4 to Watch: An Early Look at Destination Crenshaw

A major art project along the new Crenshaw/LAX Metro line is expected to open in 2020

Take a look at four stories to watch for Wednesday Dec. 12, including a look ahead to a major art project that celebrates art, history and culture.

Take an Early Look at Destination Crenshaw

What's being called a linear outdoor museum will extend from 48th Street to 60th Street when it's completed in the spring of 2020. See what's planned for "Destination Crenshaw," a dazzling development celebrating arts, history and culture alongside the new Crenshaw/Los Angeles Airport (LAX) Metro Line. 

Take an Early Look at Destination Crenshaw

Tax on Texts? State Regulators Are Pushing the Idea

California regulators are considering a plan to charge a fee for text messaging on mobile phones to help support programs that make phone service accessible to the poor, according to a newspaper report Wednesday. The proposal is scheduled for a vote next month by the state Public Utilities Commission.

Bus Driver Horror Stories: 'Most People Don't Have Any Idea'


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NBC4 obtained three years of internal agency reports that show Metro bus operators were victims of assaults an average of 11 times per month. They document incidents in which drivers were choked, pepper-sprayed, splashed with hot coffee, punched, struck with bottles and threatened with box cutters and handguns. And those are just a few of the horror stories.

Metro buses drivers are constantly exposed to danger and violence. I-Team’s Joel Grover exposes the scary behavior that’s putting both drivers and riders in jeopardy.

Hue Knew? Southern California is in the Fall Color Spotlight

The California Fall Color blog tracks leaf changes around the state, and it's spotlighting Southern California. The region is in the range of still colorful areas of the the state. The blog has a foliage map and suggestions for taking in fall hues.

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