Investors behind a vast proposed neo-suburb try to oust a watchful judge
Environmentalists are suing to stop a 5,000-acre development at Tejon Ranch, a picturesque property 60 miles north of Los Angeles made famous by the Chandler family that once owned the Los Angeles Times.Harry Chandler on Olvera Street. The suit claims that Kern County let the Tejon Mountain ... More >>
The Tejon Ranch is 270,000 acres of golden grassland and brooding oaks that were once part of an Army Fort before falling into the hands of the L.A. Times' Chandler family a century ago. For decades the land, which stretches from the Antelope Valley to the Tehachapis, has glowed pristinely on either ... More >>
"Sadly, we've been proven right," says spokesperson from Center for Biological Diversity, which is suing to stop tortoise moves
A battle in the desert over territory and resources, starring hard-shelled refugees, burger-loving insurgents and a couple of dazed road warriors
Will Californias own wild mustangs ever return to Coyote Canyon? Should they?
Southern Californiaís last wild river gets a national spotlight, but will it matter?
Wind power for Los Angeles faces down a new foe
Can the giant birds survive Tejon Ranch development?
The U.S. military faces a battle of another kind in Japan
The Center for Biological Diversity cares as much about the unarmored threespine stickleback as it does a cathedral forest of trees, which is why it is reinventing the environmental movement and could be saving Southern California in the process.
L.A. County must take sides