Port of Los Angeles
A strike at the port of Los Angeles’ busiest terminal spread to six other terminals and the port of Long Beach Wednesday.
Authorities on Sunday were investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of a man whose body was found floating in the water in the Port of Los Angeles.
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The Marine Exchange of Southern California Tuesday unveiled a renewable energy makeover for the vessel traffic control tower at the port of Los Angeles.
A commissioning ceremony was held Wednesday for the retired battleship USS Iowa, which has been converted to a permanent floating museum at the Port of Los Angeles.
CBS2 is getting an exclusive look at the USS Iowa, which docked at the Port of Los Angeles last weekend and will become the a floating museum on July 7.
The USS Iowa is one step closer to becoming a floating museum in the Southland.
The USS Iowa has arrived off the coast of the Port of Los Angeles, where the country’s last World War II-era battleship will become a floating museum.
The USS Iowa left the Port of Richmond Saturday morning for Los Angeles where it will become a floating museum.
The USS Iowa will have a permanent home at the Port of Los Angeles, after a unanimous vote Thursday by the Los Angeles Harbor Commission to reserve prime waterfront space for the historic battleship.
The Port of Los Angeles is not just a cruise ship destination, but also a top location for educational family fun.
Gov. Jerry Brown will welcome Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping to California with a tour of the Port of Los Angeles and events highlighting the economic and cultural ties between the world’s most populous nation and the U.S. state with the greatest population and largest economy.
Congressman Darrell Issa from Washington questions why the port of Los Angeles owns a 73-foot yacht called the Angelena, and why they’re using taxpayer money to refurbish it.
The director of the Port of L.A. Tuesday had to explain to the L.A. City Council why she spent nearly $200,000 to wine and dine people at a lavish party, which was exposed by a CBS2 News investigation.