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  • Fire may close Interstate 15 in Cajon Pass for two days

    Fire may close Interstate 15 in Cajon Pass for two days
    Heavily traveled Interstate 15 will be closed in both directions in the Cajon Pass for as long as two days because of a huge fire that broke out at a bridge construction site Monday afternoon, state transportation officials said. The fire at the...
  • 15 Freeway bridge fire cleanup hampered, roadway may be damaged

    15 Freeway bridge fire cleanup hampered, roadway may be damaged
    A wind-driven fire that destroyed the Ranchero Road bridge overnight in the Cajon Pass also hindered efforts to clear out the collapsed structure and reopen the vital California-Nevada link, officials said at a briefing Tuesday. Construction crews...
  • Northbound lanes of 15 Freeway reopening after bridge fire

    Northbound lanes of 15 Freeway reopening after bridge fire
    Northbound commuters heading home to the high desert should have an open drive on the 15 Freeway on Tuesday afternoon, though southbound motorist will have to wait another day for relief, Caltrans officials said. A day after a wind-driven fire destroyed...
  • Bridge fire leaves Hesperia plan for economic boost in ashes

    Bridge fire leaves Hesperia plan for economic boost in ashes
    The new Ranchero Road bridge and interchange were supposed to usher in new economic life to southern Hesperia. Officials hoped it would draw restaurants, motels and gas stations to lure thousands of Interstate 15 drivers off the main artery connecting Los...
  • City may pause development in Laguna Canyon; group wants long-term plan

    City may pause development in Laguna Canyon; group wants long-term plan
    The Laguna Beach City Council directed city staff on Tuesday to look into the possibility of a short-term moratorium on development in Laguna Canyon. The council had been listening in recent sessions to residents' concerns about proposed and approved...
  • 710 Freeway extension EIR delayed to 2015

    710 Freeway extension EIR delayed to 2015
    Los Angeles County transportation officials announced last week that the draft Environmental Impact Report for the 710 Freeway extension project is now anticipated for a February 2015 release. News of the delay comes on the heels of an announcement made...
  • Montebello councilwoman's husband pleads guilty in drug case

    Montebello councilwoman's husband pleads guilty in drug case
    The husband of a Montebello councilwoman who was charged with selling methamphetamine near a school pleaded guilty Thursday. Ruben Guerrero, 44, entered his plea to one count of possession for sale of a controlled substance and admitted to the...
  • Port of Long Beach prepares for long-term closures along 710 Freeway

    Port of Long Beach prepares for long-term closures along 710 Freeway
    Long Beach officials are bracing for the closure of a major connector between the 710 Freeway and Terminal Island starting Saturday, part of the massive effort to replace the aging Gerald Desmond Bridge. Traffic headed toward the Port of Long Beach will...
  • LCAD could get traffic signal sooner than expected

    LCAD could get traffic signal sooner than expected
    Caltrans will aim to install a traffic signal in front of Laguna College of Art + Design by Sept. 1, agency spokesman David Richardson said Friday. "I'm not guaranteeing [Sept. 1], but if we're lucky we'll make it," Richardson said of a signal that...
  • Bieber buddy Lil Za gets probation in drug-possession plea deal

    Lil Za, who was arrested on suspicion of drug possession while cops were searching his friend Justin Bieber's house in mid-January, will get away with three years' probation after pleading no contest Wednesday to one felony count of possession of a...
  • Mailbag: Meeting demeaned the homeless

    Re. "Plan for destitute draws crowd," April 25: Were I a stranger from, let's say Indiana, and wandered into that City Council meeting on housing the homeless, I would have expected the town's downtown to be a virtual slaughterhouse, a bloody abattoir....