Councilmember Paul Krekorian points to a map of the Metro system. Press conference after Thursday's MTA vote on a landmark proposal that could lead to a modern, efficient, light rail transit system on the Orange Line, connecting the San Fernando Valley to the San Gabriel Valley and LA basin.
The 6-year contract between 20,000 International Longshore and Warehouse Union members and operators of the Pacific Maritime Association expired July 1 at 5:00 PM after a month and a half of unproductive negotiations.
The Metro Board of Directors is scheduled today to begin a conversation around ways of improving the Orange Line busway that runs through the San Fernando Valley, including converting the system into light rail.
California Department of Public Health and state health officer, today warned consumers not to use White & Blue Lion tattoo products because testing has found microbial bacterial contamination in both the inks and needles.
A word of caution if you're planning on getting some new ink any time soon: a California company is voluntarily recalling a variety of its tattooing products after a test determined that they contained microbial bacterial contamination.
Jul. 9, 2014 - CITY OF INDUSTRY, Calif. -- The nationally renowned Bill Pickett Invitational Rodeo is excited to announce that its 2014 touring season marks its 30th anniversary on the road-taking thrilling professional rodeo competitions to delighted audiences and rodeo fans across the United States.
A new 100,000 square-foot wheel production and tire distribution center was opened in City of Industry, California, last week by the Coker Group, and editors from High Performance Pontiac and other Source Interlink Media magazines were on sight to take it all in.
In about 10 years, the number of trains barreling through the intersection of Fairway Drive in Industry each day will nearly double, from 49 to 91. Per year, that amounts to 33,215 trains mixing it up with traffic.