Angelenos might think L.A. is the only one with such a strange relationship to their waterways, but a new documentary says otherwise.
There are two important issues that face Los Angeles during and after a big rainstorm.
While a permanent rec zone is being planned for Glendale Narrows, other parts of the L.A. River are slowly making progress.
The most challenging aspect of working along the L.A. River is making sense of its many jurisdictions. But filmmakers may have an easier ride navigating through the bureaucracy.
The report could result in stretches of the L.A. River receiving less regulatory oversight and become vulnerable to relaxed regulations for water pollution.
Ed P. Reyes River Greenway was completed last October, yet still remains closed off to the public.
The contrast between the natural river and man-made flood protection structure is a precious educational opportunity the Los Angeles Conservation Corps and DakeLuna Consulants is h
What used to be a daunting concrete median is now a winding, five-foot wide walking path on the Woodman Avenue median, calmed by the addition of 27,000 square-feet of native and dr