Dan Weikel

Los Angeles Times

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Transportation reporter for the Los Angeles Times

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Tuesday’s election isn’t creating a lot of interest in much of Southern California, but in Santa Monica, it’s a different story.  One ballot measure could effectively shut down the…

Municipal Warfare in Santa Monica

Tuesday’s election isn’t creating a lot of interest in much of Southern California, but in Santa Monica, it’s a different story.  One ballot measure could effectively shut down the…

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At LAX, the Tom Bradley International Terminal is already being expanded.

Will New Concourse Make LAX Easier to Navigate?

At LAX, the Tom Bradley International Terminal is already being expanded.

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There are new findings today about what caused Asiana Flight 214 to crash into a sea wall at San Francisco airport last summer. The crash killed three people and injured more than 180.

Mismanagement Blamed for Asiana Flight 214 Crash at SFO

There are new findings today about what caused Asiana Flight 214 to crash into a sea wall at San Francisco airport last summer. The crash killed three people and injured more than 180.

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