Man Climbs Construction Crane 200 Feet Above Hollywood Blvd., Taken Into Custody 3 Hours LaterLAFD personnel were called to the 6100 block of W. Hollywood Blvd., where the man stood approximately 200 feet above ground.
Man Rescued From Manhole In South LAA worker reportedly fell 15 feet into an open manhole in South L.A.
'Super Wood' Could Replace Steel, Engineers Say"This new way to treat wood makes it 12 times stronger than natural wood and 10 times tougher," the University of Maryland's Liangbing Hu said in a press release.
Cost Climbs By $2.8 Billion For California Bullet TrainOfficials increased the cost estimate for the first phase of California's high speed rail project by 35 percent on Tuesday, to $10.6 billion.
Target To Remain Unfinished After Judge Rules No To Resuming ConstructionThe city first gave Target permission to build on the site in 2012.
Newly Expanded 91 Freeway Opens In CoronaThe newly constructed lanes, which were built as part of the three-year-old $1.4 billion widening project, opened Monday.
Ground Broken On New $1.6B Terminal At LAXMayor Eric Garcetti and other city leaders helped break ground Monday on the Midfield Satellite Concourse, which will connect to the Tom Bradley International Terminal via an underground tunnel.
Going Somewhere? Don't Forget These Weekend Freeway ClosuresRepair work on three SoCal freeways will make it hard to get around Pasadena, Corona and Hollywood this weekend.
Airplanes To Begin Using Shortened Runway At LAXAccording to Los Angeles World Airports, Runway 24L/6R located on the north side of the airport will remain shortened until September 2016.
Family Of Construction Worker Hurt In Bridge Collapse Praying For Christmas MiracleDoctors told Ann Boyd to prepare for the worst when her only son was injured on the job.
Construction Project Will Partially Close 15 Freeway In CoronaThe closures will occur between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. each night.
US Government Expects Construction Jobs To Grow Significantly In Coming YearsThe U.S. government predicts that 1,600,000 new construction jobs will be created by 2022. Construction managers in Los Angeles can earn as much as $106,000 a year. CBS News Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger reports.

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