In this exclusive interview with L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti, he talks about the risks of lobbying for the L.A. River and why the waterway matters.
After more than six months of intense lobbying by the city, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Army Corps) has announced its recommendation for the Arbor Study.
Before pobladores, ranch owners, and missionaries, there were steelhead trout, a cousin of salmon that have been part of the region's history as far back as 15,000 years ago.
The summer-long program will allow kayaking on the L.A. River, in the Sepulveda Basin and Elysian Valley areas.
The new 4.7-acre park is a welcome change in the neighborhood, which suffers from from a lack of green space and the presence of industrial soot and grime that prevents residents f
The volunteer-run River Safety Unit will roam the river on foot or on a kayak, keeping a watchful eye over activities in the river.
With the help of more than 3,500 LAUSD students, an artist will send out an environmentalist message through a massive work of art on Dockweiler State Beach.
Despite initial concerns, local residents are supportive of the local food hub housed in the former Hostess cupcake factory in Elysian Valley.