For the third time in four years, state lawmakers will consider whether to provide custom legislation in the waning hours of the session to help in the construction of an NFL stadium in California.
The Los Angeles area is the second largest media market in the country, so NBC is counting on lots of Southland residents to watch the Olympics. The network’s delivering coverage in the United States in more ways than ever before to satisfy Olympics fans’ craving.
U.S. economic growth slowed further in the second quarter as consumers cut back on spending and businesses curbed their investments, the government reported Friday.
A portion of DTLA’s new, approximately 12-acre Grand Park opened today to a packed crowd of onlookers with a flurry of costumes, dancing and performances. The two block stretch from Grand to Hill includes the renovated Arthur J. William Memorial Fountain; its wading pool and spray served as the finale for the park’s debut.
Metro has extend rail service on Friday and Saturday nights until 2 a.m. Trains on the Red, Blue, Green, Gold and Expo lines will run every 20 minutes between midnight and about 2 a.m..