Pro Football Hall Of Fame Begins $476 Million Construction ProjectConstruction crews have started working on the first phase of the Pro Football Hall of Fame's $476 million Hall of Fame Village project in Canton.
Dubbed By Some As 'Most Depressing Starbucks In America,’ Highland Park Coffee Shop Getting FaceliftChange is brewing at a local coffee shop that has been called "the most depressing Starbucks in America" by some.
Former May Co. Building In Downtown May Soon Be RenovatedA building that previously housed the May Company may soon be renovated.
Some Metro Blue Line Trains To Experience Service Disruptions Starting SaturdayFor the next month, Metro Blue Line trains will not be headed into downtown Long Beach as part of a $1.2 billion facelift.
Christ Cathedral To Close Until 2016 For Major RenovationsChrist Cathedral, formerly known as the Crystal Cathedral, will close for major renovations this weekend.
Delta Airlines Terminal At LAX To Undergo $229M Face LiftLAX's Delta Air Lines terminal is undergoing a $229 million face lift.
Dodgers Unveil $100M In Stadium RenovationsThe Los Angeles Dodgers Friday unveiled $100 million in stadium improvements as the team prepares for its 52nd season at the iconic Elysian Park venue.
Crenshaw Plaza Mall Shows Off $35M RenovationCall it an extreme make0ver mall edition.
Plan To Cut Tube Wear Falls Short At San Onofre Nuke Site A $670 million overhaul at California's San Onofre nuclear plant was expressly intended to avoid the types of ailments that have sidelined its twin reactors.
6 Hurt, 3 Critically, In Stanton House Fire A home in Stanton undergoing renovations caught on fire Friday evening injuring six, at least three critically.
City Officials Seek To Renovate Buildings In LA For Homeless VeteransThe Veterans Affairs Department has announced a master plan to transform buildings at a West Los Angeles VA site that are the subject of a lawsuit over housing and other services for the homeless.
LA Coliseum Can't Afford Promised $60M RenovationsThe Los Angeles Coliseum Commission says it can't afford $60 million in stadium renovations it promised to the University of Southern California.