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Street closures for Sunday’s Los Angeles Marathon

LOS ANGELES (CNS) - Sunday’s 30th annual Los Angeles Marathon will again mean dozens of miles of temporary no parking, tow-away lanes, and closed roads from Dodger Stadium to the sea. Street closings at the eastern end of the course were planned to start at 3:15 a.m. Sunday for the early stages, and those downtown-area […]

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L.A. street closures for Obama’s visit, areas to avoid

LOS ANGELES (CNS) - President Barack Obama is scheduled to arrive at Los Angeles International just in time for today’s afternoon rush hour, meaning motorists in selected areas should be prepared for detours or delays. Obama will be taping an appearance on the ABC late-night talk show “Jimmy Kimmel Live” in Hollywood and conducting a […]

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Hollywood streets to avoid for Academy Awards Sunday

HOLLYWOOD (CNS) - Unless you’re nominated for an Oscar or have a ticket for the Academy Awards ceremony, Hollywood might be a good place to avoid on Sunday thanks to traffic and extensive street restrictions, but those who do venture into the area are being advised to be careful of where they park. Parking restrictions […]

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Hollywood street closures begin for Oscars, list here

HOLLYWOOD (CNS) - One week before the Academy Awards ceremony, motorists in the Hollywood area will start seeing detours today as streets begin closing in advance of the 87th Oscar ceremony. Some alleys, sidewalks and curb lanes have already been closed near Hollywood Boulevard and Highland Avenue, but the bigger traffic headaches will begin at 10 p.m., […]

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Vice President Biden’s motorcade will close major thoroughfares

CULVER CITY (CNS) - Vice President Joe Biden will visit West Los Angeles College today to meet with students and administrators to discuss the importance of helping people achieve their higher-education goals.   The meeting is likely an effort to tout President Barack Obama’s recently announced proposal to make community college free for two years […]

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