The Los Angeles Times

A motion passed earlier this month calls for landowners to receive tax breaks for leasing vacant property for agriculture and farming.
Oct 23, 2014   The Los Angeles Times
Of the 25 fastest-growing cities over three years, five are in Riverside and San Bernardino counties
Jun 26, 2004   The Los Angeles Times
Although the number of train-related fatalaties nationwide has decreased, in California, injuries and deaths have increased 15% in the last three years.
Jun 21, 2004   The Los Angeles Times
About half of California's 107 Indian tribes have casinos. For tribes considering gaming, location still matters most.
Jun 20, 2004   The Los Angeles Times
With prices far below those in red hot markets on the East and West coasts, the nation's heartland offers home buyers plenty of choices.
Jun 20, 2004   The Los Angeles Times
The designer of Southern California's innovative pollution credit market is arrested for fraud.
Jun 18, 2004   The Los Angeles Times
In 15 years, all of the famously-suburban county's land will either be preserved open space or developed. The Sierra Club has made the defeat of Rancho Mission Viejo, the last remaining piece, a top priority.
Jun 16, 2004   The Los Angeles Times
The Los Angeles Times reports that one of L.A.'s most popular and historic districts, Olvera Street, has been horribly mismanaged.
Jun 16, 2004   The Los Angeles Times
A new report on Southern California land use shows that farming is making a surprising comeback in Los Angeles.County.
Jun 16, 2004   The Los Angeles Times
The winding Interstate 70 has become the "Main Street" for towns and resorts across Colorado. As traffic becomes worse, resorts and residents feel the impact.
Jun 14, 2004   The Los Angeles Times
After the loss of many of Beverly Hills' original one-story Spanish style homes to mini-mansions, the city adopts strict new design codes.
Jun 14, 2004   The Los Angeles Times