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4 to Watch: After Carmageddon, What's the Next Big Thing for the Notorious 405 Freeway?

A monorail is one of the options on the table to ease traffic in the Sepulveda Pass

A 1950s vision of our transportation future is one of the options being considered to ease congestion on Los Angeles' notorious 405 Freeway through the Sepulveda Pass.

It's one of the stories we're featuring today on NBCLA.

What's Next for the Sepulveda Pass Drive?

Monorail might best be known to many as a ride at Disneyland -- a 1950s vision of our transportation future. But half a century later, that future may be about to arrive in a mission to cut congestion in one of LA's worst traffic quagmires. Here are the options being considered for the 405 Freeway in the Sepulveda Pass.

The rail transportation project, which will connect the San Fernando Valley to West LA, is estimated to cost anywhere between $9-$13 billion. Patrick Healy reports for the NBC4 News at 4 p.m. Wednesday, July 24, 2019.

Armed and Dangerous Suspect Sought in 3 Fatal Shootings

A man suspected of fatally shooting his father and brother at a Canoga Park apartment was sought early Thursday by police, who also suspect him in a shooting at a North Hollywood fuel station. We'll have updates here.

A man allegedly shot and killed his father and brother, then gunning down a gas station employees. Toni Guinyard and Mekahlo Medina report for Today in LA on Thursday July 25, 2019.

What's All the Stink About?

Hold your noses because "Scentennial," the corpse flower at The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens, is blooming. The flower that smells of rotting flesh will soon produce the offensive odor, which attracts curious visitors to the San Marino location. Here's what to know.

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From Tragedy to Champion, Kawhi Leonard's Path Back to Southern California

He's overcome tragedy to become a NBA champion. Now, Kawhi Leonard is preparing for the next challenge as he enters his first season as a Clipper. Here's his amazing story.

Steve Ballmer seemed more pumped than usual when he introduced the Clippers' new stars Paul George and Kawhi Leonard at a Wednesday July 24, 2019 news conference.
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