City officials Wednesday got their first look at what’s being touted as a new approach to a uniquely Los Angeles problem: potholes.
Channel Drive was closed Friday evening between Bixby Village Driver and Pacific Coast Highway.
A committee gathered Tuesday to consider a proposal that would allow street vendors to sell food and wares in Los Angeles.
A water main break in Wilmington produced a giant sinkhole Friday that forced the closure of a busy street.
Local and state officials – including Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti – met in Anaheim Friday to focus on ways to reduce traffic congestion and improve commuting options for Southland residents.
Community members along with Los Angeles City Council officials were set Monday for a public hearing on a proposed sidewalk repair program.
Tens of millions of dollars in under-collections as well as major operational failures and poor reporting have been cited as major factors in a Los Angeles effort to pave and maintain city streets, according to officials.
A San Fernando Valley lawmaker is calling for an ban on advertising and selling personal cars on certain streets in the city of Arleta.
Have you ever wondered how the city of Los Angeles decides which streets to repave and which ones to allow to deteriorate?
A water main break in Aliso Viejo Sunday turned one street into a waterway.
In the Trousdale Estates Area of Beverly Hills — traffic officers are now making sure heavy haul trucks don’t get on the street where the two officers were killed.
The Los Angeles City Council was expected Wednesday to consider changes to how the city allows and removes temporary street memorials in the public right-of-way.
A growing online petition is pushing to memorialize actor Paul Walker and Roger Rodas with a street name in Valencia, where they were killed in a fiery crash last month.
The popularity of Thai food is increasing every year and this year, celebrity Chef Jet Tila, in partnership with the Thai Trade Center, will be hosting the very first Thai Food Festival.
A coalition of community groups rallied Wednesday on Twitter as part of an effort to legalize over 10,000 street food vendors in Los Angeles.