Friends Of The LA River Plans Huge Summer Cleanup; County Seeks Comment On Master PlanFrom June to July, Friends of the L.A. River is asking for help cleaning up 100 tons of trash from the waterway.
Human Remains Found In LA River In Los FelizA human femur bone was found in the riverbed, just southeast of Griffith Park.
LA River Recreation Zones Will Open On Memorial Day, But Kayaking Will Be RestrictedThe LA river will be open to the public this summer for walking, fishing and bird watching, as long as people wear face coverings and observe social distance protocols.
Man Rescued In Studio City After Reportedly Jumping Off BridgeA man was rescued Saturday after jumping off a bridge into the Los Angeles River flood control channel in Studio City, according to authorities.
Firefighters Rescue Man Found Holding Onto Tree In LA RiverThe man was first spotted holding onto a tree in the river, about a half mile south of Colorado Boulevard.
State Approves $100 Million For LA River RestorationThe California Legislature on Monday approved $100 million in Proposition 1 funding for restoration of the 51-mile Los Angeles River.
Atwater Village Businesses Fed Up With Stinky Mess Left By The HomelessOne worker says it smells like a stinky toilet outside the Thai restaurant where he works.
10 Things You Didn't Know About The L.A. RiverToday, although the L.A. River does not serve as the premier water source for L.A., it is still a very important part of the history of the city.
Beaches In Long Beach Closed After Sewage Spill Into LA RiverAt least 108,000 gallons of waste spilled into the L.A. River
Coroner Identifies 2 Bodies Recovered From LA River As Missing TeensThe Coroner's Office confirmed Carlos Jovel, 16, and Gustavo Ramirez, 15, were found dead near Cypress Park.
2 Bodies Recovered From LA River During Search For Missing TeensDivers searching for two missing teenagers in the Los Angeles River have found two bodies.
Installation Of Barriers Begin Along Los Angeles RiverThe U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will begin installing barriers along the banks of a stretch of the Los Angeles River Thursday in anticipation of more El Niño storms.
L.A. River Banks To Be Raised To Prevent Floods During El Niño StormsThe U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will begin next week to raise the banks along three miles of the Los Angeles River to improve flood protection during El Niño storms.
High Bacteria Levels In Ocean Pose Health Risks After StormsTons and tons of trash is seen floating down the L.A. River.
Board OKs Proposal To Restore Another Stretch Of Los Angeles RiverPlans may soon be underway to restore the natural ecosystem of miles of the Los Angeles River after a board Thursday approved a proposal that aims to do so.