New Maps Detail Earthquake Faults On LA's WestsideNew and very detailed maps of earthquake faults on LA’s Westside could make a major impact on any new development in the area.
Longtime Residents, Developers Wage Battle In Atwater Village Neighborhood"It's sort of the last little area that's equestrian in the city of L.A," says resident Jackie Sloan.
Coastal Commission Staff Supports Edge's Development PlanThe Edge appears to be edging closer to approval for his long-delayed proposal to build five luxury homes near a ridge overlooking Malibu.
Developers Eye Shopping Center On Site Of Sportsmen's Lodge ComplexA portion of a longtime San Fernando Valley landmark will soon be an upscale outdoor mall.
Trump Drops Plans For Luxury Homes On Palos Verdes Golf Course Donald Trump says he's abandoning plans to build luxury homes on the driving range of his 18-hole seaside golf course in Los Angeles County.
Sunset Strip House of Blues Getting Wrecking Ball For Mixed-Use High-Rise The world-famous House of Blues is destined for the wrecking ball and several new high-end hotels are coming up and down the glitzy stretch of roadway.
Local Couple Gives Disabled Children A Place To Play After Loss Of SonScott Williams and Catherine Curry-Williams founded Shane's Inspiration to raise money for these special playgrounds.
City Council OKs Controversial Santa Monica Development Project A controversial development project in the city of Santa Monica was closer to becoming a reality Wednesday after a City Council vote to approve the proposal.
Santa Monica Residents Fight Controversial Development Project Prior To Council VoteThe controversial Hines project, one of the largest developments proposed for the city in 20 years, is drawing intense opposition from residents.
Brentwood Bookstore Spared After Developer Scraps Shopping Center PlansA Brentwood building recognized as a historical and cultural monument by the city of Los Angeles has been spared of the wrecking ball - for now.
New Plan For Irvine's Great Park Sparks Heated DebateThe Irvine City Council met late into the night Tuesday to consider a proposal that would allow a developer to build twice as many residences on the Great Park property as was previously approved.