Testing will begin next week on the Metro Expo Line extension from Culver City to Santa Monica.
The Pacific Wheel’s 160,000 energy-efficient LED lights went out at 8:30 p.m. with the exception of rim safety lighting, recognizing the climate change campaign.
Turns out the hills of Los Angeles are alive with the sound of music – sort of.
A lengthy project is about to get underway to rebuild the California Incline — the landmark slanted road that connects the top of seaside Santa Monica’s towering Palisades bluffs with Pacific Coast Highway down below.
CBS2/KCAL9 was there Monday morning as doctors in Santa Monica performed what they’re calling groundbreaking surgery.
The suspect crashed in the area of Napa Street and Wystone Avenue.
When LA Marathon winners Daniel Limo and Olga Kimaiyo crossed the finish line Sunday morning it was about 76 degrees, but thousands of slower runners dealt with temperatures closer to 90 by the time they reached Santa Monica.
Runners planning their trip to the starting line and commuters hoping to avoid a traffic slowdown will want to note the following road closures and alternate bus routes.
The Los Angeles Marathon has sold out for the third straight year, with over 26,000 runners from all 50 states and over 55 countries registered for the March 15 race.
On a sun-splashed Saturday afternoon at the beach it was hard to remember that less than a week ago Southland residents were huddled under umbrellas and wearing jackets to stay warm and dry.
Detectives sought the public’s help Monday to identify two people that witnessed a murder in Santa Monica.
Authorities investigated Friday the circumstances surrounding a dead body found along the Pacific Coast Highway.
Following a more than four hour standoff, a man who had barricaded himself in a Santa Monica home surrendered to police Saturday afternoon.
While the East is preparing for yet another round of winter weather, beaches in the Southland saw big crowds trying to escape the heat on Saturday.
Santa Monica’s water rates could increase increase by nearly 80 percent over the next five years according to a proposal that is currently under consideration by the City Council, and that’s not sitting well with residents.