USC’s Intersections South L.A. is reporting that the California Redevelopment Agency — responsible for many potential development projects in South Los Angeles including Marlton Square — had its last official day this week. Nearly three years ago, I completed one of my first USC video news stories, which covered Crenshaw’s Marlton Square, an eyesore that’s needed redevelopment for years. Click through to watch the video.
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Motor Trend’s increasingly popular WOT daily news blogs cruised through the end of December without much trouble in part due to more than 20 posts I brainstormed, assigned, and in 10 cases, wrote. Many of the engaging posts relied on data and information that could only have come from Motor Trend, like…
The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s proposed Bus Rapid Transit project could drastically affect traffic on Wilshire Boulevard and increase bus efficiency along the route, but full project funding has not been secured.
On Adelaide Drive in Santa Monica, locals exercising on two public stairways are stretching the patience of homeowners. The two stairways in question provide stairsteppers 350 easily accessible stairs and plenty of free parking. Especially within the last 15 years, the stairs have grown in popularity but some local residents complain that people who use them and the grassy median on nearby 4th Avenue are not considerate of their neighbors.
Venice residents tired of Recreational Vehicles and converted vans lining their streets and increasing crime might soon see some progress on the issue, depending on the results of an upcoming California Coastal Commission vote.
It looked like a fatal accident had occurred yesterday morning in front of Pasadena High School, but as fourth-year students found out, this was no ordinary accident.
Another story in the Time Capsule series, immerse yourself in Proposition 8 protests from November 2008 with this story, a photo slideshow and an audio file recorded from a march in West Los Angeles. UPDATE: The California Supreme Court has until early June 2009 to rule on whether to uphold the constitutional ban on same-sex marriage. Some news reports hold that the court is leaning toward upholding the ban.
Hundreds of people demonstrated around the Los Angeles California Mormon Temple on Nov. 6 to protest the state’s passage of Proposition 8. The protest and march around Los Angeles (in the slide show you will hear the moments leading up to the march) wreaked havoc on Southern California’s rush hour traffic and continued for hours. Activists like Jane Gould and Nick Small (pictured below) made phone calls in the weeks leading up to Election Day.
Make the jump to view the first broadcast piece I produced during the Spring 2009 semester at USC.
Crenshaw’s Marlton Square is an eyesore that’s needed redevelopment for years. I investigate how the restructuring of L.A.’s redevelopment agency (CRA/LA) could affect this shopping center and other commercial projects in the area.
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