Los Angeles Daily News

A proposed ordinance currently making its way through City Hall in Los Angeles would provide a new form of enforcement for crimes such as barking dogs, loud parties, and littering—which often go unenforced under the current penal system.
Aug 28, 2014   Los Angeles Daily News
The new ordinance would be a first step for Los Angeles in restricting housing sizes in one neighborhood to no greater than 40% of the lot size.
Aug 1, 2005   Los Angeles Daily News
Transportation costs take toll on both households and communities
Jun 16, 2005   Los Angeles Daily News
Telecommuters already outnumber rail riders in Los Angeles and could be a big part of a solution that actually reduces traffic in the biggest metropolitan areas.
Mar 25, 2005   Los Angeles Daily News
A Southern California city office building is the largest commercial project to be built with straw bale.
Oct 1, 2004   Los Angeles Daily News
Traffic experts say Southern California's freeway system needs a total overhaul.
Jan 1, 2004   Los Angeles Daily News
Planners, developers and environmentalists weigh Arnold Schwarzenegger's approach to growth policies in California.
Nov 19, 2003   Los Angeles Daily News
A worst-case growth scenario for Los Angeles would have devastating results for San Fernando Valley gridlock.
May 22, 2003   Los Angeles Daily News
Air pollution has been declining for decades. So how did the American Lung Association's 2003 report get the numbers so wrong?
May 12, 2003   Los Angeles Daily News
Following what is an increasing trend in the Los Angeles area, residents of "South Central" Los Angeles want a new name for their community to help clense the area of its stigma of crime, poverty and racial problems.
Apr 9, 2003   Los Angeles Daily News
According to a survey conducted by Kelley Blue Book car information guide, consumer interest in gaz-guzzling sport utility vehicles is waning because of high fuel prices.
Apr 2, 2003   Los Angeles Daily News