Officials were forced to shut down the Harbor (110) Freeway in downtown Los Angeles Monday afternoon after a man climbed up a freeway sign.
Hundreds of clerical workers at one of the busiest piers at the Port of Los Angeles defied an order to end a labor strike over alleged staffing shortages.
Officials with the city of Redondo Beach announced plans on Monday for a new hotel and a revitalized pier along the city’s waterfront.
Thousands of jobs are coming to Southern California’s waterfront thanks to billions of dollars in infrastructure projects.
The funds are aimed at replacing the old county-run Martin Luther King Jr.-Drew Medical Center, which was eventually closed after a years of failing federal inspections.
After being stranded off the coast of Southern California since Monday, the 4,500 passengers of the Carnival Splendor are back home.
Officials say there’s no word on when a clean-up effort will be complete after an unknown amount of oil spilled into the harbor.