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Gold Line extension to Montclair hits another milestone

Soon the Gold Line will connect six more foothill cities. Engineering plans were approved Thursday for the 12.3-mile extension connecting Glendora to Montclair.

Homemade pan-fried pork and cucumber potstickers.

The market for homemade authentic Chinese cuisine flourishes in LA

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Why a Chinese messaging app is a component of an underground market for home-cooked cuisine from China.

Vin Scully Tribute Ceremony

Vin Scully is the greatest sports broadcaster of all time

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Legendary Dodgers announcer Vin Scully has just a few more hours of airtime in a broadcast career that has spanned 67 years. Take Two'st A Martinez explains why he thinks Scully is the greatest broadcaster of all time.

6 ways Vin Scully is unique among sports announcers

He will call his final game for the Los Angeles Dodgers Sunday in San Francisco. Here are six reasons why he's the best announcer who ever lived.

Petition asks Knott's to bring back Fear VR

The attraction was pulled because critics say it was made light of the mentally ill.

Hate crimes on the rise in LA County

The Los Angeles County Commission on Human Relations tallied 483 reported hate crimes in 2015, an increase of nearly 100 offenses over the previous year.

Safety system in use in LA might have stopped NJ train crash

The Positive Train Control safety system can automatically slow or stop a train headed for a crash. Despite a federal mandate, most rail lines have not installed it.

New law clears way for 1,200 apartments for LA's homeless vets

The law restores the VA's authority to sign leases at its Westwood campus. Besides housing, it permits a variety of other services for vets.

Hollywood Palladium is going to be LA's next cultural monument

One of Hollywood's most famous indoor concert venues was approved to become an official Los Angeles landmark.

Left out: Why LA is the city of unprotected left turns

Anyone who's navigated L.A. traffic knows the horror of the unprotected left turn. It's almost an Angeleno right of passage.

For-profit companies still parking at West LA VA

More than three years after a federal judge ruled its lease invalid, a company called Westside Services is fighting eviction from veterans' land.

OC hopes new shelter will reduce homeless camps in Santa Ana

Service providers are working to open a new shelter at the former Greyhound bus station in Santa Ana on Oct. 6.

LAO: End college grant program for CA National Guard

The Legislative Analyst's Office recommends that lawmakers not renew the program when it expires in 2019, saying it has not met its goal of increasing retention.

LAO: End college grant program for CA National Guard

The Legislative Analyst's Office recommends that lawmakers not renew the program when it expires in 2019, saying it has not met its goal of increasing retention.

The road to more 'open streets' events like CicLAvia

Metro announced Monday it's setting aside over $4 million to fund 17 new open streets events through December 2018 in West Hollywood, Glendale, Whittier, San Pedro and other communities.

Changes soon to ease Expo Line overcrowding

The popular downtown Los Angeles to Santa Monica extension of the Expo Line may soon see relief from the overcrowding that has been the subject of complaints.