LA’s Transportation Department announced Monday a series of street closures that will begin Wednesday night to make way for the convoy moving a 340-ton boulder to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art on Wilshire Boulevard’s Miracle Mile.
Freeway motorists driving in the Pasadena area this weekend can expect to encounter a series of ramp closures prompted by the 123rd Rose Parade.
A bomb squad removed what turned out to be a harmless item found near the Israeli Consulate in the Miracle Mile area.
The 80th annual Hollywood Christmas Parade led by grand marshal Marie Osmond will make its way through the streets of Tinseltown.
A coalition of labor unions, immigrant and community groups have announced plans for a massive march in support of the “Occupy LA” encampment.
WEST HOLLYWOOD (CBS) — Major streets in West Hollywood are shut down through Tuesday morning for the largest Halloween festival in the world, the West Hollywood Halloween Costume Carnaval. Nearly half a million people are […]
Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to crowd Santa Monica Boulevard Monday for Southern California’s biggest Halloween party.
Tens of thousands of bicyclists will claim city streets Sunday, as the City of Los Angeles celebrates its third CicLAvia street closure event.
President Barack Obama’s visit to the Southland Monday caused numerous street closures and traffic throughout West Hollywood.
Major road closures are expected to cause traffic delays Monday when President Obama visits West Hollywood.
Los Angeles will be converted into a race course this weekend with triathletes swimming, biking and running from Venice Beach to downtown.
Streets surrounding the Staples Center are expected to be closed for a second full day to accommodate an X Games auto race.
Olympic ice skater Johnny Weir will serve as the grand marshal for Sunday’s L.A. Pride Parade, which is expected to draw more than 400,000 revelers to West Hollywood.
More than 400,000 people are expected to line Santa Monica Boulevard in West Hollywood Sunday for the 41st annual L.A. Pride parade, celebrating the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities, according to organizers.
The second annual CicLAvia takes place Sunday, leaving nearly 8 miles of city roads shut down to drivers for about five hours.