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El Prado Bridge in Old Torrance was rededicated Thursday by Mayor Frank Scotto and other city officials. The city spent about $400,000 repairing the century-old city landmark over Torrance Boulevard that once was used by Los Angeles' famous Red Cars.
Police did not believe Amcu leader Joseph Mathunjwa could persuade striking Marikana miners to give up their weapons, the Farlam Commission of Inquiry heard on Monday. "Had you believed Mathunjwa would have been able to convince the people to lay
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority soon will purchase another slice of Sierra Vista Drive for a cool $4.6 million. The purchaser was given the go-ahead to execute the sale by its board of directors Tuesday morning. Once closed, the
The arrests Wednesday and Thursday cracked down on a crime wave that since November has victimized some 30 stores across Southern California, including T-Mobile, AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and other companies, El Segundo police Lt...Victims found thieves
The women's emotional testimony gripped a Torrance courtroom, where Judge Dudley Gray II decided enough evidence existed to try Corey Delaine Stewart, 40, for the two alleged sexual assaults. "He hit me," said the former child prostitute, now 20 and
El Prado Bridge. "This is the first time it has actually really had a name," said Councilman Tom Brewer, chairman of the Citizen Development and Enrichment Committee. "It's rather fitting we waited 100 years to name the bridge. But if you're going to
A longtime assistant superintendent in the Redondo Beach Unified School District is taking the top job at the Upland Unified School District. Nancy Kelly, Redondo Beach Unified's assistant superintendent of human resources, will finish out the year
A Redondo Beach man charged last week with raping a Gardena woman he met on a social networking site has been charged with sexually assaulting an 11-year-old runaway girl in 2005, prosecutors said Tuesday. Corey Delaine Stewart, 40, met the girl
He was 4 when he first took a Yellow Car all by himself, along Vermont Avenue to nursery school. His mother handed him off to the motorman and said he was going to the end of the line. Now that little boy is 88, his mother and the trolleys long gone.
The Los Angeles subway does not get much respect, especially when compared to more popular systems around the world. But while the current setup isn't too impressive, it does have some noble ancestry: the Pacific Electric Red Car and Los Angeles