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One Last Chance to Hang Out at L.A. River Frog Spot

One Last Chance to Hang Out at L.A. River Frog Spot

Initial counts estimate more than 10,000 people have come through during the season.
Plein Air Painting Seniors Explore L.A. River

Plein Air Painting Seniors Explore L.A. River

While cyclists, pedestrians and pet owners are common sights along the Los Angeles River, especially on weekends, a cluster of shabbily-clad seniors might come as a surprise.
Prescription Drugs are Polluting Our Waters

Prescription Drugs are Polluting Our Waters

The outdated FDA advice to flush medicines down the toilet does more harm than good to our water system.
Metrolink Health Study Released, But Residents Want More

Metrolink Health Study Released, But Residents Want More

The report found that on the long-term, harmful emissions from idling trains is on a declining trend. But what are the short-term effects that are affecting the resident now?
New Sign Informs and Provokes at L.A. River 'Bowtie Parcel'

New Sign Informs and Provokes at L.A. River 'Bowtie Parcel'

Located on the "Bowtie Parcel" the sign masquerades as California State Parks signage, seeking not just to inform, but also to provoke its readers.
Microbeads: Water's Tiny Trash Problem

Microbeads: Water's Tiny Trash Problem

These pieces of plastic, less than one millimeter in diameter, could eventually release toxins into our food chain system -- and perhaps eventually even in our bodies.
'Missing Link' in San Fernando Valley L.A. River Trail Launches

'Missing Link' in San Fernando Valley L.A. River Trail Launches

The $2-million Zev Yaroslavsky L.A. River Greenway Trail will connect two sections of the river trail, creating a continuous 5-mile pathway in the San Fernando Valley.
A Look Back at a Decade of Proposition O

A Look Back at a Decade of Proposition O

There is little question that Proposition O, which passed in 2004, has gone a long way toward changing a city's perspective on dealing with its water crisis -- but it didn't do so ...