6 hours ago | Metro
There was much excitement and ballyhoo when Phase 2 of the Expo line opened in May, allowing L.A.'s nascent rail network to stretch its tracks to within blocks of the salty Pacific Ocean. But there were also complaints that the trains were too slo...
4 days ago | California
Angelenos who show up to vote this November will be met a very long ballot. The Vogue September issue-size booklet will open, astonishingly enough, with Donald Trump running for president (still can't believe it) and go on to include a cavalcade o...
9 days ago | Longform
Erika Rocha spent her 35th birthday — her last birthday — at California Institution for Women (CIW), the smaller of the state's two female-only prisons. In the yard of the Chino Valley facility, about an hour east of downtown L.A., her friends thr...
10 days ago | City Hall
Across the street from City Hall, Black Lives Matter is settling in. They've been protesting for a week, sleeping in tents, and they say they're staying until Mayor Eric Garcetti fires LAPD Chief Charlie Beck. "We’re gonna be there until the...
12 days ago | Development
As if there weren't enough reasons for people to hate on notorious L.A. developer Geoff Palmer, who's brought the city such architectural atrocities as the Orsini and the Da Vinci, Palmer has given a Donald Trump Super PAC a cool $2 million, ...
13 days ago | Animal Welfare
Coyotes, man. They're everywhere. That's what people say, anyway, if you go on social media or websites like Next Door. Even City Councilman Joe Buscaino, who wants the city to revise its Coyote Management Plan, said, in a motion: Despite the...