Just when I think things can't get any worse, they get bigger. But at least the truth I used to keep at bay is hitting home.
The health and environmental challenges faced by South L.A. communities is tied to the history of 20th century race-based urban planning policies.
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.
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
A new study reveals the many health benefits associated with urban river parkways, such as what L.A. is trying to realize by the 51-mile Los Angeles River.
What happens when a street-end becomes a street haven that filters and cleans our stormwater? This park! Imagine one on every dead-end river street.