A federal agency that has jurisdiction over California’s bullet train says it has the authority to pre-empt state environmental law, creating uncertainty for numerous lawsuits fighting the project.
Authorities say he tried to kidnap a woman from a fitness center parking lot Wednesday night, but was stopped by an off duty FBI agent who opened fire.
The suspect, driving a white pick-up truck, had led police on a chase at over 100mph on the southbound 215 before he was stopped in a residential neighborhood and handcuffed.
The popular saying that “everywhere in L.A. takes 20 minutes” could take on a whole new meaning if one City Council member has his way.
A Southern California Congresswoman on Thursday defended plans for a high-speed rail project despite spiraling costs and concerns over its long-term viability.
A bank robbery and pursuit suspect was fatally shot Friday morning after he opened fire on Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputies.
Police have taken a man into custody in Van Nuys following a high speed pursuit and foot chase early Monday morning.
A high-speed pursuit along two freeways ended on Wednesday with the driver in custody.
Officials with the state board overseeing the project said they have managed to trim $30 billion off of the estimated $98 billion price tag.
The owner of a stolen motorcycle spoke with KCAL9 News after his bike was involved in a wild police chase that ended in a horrific crash with two people riding Tuesday night.
A proposed multi-billion-dollar rail project was the target of skepticism from yet another group on Thursday.
An Orange County lawmaker is proposing legislation that would end California’s multi-billion dollar dream of high-speed railway.
A male suspect, possibly wanted for a failure to yield and for driving without his lights on, has been leading police on a high-speed chase Thursday evening.
Amtrak and rail projects in 15 states are being awarded the $2 billion that Florida lost after the governor canceled plans for high-speed train service, the Department of Transportation said Monday.
The California High-Speed Rail Authority says it’s heard from more than 1,100 large and small businesses interested in financing, designing, constructing and operating the planned bullet train system.