The Los Angeles City Council Tuesday continued to consider whether to grant historical status to the city’s oldest operating Norms diner.
Pacific Gas & Electric has settled a lawsuit filed by a Bakersfield man who was badly injured during the botched demolition of a power plant.
The city’s Cultural Heritage Commission Thursday unanimously agreed to nominate the famous Norms restaurant on La Cienega Boulevard to be considered as a historical monument.
A fight to designate an iconic coffee shop as a cultural monument could be going down to the wire.
There is a growing push to save a historic Manhattan Beach home slated for demolition.
The Century Crunch bridge demolition project wrapped up ahead of schedule Monday.
Commuters traveling to and from LAX next month could face traffic congestion due to the planned 57-hour demolition of a defunct railroad bridge on Century Boulevard.
A demolition crew arrived Wednesday to survey the damage after a massive fire at a historic two-story church in South Los Angeles gutted the building and injured two firefighters.
Construction began Monday for a hotel and entertainment complex in West Hollywood.
Once a cutting edge research and development center, the Santa Susana Field Laboratory in the hills above Simi Valley long ago became a contaminated, radioactive source of great concern.
The start of deconstruction of an iconic hotel in the heart of downtown Los Angeles could put thousands of people back to work over the next several years.
Construction during “Carmageddon II,” the shutdown of 10 miles of the 405 Freeway through the Sepulveda Pass, finished ahead of schedule Sunday, allowing crews to reopen all lanes before midnight.
The event that many feared would be the “Carmageddon” of epic traffic jams cruised calmly to a finish Sunday, with work on the half-century-old Mulholland Bridge completed nearly a full day ahead of schedule and officials reopening a 10-mile stretch of the busy 405 Freeway.