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Thursday, January 7, 2010 at 5:02 p.m. The waiting is finally over for Crimson Tide fans after dismantling the Florida Gators in the SEC Championship. Under warm sunny skies, cheers of "Ala-Bama" and "Roll Tide" echoed through the parking lots.
A freight train struck a car Tuesday in Placentia, leaving two people injured, one critically, authorities said. The accident was reported about 7:25 a.m. at Rose Drive and Orangethorpe Avenue, the Orange County Fire Authority reported.
South El Monte, El Monte, Rosemead, Montebello and Monterey Park are collaborating on preliminary work to try to show transportation officials that the line should run through their cities. "Right away we realized this was something that could really
As usual, city officials advise that parking will be scarce on parade day, so it might be best to ditch the car completely. And police and fire officials warn that campers who light large fires and bring large pieces of furniture to the route will be
It doesn't quite live up to the fall of the Berlin Wall, but the opening of the new, 10-kilometre extension to the Los Angeles metro rail system earlier this month has brought together neighbouring communities that, for decades, grew up leading
The area had long been among the most transit-dependent yet underserved. The sun had not yet risen when the first commuter train in nearly half a century set off from downtown to East Los Angeles, extending a new line of public transportation to
The six-mile extension will run from Union Station to East Los Angeles and include eight stations, two of them on the 1.7miles of underground subway track under Boyle Heights. Several bus lines will be rerouted to serve the stations, such as the
It's the latest light-rail line in Los Angeles County, running six miles from downtown L.A. through Boyle Heights and into East Los Angeles. When it opens to the public on Sunday, the Gold Line will run from Pasadena to East L.A...There are eight