The plan to put a pro football stadium in Inglewood took its first big step forward Monday when organizers submitted more than 20,000 signatures for an initiative petition.
For years it has sat half-finished with paved roads and sidewalks leading to empty lots where million-dollar homes were supposed to look over one of the region's most prized coastlines.
Home builders ended the year on a strong note.
Orange County's robust housing market appears to be topping out. And much of Southern California may not be far behind.
Home sales picked up their pace in December, in the latest sign that the region's housing recovery might finally be reaching more people.
When developers and city officials unveiled plans last week for an NFL stadium in Inglewood, they painted a picture of a rare thing: A big-ticket project completed with no tax money whatsoever.
Brian King was just a kid when the Rams came to St. Louis, and his parents bought season tickets.
St. Louis struck back in its bid to keep the Rams, unveiling plans for a new downtown stadium that civic leaders here hope will persuade team owner Stan Kroenke and NFL executives the footloose franchise should stay put.