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
Could Southern California's love affair with the auto be fading? More people say they want their tax dollars spent on public transit.
Feb 18, 2003   Los Angeles Daily News
Roger Snoble, 56, the new chief executive of L.A.'s Metrpolitan Transportation Authority, is committed to high-tech.
Nov 15, 2001   Los Angeles Daily News
The city of Lancaster is prepared give more than five acres of the city park for a shopping center, but residents and two former mayors oppose the plan.
Jun 13, 2001   Los Angeles Daily News
With power plants running around the clock, the South Coast Air Quality Management District is predicting some of the worse smog in years for Los Angeles.
Apr 27, 2001   Los Angeles Daily News
What is Prop. 35? Why have private companies contributed $11.5 million to try to convince voters to approve it?
Oct 28, 2000   Los Angeles Daily News
Park space, environmental and urban issues were the key theme at a debate among Los Angeles mayoral candidates sponsored by KCRW.
Sep 15, 2000   Los Angeles Daily News
In its decade-long effort to gain approval for a new terminal, the Burbank Airport Authority is examining the possibilities of a curfew.
Aug 22, 2000   Los Angeles Daily News
This is how good the times are: Even the Los Angeles city government has managed to produce a surplus.
Aug 16, 2000   Los Angeles Daily News
A study finds that a San Fernando Valley transit zone could run buses 20 percent cheaper than the current costs under the MTA.
Aug 2, 2000   Los Angeles Daily News
Daily News explores the varying opinions on L.A.’s transit efforts and explains why we must have courage.
Jul 28, 2000   Los Angeles Daily News