The latest attempt to build a subway line into the crowded Westside of Los Angeles has hit a bumpy stretch — in Beverly Hills.
A series of swastikas spray-painted on the Westside were likely done by a single individual, police said Wednesday.
President Barack Obama’s visit to the Los Angeles area Monday and Tuesday will affect traffic all over.
The first phase of the line, which will run from downtown Los Angeles to Culver City, is expected to open later this year.
Police on Monday sought two suspects involved in a Westside crime spree that has targeted at least three stores in five days.
The 405 Freeway between the San Fernando Valley and the Westside will be closed July 15-18 for construction.
A portion of Venice Boulevard will be blocked to cross traffic Sunday morning for a new half-marathon and 5K run.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority got federal approval Wednesday to start doing engineering work for a Westside light-rail system and a $1.37 billion “regional connector.”
The so-called “subway to the sea” will now extend as far as Westwood, but is not expected to be finished until 2036.
Transit officials will choose the routes for two major links in Los Angeles County’s rail system that would close a gap in downtown Los Angeles and push a route into the Westside.
Three adults and a teenager were arrested for two separate attacks, including one that left a 16-year-old girl with a stab wound to the face.