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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
Fans of Mexico’s national soccer team gathered in homes, sports bars and large public venues across Southern California Monday with dreams their team would beat the odds and make it the World Cup quarter finals.
The hardest population to reach with energy efficiency assistance are the city’s poorest residents, the low-income people living in apartments.
California voters will be asked this November if they want to reverse something the Legislature approved just a year ago: adding 12 cents per gallon of gasoline, 20 cents for diesel.
The owner of the Torrance Refinery was fined $150,000 this week for storing hazardous waste without permits.
Southern California Gas Co. is facing some problems getting enough natural gas into our region. That increases the risk for power outages this summer.
In April, the Metropolitan Water District Board cast a historic vote to fund much of the Bay Delta Twin Tunnels project, an investment of about $11 billion dollars. But now, that vote will be repeated to resolve questions about whether the original vote was legal.
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Los Angeles has been cutting back on burning fossil fuels for electricity.
A new audit says serious violations are down, while other violations of the city's safety and fire codes remain high.
Her challenge is to get the whole organization behind the mission to entice more exciting entries to the parade and win a younger audience.
When it comes to the quality of its parks, only one Southern California town made the top 10 of America’s 100 largest cities. And it wasn’t Los Angeles. The annual ranking is from The Trust for Public Land, a nonprofit group that advocates for more green spaces.
A dangerous Oxnard rail crossing is about to get a $69 million overpass, paid for by the new gas tax
After a Metrolink engineer was killed in Oxnard in a collision with a truck with years ago, politicians said they had no money to build an overpass. Now they do. Gov. Jerry Brown was there Tuesday to make sure everyone knew the money for the $69 million overpass was raised by California's new gas tax.
As a GOP-based effort to repeal hikes in gas and diesel taxes and vehicle fees gains ground, Gov. Jerry Brown and other officials launch a defense of the increases.
A new study of the globe's water says drought and farming are depleting California's groundwater, but new measures could help the state sustain its supply.
Southern California Gas Company doesn't know when outages on four major gas pipelines will be fixed, and as a result, we'll have less gas imported this summer, heightening the possibility of power outages.