Mayor, City Leaders Launch La Kretz Blue Economy IncubatorLos Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti joined community leaders at a ceremony celebrating the start of construction for the La Kretz Blue Economy Incubator.
Mexican Tall Ship Returns To Port Of LAMexican Navy tall ship Cuauhtémoc returned to the Port of Los Angeles for the third time on Friday.
LA-Long Beach Ports Approve Clean Air PlanHarbor commissioners have approved plans to drastically cut air pollution at the twin ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach by 2035.
Port Of LA Ups Security In Response To Crane-Climber FiascoA car theft suspect climbed a 17-story crane, stripped off his clothes, and then plunged to his death.
Metro's Bike Share System Launches At Port Of L.A.The L.A. Waterfront now has 120 bikes and 13 bike share stations.
LA Port Terminal Still Shut Down Following Cyber-AttackThe terminal is run by Danish shipping company A.P. Moller-Maersk.
Ex-Port Of LA Police Chief Sentenced To 2 Years In PrisonThe former chief of the Port of Los Angeles Police Department was sentenced to two years in federal prison for failing to report more than $1 million in income.
Transit Security Beefed Up In Wake Of Deadly Terror Attacks In BrusselsTransit security across Southern California was ramped up Tuesday in response to the terror bombings that killed at least 34 and injured scores more in Belgium.
Alaskan Bottling Company Proposes New Idea To Fight Drought Conditions In CaliforniaThe CEO of Alaska Bulk Water, Terry Trapp, announced plans to try and export water from Blue Lake, located near Sitka, which gets plenty of rain each year.
LA City Council Committee Approves Proposal To Open Dog Park At Cabrillo BeachA Los Angeles City Council committee Monday is expected to discuss a proposal to open a dog park at Cabrillo Beach.
5 Cargo Containers Fall Into Water At Port Of LAAuthorities say nobody was hurt when five stacked cargo containers fell from a ship into the water at the Port of Los Angeles.
Truck Drivers End Strike At Ports of LA, Long BeachDrivers who picketed several trucking firms at the nation's busiest seaport complex returned to work Friday after a weeklong strike they say will not be their last.