Los Angeles is slowly moving to allow its residents to keep beehives in their backyards. The Los Angeles City Council has allowed the proposal of backyard beekeeping allowing beekeepers to maintain hives in their backyards.
Bee population is declining significantly. Keeping this factor in mind, authorities concerned have been taking steps. Not only Los Angeles, but other US metropolises have also started to work to help improve the population of honeybees.
Rapper Wiz Khalifa, 27, faced detention at the Los Angeles International Airport, as he refused to get off his hoverboard. The 27-year-old rap star has taken to Instagram to share a photo and a video of the entire incident.
In the video, Khalifa whose real name is Cameron Jibril Thomaz can be seen with many officers and his face is laid down and arms behind his back. The rapper captioned the video, ‘3 cops yell stop resisting. Only thing to do is let em know. I'm not resisting, I'm doin what I want’.
In a recent announcement, Square Enix has revealed that it is set to launch ‘Lara Croft GO’ mobile game on August 27. The game will be based on the Hit Tomb Raider series; and will be priced at $5.
According to the availability details shared by Square Enix, the forthcoming ‘Lara Croft GO’ will be available on iOS, Android, and Windows Phone platforms.
It has been reported that Kelly Clarkson is expecting her second child. During Los Angeles tour stop, the singer announced the news. The singer revealed the news when she broke down into tears after singing her anthem "Piece by Piece".
She was trying to struggle with her emotions and was holding back her tears while introducing the song.
The singer told the crowd that she had no plans of announcing the news. She said that she is pregnant and is having a very hard time. The singer explained how she was unable to sing the song, which she has dedicated to her father.
A wildfire burnt about 300 acres and three structures after it emerged Sunday afternoon in the Castaic area of the Angeles National Forest. Heavy brush triggered the so-called warm-fire. It began at 3:30 am and burnt south aggressively.
The US Forest Service said 300 firefighters were deployed to curb the blaze, and the battle is still on for the same. An investigation has already been launched to identify the cause of the fire.
Kylie Jenner looked sizzling hot in bikinis while playing in the ocean with her sister Kendall Jenner and boyfriend Tyga. She has traveled to Mexico with both of them to extend the celebrations of her birthday. Kylie can be seen showing her curves in the purple colored two-piece.
In the bikini, she can be seen showing her toned upper body. Kylie was seen sporting cornrow hairstyle and a pair of oversized aviator sunglasses, as she enjoyed a dip in the ocean. They were seen splashing water on each other.
In July, a child from Los Angeles was diagnosed with plague while he camped at Yosemite National Park and now is recovering. It is the third case of plague in America. The California Department of Public Health has said that it will conduct an environmental assessment in Yosemite and neighboring areas.
According to Los Angeles officials, it is not possible to irrigate all trees of the city for the reason there is not sufficient water to do that. As a result of this, they have taken a decision to chop down approximately 14,000 dead or dying trees affected by the drought.
Channing Tatum and Matt Bomer were seen at L.A.'s Gay Pride parade yesterday. Also, a photo opportunity with a blowup of Caitlyn Jenner's Vanity Fair cover at the weekend-long festival in West Hollywood Park was set up by Log Cabin Republicans of Los Angeles, a local chapter of the nationwide LGBT republican organization.
Bruce Jenner, a Republican man unhappy with his body, transformed into Caitlyn Jenner, a Republican woman. Jenner has transitioned from an aging male former Olympic gold-medalist into a female now.
A United Nations top climate change official, Christiana Figueres, has been welcomed by Gov. Edmund G. Brown Jr. to Los Angeles.
On Monday, both were present with half a dozen leading scientists with the purpose of talking about effects of climate impacts in the Golden State and other places and the requirement for fast and decisive action to deal with such situations.
According to Governor Brown, California is contributing differently as the Paris conference on climate change approaches.
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