Unions, enviros, push hard to ban free-market trash removal.
U.S. Secretary of Commerce John Bryson will be taking a leave of absence from his post while doctors attempt to ascertain the cause of seizures that the former head of Edison International and founder of the National Resources Defense Council sustained on Saturday.The Weekly has learned that Bryson, ... More >>
Guess what? If you live anywhere near the 1,000-acre Inglewood oil field -- in Culver Crest, Baldwin Hills, Baldwin Vista, Ladera Heights, Windsor Hills, Village Green or anywhere around there -- your home is bordering the largest urban oil field in America. Cool, right? It's run by giant Texas oil ... More >>
By Taylor Freitas For Southern Californians living near freeways, in what we at LA Weekly call "Black Lung Lofts," breathing in dirty air has been a concern for years, and it's one that's been neglected by Los Angeles and federal officials. The highly publicized Children's Health Study, released b ... More >>
The downtown NFL arena deal allows a sea of billboards, congestion and millions in public costs
Dennis RomeroCheers for Farmers Field.Updated at the bottom with endorsements today for the stadium plan. First posted at 4:56 p.m. For the first time that we know of organized community opposition to the downtown L.A. stadium plan has cropped up. It comes to us in the form of a letter sent ... More >>
It sounded like such a good idea. But the highly disruptive routes anger many
How Tobin Bell prepares . . . to scare the crap out of you