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Infrastructure is what we build together to make life better (and the things that break). My role is to reveal the often-surprising and important systems that make life possible in and around L.A.
Stories by Sharon McNary
A truck driver drove perilously close to a group of demonstrators as they blocked the driveway to the Aliso Canyon Natural Gas Storage Facility on the second anniversary of the Porter Ranch gas leak.
Activity is limited at the massive gas storage field, and many regulatory and other challenges must be overcome for it to return to full service.
Torrance Assemblyman Al Muratsuchi's bill to end the use of hydrofluoric acid at two local refineries awaits the outcome of a ban proposed by the AQMD
Los Angeles, San Diego and Santa Monica board members voted against it, but it passed with 69 percent of the board.
The fate of a project that could cost Southern California water consumers billions of dollars hangs on a vote Tuesday at the Metropolitan Water District.
Two pilots who use the airport sued the city over plan to remove 1,500 feet from the municipal airport runway. They say the decision should have been made in public.
Members of Southern California water agencies gather Tuesday for a vote that could ensure or kill the future of a $17 billion water tunnels project.
The first in a fleet of new diesel locomotives will soon be moving passenger trains on Metrolink's 500 miles of track. The trains put out less noise and pollution.
The local victims include a Simi Valley school office manager, a Manhattan Beach special education teacher and a Manhattan Beach civilian police employee.
Construction giant AECOM unveiled plan to marry myriad development plans and local master plans into a cohesive vision for the Los Angeles River in downtown LA.
The state's ratepayer advocates office accuses SoCal Gas of using funds meant to promote energy savings to instead push anti-conservation policies. The company denies this.
In just six months of this year, Torrance Refinery has put six times as much harmful pollution into the air as it is permitted in a full year.
The Metropolitan Water District's board must decide whether to invest billions in a massive water project that another water agency has rejected.
The Maclay Highline had been abandoned and broken by earthquakes, but DWP wants to repair it in time to help deal with excess water from L.A. Aqueduct.
A year ago, the Army Corps of Engineers said cities downstream from "unsafe" Whittier Narrows Dam lacked planning to evacuate in a flood.