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Nation NowVirginia Tech shooting: The investigation into the Virginia Tech shooting stops short of labeling the murder-suicide "random."...
Covering "Carmageddon" is driving some local television and radio stations a bit crazy. One news director bluntly told the traffic reporter not to expect much sleep for the next two days. A news crew from another station will be living in a...
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L.A. NOWWork crews and Cal Trans engineers will attempt to open the 60 Freeway by Sunday, a state official said....
Nation NowYou would think that rain instead of snow would be a big step forward. Think again, especially in Alaska, already hard hit in recent days by tons of tons that have closed schools and roads and threatened avalanches in some areas....
Nation NowDrunk drivers: An effort to get more states to require convicted drunk drivers to test their breath for alcohol before they can start their cars is gaining support in Congress...
L.A. NOWOutrage continued to fester Thursday over massive delays on the 10 Freeway from a road construction project. A routine California Department of Transportation road repair project gone awry backed up traffic for about 25 miles Sunday, forcing drivers to...
L.A. NOWHighway 134 will close overnight after gas tanker explosion...
Standing atop a patch of churned-up dirt on a recent morning, James Corner was surrounded by mismatched palm trees, chipped sidewalks and sagging chain link: a typical slice of Southern California landscape caught unawares, hardly ready for its close-up....
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterOfficials broke ground on what will be Los Angeles County's first freeway toll lanes, taking a gamble that drivers will be willing to pay significant sums to avoid rush-hour traffic. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and other officials on Wednesday hailed...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterNissan nails unconventional. One has only to spend some time driving the all-electric Leaf, the spunky Juke crossover or the anomalous Murano CrossCabriolet to know this is a company that takes risks -- and succeeds from them. So one would think such a...
Tags: Environmental Issues, Toyota, Transportation, Honda, Nissan
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThere will always be a segment of the driving public that feels an undeniable need for speed. Despite upward fuel-economy pressures from the government and ever-fluctuating gas prices at the pump, there will always be drivers who enjoy the rush of...
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