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Maryland transit police are warning travelers to be alert on trains and buses, amid a long-running rash of mobile-device thefts targeting riders who were texting, listening to music or talking on the phone. The Maryland Transit Administration has...
Re "It all begins on Wilshire," March 24 I have always been fascinated by Wilshire Boulevard, the great thoroughfare analyzed by Times architecture critic Christopher Hawthorne. While I had a job on Wilshire near Vermont Avenue as a twentysomething in...
The man accused of killing Colorado's prisons chief had bomb-making materials in his trunk when he got into a highway shootout in Texas, according to court documents released Tuesday. The gun that killed Colorado prisons director Tom Clements last...
Digital Media News EditorA 26-year-old off-duty Border Patrol agent died in a car collision Friday afternoon southeast of El Centro. Agent Francisco Puga with the El Centro Station died at the scene of the collision at the intersection of Bowker and McCabe roads while on his way...
Re "Broken civic promise," Critic's Notebook, March 3 I was glad to read Christopher Hawthorne's piece on Los Angeles' missed opportunities, miscalculations and wrong choices regarding the creation of our public spaces and public transit systems....
Tribune reporterThe CTA and Mayor Rahm Emanuel were proved correct Monday on their predictions that Brown Line riders would be inconvenienced by work that has closed the Wells Street rail bridge downtown until next week. Mislabeled Brown Line trains and spotty customer...
Los Angeles Times Architecture CriticLos Angeles, more than most cities, has defined itself by continual bursts of expansion and an unflagging optimism about its place in the world. But as the city has grown to a population nearing 4 million, we've neglected some major holes in the civic...
On Wednesday morning about 8:45 a.m., I went into the El Centro Post Office to get my mail and I couldn’t believe how dirty it was in there. There was trash thrown all over the place, sticky stuff spilt on the floor and the aisle where my box is...
Re "Beverly Hills' subway spat," Editorial, Feb. 19 There is widespread support for the Westside subway extension in Beverly Hills. Notwithstanding the tunneling issue, about 65% of the city's residents voted in favor of Measure R in 2008 as well as its...
Tags: Zev Yaroslavsky, Transportation, Travel
Beverly Hills' embarrassing battle against the Westside subway extension, which emerged as a major political issue last year, is becoming one of the key issues in the March 5 city elections. With the lines hardening between those determined to take...
In a city where reports of people being struck and killed by subway trains are all too common, New Yorkers awoke on Monday to learn of a heroic rescue of man who fell onto the tracks. The man, whose identity was not released, was apparently drunk and...
Tags: Lincoln Center
Staff WriterFor most parents, the start of the new school year means spending money and a large amount of time filling out their child’s registration packet. Although most people would argue their information rarely changes from one year to the next, school...
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