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L.A. Puts Millions Towards Planting More Trees

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| A new study shows Los Angeles is behind other cities in urban forest management, despite having more trees in parks and along streets than anywhere else nationwide.

This hiking spot is being cleared to reduce a flood threat

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In Pasadena, the Hahamongna Watershed Park behind Devil's Gate Dam is a hidden gem of a hiking area, filled with trees and plants.

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Rain, mud, and car tire-sized boulders flood Malibu streets

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The Woolsey burn area saw four inches of rain, causing street closures and even rescues from stranded vehicles. But officials say the next storm could be worse.

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SoCal Edison replaces 1000 power poles after Woolsey Fire

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Southern California Edison is still finding new damage to its grid in Malibu after the Woolsey Fire, but it's started restoring the problems it's found so far.

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Garcetti says metro construction plans will be delayed if Prop 6 passes

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The measure would repeal a gas tax that gathers $5.2 billion in taxes annually for infrastructure improvements. If it passes, current construction will get put off.

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Metrolink remembers its deadliest train crash 10 years later

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It’s been 10 years since 25 people died and 100 were injured in Chatsworth. Officials at the memorial said safety updates since 2008 have prevented collisions since.

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LA aims to eliminate 25% of smog before the 2028 Olympics

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Governor Jerry Brown signed a bill Monday asking California to rely 100% on electric energy by 2045. LA answered with a goal of its own: electrifying transportation.

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Officials unveil $300 million San Gabriel train trench

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The new 1.4-mile train trench brings railroads below traffic. It will save over 1,700 delayed hours waiting for the train to pass. And it saves more than just time.

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