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Bernie Sanders and his supporters have launched a new political organization called Our Revolution. But reports have emerged of political tumult within Bernie Sanders’s own team.
Devil’s Slide was a treacherous section of Highway 1 before its transformation into a stunning 1.2-mile segment of the California Coastal Trail.
Researchers are projecting only eight cities in the hemisphere outside of Western Europe would be cool enough to host the Games.
This documentary is abou one veterinarian (Jennnifer Conrad) and her crusade to repair captive Hollywood big cats' paws from the devastating results of de-clawing.
Health officials have issued an unprecedented warning to pregnant women, telling them not to travel to parts of Miami-Dade County, amid dozens of confirmed cases of locally transmitted Zika virus.
In their original poem "Her Name was Kitty", iLead North Hollywood students Ryann Ersoff, Mila Cuda, and Ashley Flores tell the shocking story of Kitty Genovese's rape and take a stand on violence against women.
The estimated revenue from the sale and cultivation of marijuana is $1 billion or more annually.
Activists on both sides of the death penalty debate agree the process in California is broken.
If selected, this will be the latest in a line of ambitious art projects in the city that have found inspiration in its namesake waterway.
"It's all about connecting face to face. Our streets are great civic gathering spaces and so is our river."
Glendale might soon be the first city in greater Los Angeles to dedicate all of its riverfront to recreation.
The tsunami of enthusiasm for concrete removal and eco-system restoration of the Los Angeles River may be giving short shrift to some communities.
The bikeway in the riverbed allows cyclists to speed through one point to another -- but doesn't allow them to enjoy the amenities that are just over the chain link fences.
"He was the number one driver of bicycling in the city, even prior to when the city had staff dedicated to bicycling."
News and stories related to the revitalization of the Los Angeles River and surrounding communities.