Port of Los Angeles
The mayors of Los Angeles and Long Beach urged dockworkers and their employers Thursday to resolve labor disputes that have dragged on since last July.
An ongoing labor dispute threatens to reduce work crews on cargo ships by two-thirds.
Extensive congestion at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach is causing major shipping delays, just in time for the holiday season.
A fire at an old wooden wharf at the Port of Los Angeles was extinguished early Wednesday and normal operations resumed after an idle day brought on by smoke from the blaze.
A fierce fire burning at the Port of Los Angeles was contained Tuesday morning, however, officials closed an area school for health concerns.
The West Coast ports that are America’s gateway for hundreds of billions of dollars of trade with Asia and beyond are no stranger to labor unrest and even violence.
L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti says it may be time to do away with the city-owned yacht after CBS2 uncovered that renovation costs were in the millions of dollars.
The leaders of the nation’s busiest sea port approved a nearly $1 billion budget Thursday that focuses on fending off competitors by expanding and modernizing the sprawling trade complex.
The nation’s busiest sea port is set to get a new leader.
Operation Maritime Chokehold is a $30 million program made possible through a grant from Homeland Security.
The Crown Princess cruise ship has returned to the Port of Los Angeles after more than 120 passengers caught a gastrointestinal illness.
A historic battleship in the Port of Los Angeles is getting ready for some overnight guests.
California regulators approved this week development of the first shellfish farm in federal waters off Southern California that could produce about 2.6 million pounds of Mediterranean mussels a year.
Truck drivers are three companies at the Port of Los Angeles walked off the job Monday as part of a 36-hour strike protesting unfair labor practices.
In the wake of a CBS2 investigation, Mayor Eric Garcetti Friday maintained that leadership changes at the Port of Los Angeles had little to do with the controversial skyrocketing cost of its 73-foot yacht.