Gondola To Dodger Stadium Moves Closer To DevelopmentA gondola between Union Station and Dodger Stadium moved closer to reality Thursday, as Metro signed a letter of intent to formally begin negotiations with the firm that wants to develop it.
Metrolink Marks 10th Anniversary Of Chatsworth CrashIt was 10 years ago today 25 people onboard a Metrolink train died when it crashed into a Union Pacific train in Chatsworth. M
Pursuit Ends In Injury Crash Outside Union StationThe pedestrian was hurt by flying debris, officials said.
Gondolas From Union Station To Dodger Stadium One Step Closer To Becoming A RealityLos Angeles Metro on Tuesday sent a formal request for information on the proposed aerial tram project floated back in April.
Mother Of Boy Found Alone At Union Station Charged With FelonyDava Denise Webster, 31, of Walnut Creek has been charged with one count of felony child endangerment, the L.A. County District Attorney said Monday.
LAPD Finds Family Of Boy Abandoned At Union Station; Mom ArrestedDava Webster has been booked on felony child endangerment for abandoning the boy at Union Station Wednesday night.
Police Unable To ID Young Boy Found Alone At Union StationAuthorities have had trouble communicating with the boy, who did not initially respond to verbal contact or sign language. He is not deaf, however.
Best Things To Do This Weekend In Los Angeles - March 9-11Even with a little rain in the forecast, there's plenty to do! From craft beer and concerts to art walks and food fairs, here is a quick list of the top events this weekend!
Best Things To Do This Week In Los Angeles - February 12-18It's a week full of celebrations, with Fat Tuesday, Valentine's Day, and the start of the Lunar New Year!
LA Metro Red Line Celebrates 25 Years Of ServiceThe Los Angeles Metro Red Line celebrated 25 years of service on Monday.
6 Top January 2018 Events To Say Yes To In Los AngelesIt's a new year, and with it comes plenty of great activities to say yes to! So, instead of skipping out on rich cultural events, say yes to these creative and awesome ideas this incredible city has to offer.
After Decades Under Wraps, Censored 80-Foot LA Mural Goes On Display At Union StationCreated in 1981, “L.A. History: A Mexican Perspective” has only been shown once prior in its entirety.