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  • Des Plaines Oasis dismantling begins

    Des Plaines Oasis dismantling begins
    Commuters along the I-90 Jane Addams Memorial Tollway are beginning to see the skeletal structure of the Des Plaines Oasis dismantled and removed this summer. "The reason we have to remove the Des Plaines Oasis is it's a structure over the road and...
  • Emanuel on red light ticket refunds: 'Not for me to decide'

    Emanuel on red light ticket refunds: 'Not for me to decide'
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel won’t say whether thousands of drivers who received red light camera citations during a series of suspicious ticket spikes should receive refunds for the $100 fines they have paid to the city. The Emanuel administration has been...
  • Broken water main floods UCLA at 75,000 gallons per minute

    Broken water main floods UCLA at 75,000 gallons per minute
    Crews have cleaned up the sludge and broken pavement around a burst water main that deluged UCLA on Tuesday but still have to drain the pipe so they can begin repairs, officials said. A cause for the rupture had yet to be determined and it was unclear...
  • Sunset Boulevard flood raises serious questions about city leadership

    It may be too much to hope for, but now that Sunset Boulevard in Westwood is a giant sinkhole and UCLA is underwater, could the fragile, aging infrastructure of Los Angeles finally get the upgrade it needs? Sunset Boulevard, after all, is no ordinary...
  • Gold Line train hits car near Little Tokyo, delays rush-hour commute

    Gold Line train hits car near Little Tokyo, delays rush-hour commute
    A Los Angeles County Metro Gold Line train hit a car that was on the tracks near Little Tokyo on Tuesday morning, sending the driver to a local hospital and causing delays at the beginning of morning's rush hour. The crash occurred about 7 a.m. near 1st...
  • Activists seek civil rights probe into CHP officer's beating of woman

    Los Angeles civil rights activists on Tuesday asked the U.S. Attorney's civil rights division to open a formal investigation into a California Highway Patrol officer who was caught on cellphone video beating a woman on the side of a freeway. The footage...
  • Traffic is smooth despite 'Century Crunch' near LAX

    Traffic is smooth despite 'Century Crunch' near LAX
    Four weeks after being coined, the "Century Crunch" is nearly history, part of the city's growing lexicon of roadway headaches, and for all its poetic portentousness, the crunch was a breeze. Starting Friday night, drivers detoured with ease around...
  • Fatal crash on 110 Freeway near downtown causes small roadside fire

    Fatal crash on 110 Freeway near downtown causes small roadside fire
    A fatal single-car crash on the northbound 110 Freeway caused a small roadside fire early Tuesday that clogged traffic through downtown for the morning commute, authorities said. The incident in Elysian Park occurred shortly before 7 a.m. One person...
  • Metro-North Trains Delayed After Fire In Car's Electrical Equipment

    FAIRFIELD — Southbound Metro-North New Haven line commuter trains were delayed Tuesday morning after a fire was reported on a train. The train was stopped at the Fairfield Metro Center station and Fairfield firefighters checked it and found no...
  • Woman videotaped in CHP beating was walking into traffic, report says

    A woman who was seen being beaten by a California Highway Patrol officer on the 10 Freeway earlier this month was “talking to herself” and tried to walk into traffic on the freeway, according to a report obtained by The Times. A CHP...
  • South Whitehall planners oppose electronic billboard

    By Margie Peterson, Special to The Morning Call Prospects for an electronic billboard at Cedar Crest Boulevard and the Hamilton Street Bypass dimmed when the South Whitehall Township Planning Commission voted against it Thursday. Jay King, owner of...