City officials were set Friday to install high-tech pipes to help make of the San Fernando Valley’s biggest hospitals ready for the next big quake.
“I never thought in my lifetime I would see these trees coming down, it’s sad really,” said Enrique “Kruton” Alvarez.
Lucio Soibelman, a professor at USC’s School of Engineering, believes concerns over liability are hindering LADWP from conducting preventative measures.
An overturned big rig on the westbound 10 Freeway has snarled traffic for miles in Downtown L.A.
The cold weather has doubled the number of water main breaks the city has had to fix over the last week.