
A local neighborhood council committee is calling for the removal of required parking minimums from North Westwood Village zoning regulations.
Parking minimums are requirements for a certain number of parking spaces based on the number of residents or guests expected by the developer.
Candidates for the office of Los Angeles District Attorney pledged to rely on science in prosecutions at a UCLA event Wednesday.
The candidate Q&A at Geffen Hall was hosted by the Science Policy Group at UCLA, a student group that advocates for social issues related to science, health, technology and the environment.
Students who sleep in their vehicles are once again prohibited from doing so in certain areas by the Los Angeles City Council.
The policy extension, which passed the council July 30, directly affects homeless residents, students and commuters who live in cars, trucks and camper vans across the city of Los Angeles.
More than a hundred streets across Los Angeles will have new speed limits starting Sunday.
LA City Council members unanimously voted to raise and lower speed limits for roughly 114 miles of streets in the greater Los Angeles area Dec.
Street vendors can now sell food and drinks legally across the state of California.
Gov. Jerry Brown signed Senate Bill 946 into law Monday, allowing vendors to operate without any criminal prosecutions starting Jan.
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