A natural gas line ruptured at a construction site in Mar Vista Monday, prompting officials to close a nearby street.
The exclusive line also includes coats and handbags.
Residents and commuters on the Westside faced prolonged traffic delays Tuesday as new construction on the Expo light rail line got underway.
City and county officials spoke out on Monday against a group of homeowners who want to stop all construction on the Expo Line project.
Transit officials have created a special task force to find out why there are so many accidents and suicides involving Blue Line trains.
The trains are now rolling into Culver City, but in just a few years, the Expo Line will finally reach Santa Monica.
Soccer finally embraced goal-line technology. The sport’s governing body said Thursday it will introduce the format at the seven-team Club World Cup in Japan in December, with plans to use it in Brazil at the 2013 Confederations Cup and 2014 World Cup.
Metro will offer free rides all weekend long for the opening of the four-mile Orange Line extension from Canoga Park to Chatsworth.
Serious concerns are being raised about safety at a number of crossings along the the Metro Expo Line in downtown Los Angeles.
The city’s newest light rail line faced increased scrutiny on Monday after officials discovered a critical design flaw that could raise the risk of train derailments.
A federal probe into a massive power outage last year has revealed major coordination problems among electrical grid operators that went beyond any single-source failure.
Dozens of shoppers are waiting for the Best Buy store on La Brea Avenue to open at 12 a.m. Friday.
Nicole Johnson of the Butterball Turkey Talk Line visited KCAL9 Monday to talk share turkey preparation tips as well as emergency solutions.
Metro rail will be expanding its night service on certain commuter lines in an effort to bring more riders to downtown Los Angeles.
It isn’t always easy getting around downtown Los Angeles on foot, especially if you’re trying to get to the top of Bunker Hill.