The Los Angeles Times

Dissatisfied with state regulation and feeling that rural interests go unrepresented, the Siskiyou County Board of Supervisors voted this week in favor of leaving the Golden State to create a state called Jefferson.
Sep 6, 2013   The Los Angeles Times
Over budget and four years late, Chicago's stunning Millennium Park will become 'the new face' of the City.
Jul 15, 2004   The Los Angeles Times
Locals see a proposal by Los Angeles Mayor Hahn to ban development in the Owens Valley as a ploy.
Jul 12, 2004   The Los Angeles Times
Are new ordinances the answer to the surge in public urination in 'adult playgrounds' such as Las Vegas and New Orleans?
Jul 12, 2004   The Los Angeles Times
Now 10 years after opening, boardings on Los Angeles' much-maligned Green Line are increasing.
Jul 12, 2004   The Los Angeles Times
The signature plants aren't being replanted as urban foresters look to cheaper pollution-fighting shade trees.
Jul 10, 2004   The Los Angeles Times
Despite billions in aid, low-income buyers have been priced out of the housing market and middle-class status.
Jul 10, 2004   The Los Angeles Times
New York City and Los Angeles once represented the extremes of American culture. Now they've become equally bland, writes Patrick Moore.
Jul 9, 2004   The Los Angeles Times
Can a new growth vision for Southern California save the region from itself?
Jul 9, 2004   The Los Angeles Times
What happens when you combine the most demanding industrial land use on earth next door to senior housing?
Jul 9, 2004   The Los Angeles Times
State efforts to generate revenue from tribal casinos is often at odds with local impacts.
Jul 8, 2004   The Los Angeles Times