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Soboroff said Wednesday that USC's proposal to assume management of the parking areas as part of the private university's plan to take control of the Coliseum could be "the end of the museums."
South Figueroa Street, currently a traffic-clogged boulevard, will soon be transformed into a haven for pedestrians and cyclists by the My Figueroa project. The project will revamp Figueroa from 7th Street in downtown L.A. to 41st Street near Exposition Park.
Parklets are small extensions of the sidewalk that create a small park in spaces formerly dedicated to parked cars.
A $1.6 billion proposal to expand the Universal Studios theme park and production facilities won final approval from the Los Angeles City Council on Tuesday and now faces a county review before work can begin.
Alternatives Anaylsis for the SR-710 Project has been released on the Metro website.
The attempt to end hostilities in the Owens Valley pleases residents, but has them wondering why it hasn't come earlier.
A Fashion District property owner is in the very early stage of planning a transformation of 10 acres of mostly unused produce warehouses into a $1 billion hub of housing, office space, hotel rooms and a college campus.
Irrigation in California’s Central Valley pours so much water vapor into the atmosphere that it significantly drives up summer rainfall and runoff in the Southwest, according to a new study.
Kern County supported Mitt Romney by one of the state’s most lopsided margins, and its local congressman, Kevin McCarthy, is the majority whip and a hard-line conservative. Yet the area is heavily dependent on the farming industry, which has hailed the latest immigration reform proposals.
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