For California Salmon, Summer Of Truck Rides, Bucket LiftsWhat do you do when you have 30 million young salmon ready for their big journeys downstream, but drought and development have dried your riverbeds to sauna rocks? In California this year, you give the fish a ride.
Officials Hold Groundbreaking Ceremony For Affordable Housing Complex Along LA RiverA former blighted freight rail yard along the Los Angeles River has been completely transformed into an affordable housing complex just three miles from downtown Los Angeles.
'Lucky' Day: Dog Saved In LA River Rescue Reunited With FirefightersMembers of the Los Angeles Fire Department met with Lucky the dog and his new owner Thursday for the first time since his dramatic river rescue last month.
City Attorney Launches Crackdown On Illegal Dumping Along LA RiverCity officials Thursday unveiled a new effort to curb illegal dumping along the Los Angeles River.
The World's 7 Coolest Floating HotelsFrom retired ocean liners and rock-themed submarines, to tricked-out houseboats and huts tied to inner tubes, here are seven of the world's coolest.
Silver Lake Officials: We Are Not An Eastside NeighborhoodOfficials in Silver Lake have a message for the rest of the Southland: stop calling our neighborhood "Eastside".
At Least 7 People Rescued From Fast-Moving Waters In ColtonAt least one man and possibly one canine were reportedly airlifted to safety Thursday in Colton.
Concept Vehicle Would Whisk Commuters Down LA River 'Subway' Forget the freeways: automotive designers want to get you to work via the Los Angeles River.
SoCal Water Agency Braces For Reduced Imports Due To Drought Southern California's primary water import agency is planning for reduced state deliveries due to back-to-back dry years in the Sierra Nevada and the Colorado River, officials said Monday.
Army Corp Of Engineers Release Plans To Restore LA River HabitatThe U.S. Army Corps of Engineers released four different proposals Friday to restore the natural habitat of the Los Angeles River.
Drop In Colorado River Levels Could Slash Water Supply To SoCal A dramatic drop in the Colorado River's water level could fuel a supply crisis in Southern California and throughout the Western United States, federal officials said Tuesday.