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
As construction costs increase to $5 billion to rebuild the quake-damaged Bay Bridge, should all of California chip in?
Aug 12, 2004   The Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles City passes legislation that will require Wal Mart to conduct an economic analysis to determine the impacts of new superstores.
Aug 12, 2004   The Los Angeles Times
The Related Cos. of New York-based has been selected to create the $1.2-billion centerpiece on Grand Ave. in downtown L.A.
Aug 10, 2004   The Los Angeles Times
Randy Hayes of the Rainforest Action Network champions the environment by challenging corporations. Welcome to Hayes' 500-year plan.
Aug 10, 2004   The Los Angeles Times
The Los Angeles Times profiles the controversial and litigious real estate developer Alan Casden.
Aug 9, 2004   The Los Angeles Times
The $95-million deal to preserve an 18-mile stretch of coastal land that surround Hearst Castle in San Simeon, California, is being questioned as too generous to Hearst Ranch.
Aug 6, 2004   The Los Angeles Times
The Los Angeles City Council considers an ordinance that would require Wal-Mart style stores to fund economic impact studies before opening new stores.
Aug 6, 2004   The Los Angeles Times
When roadway improvements do not keep pace with rapid urbanization in smaller towns, the results can be deadly.
Aug 4, 2004   The Los Angeles Times
Southern California cities and counties are increasingly adopting runoff fees to remediate urban runoff that contaminates coastal waters.
Aug 2, 2004   The Los Angeles Times
A proposed California bill would make it easier for developers to build on urban brownfield sites.
Jul 31, 2004   The Los Angeles Times