Compressed natural gas buses have saved Los Angeles County an average of 47 cents per mile on fuel the past 15 years.
They were in Seattle and elsewhere. And counties from California to Ohio have proposed parks levies for the November ballot, whether it’s to simply maintain park space or add more in underserved areas.
Also in our State and Local Daily Digest: N.Y.C. gets more details about long-term subway closure; and PETA vs. Billings Parks and Recreation
It’s easy to forget just how large Los Angeles is—not the City of Los Angeles, mind you, the County of Los Angeles.
Starting Thursday, Los Angeles County plays host to the National Association of Counties annual gathering. On Friday, Executive Editor Michael Grass will moderate panel discussions at NACo’s Technology Innovation Summit. Watch it live.
A nonprofit releases a new comprehensive aid to planning many aspects of complex restoration effort.
The Armorway platforms AI algorithm generates an unpredictable security plan after predicting what adversaries might do.
In order to create vibrant riverside communities, tax-increment financing may be needed to make the bold riparian vision a reality.
This city in Los Angeles County is on a mission to reduce the number of vehicles on the road. And an app makes it easy to do so.
Public library systems, water systems, law enforcement and health departments have all been recently targeted by the cyberattack tactic.
Along Crenshaw Boulevard in Los Angeles, local community arts, music and dance organizations were the recipients of 40 West African style drums made from the wood.
A name can be a powerful way to garner community support for an important transit project.
Here’s another reminder that destruction is always around the corner in Southern California.
Tax surprises await some elderly Kansans and mussels monitoring Puget Sound water quality.
Development is nowhere near where it needs to be to lower purchase and rental costs, officials say. By 2021, 82,000 new units will be needed.
Medical screenings, mental health and substance abuse services are all under one roof.
Professional opinions in the Golden State are combating misinformation about proposed changes to the labor code.
The estimated $75 billion in revenue generated over the next 40 years could go toward rail line extensions, added carpool lanes, bus stop upgrades or new bikeway connections.