Los Angeles International Airport will become the largest in the country to allow passenger pick-ups by ride-sharing services like Uber and Lyft following a final vote of approval this week by the Los Angeles City Council. Uber still...Show More Summary
"This agreement is a big win for passengers," wrote a City Council member, "by giving them more safe and convenient options to get home from the airport."
Los Angeles International Airport has become the latest battleground in the war between taxi drivers and app-based ride services like Uber and Lyft. At stake is one of the most lucrative driver-for-hire markets in L.A. The taxi industry has strenuously lobbied the City Council to reject a plan...
About 100 miles north of Los Angeles International Airport in the Mojave Desert you’ll find Kia’s 4300 acre test facility. The South Korean company has been rigorously testing its vehicles here for just over a decade, with the view to building world-class cars and SUVs. CarAdvice has been invited onto the test track surrounded by […]
Rapper Wiz Khalifa said he was riding a hoverboard at the Los Angeles International Airport over the weekend when authorities stopped him and held him to the ground.
Wiz Khalifa said he got handcuffed on Saturday afternoon at Los Angeles International Airport because he wouldn’t get off his hoverboard.
The rapper claims he was "slammed and cuffed" for riding a hoverboard at Los Angeles International Airport
Apparently, riding on a hoverboard at the Los Angeles International Airport is a big no no — just ask Wiz Khalifa. The 27-year-old rapper was reportedly detained at the airport after he failed to dismount his “Back to the Future”-esque hoverboard, according to CNN. Show More Summary
"I stand for our generation, and our generation is gonna be riding hover boards."Either hoverboarding is permitted in the airport or it is not. I've linked to he NYT article, which includes the video showing Wiz Khalifa on the floor,...Show More Summary
Wiz Khalifa was arrested by Customs and Border Patrol officers yesterday for riding a hoverboard around in Los Angeles International Airport. When the rapper refused to dismount his vehicle of the future, the myopic fools standing in the way of progress wrestled him to the ground and cuffed him. Haven't been slammed and cuffed in […]
Wiz Khalifa was arrested in the Los Angeles International Airport during a confrontation involving a hoverboard.
Wiz Khalifa was arrested Saturday after he rode a hoverboard through Los Angeles International Airport, TMZ reports. The rapper, whose real name is Cameron Thomaz, posted videos and pictures of his arrest on Twitter and Instagram Saturday. "Haven't been slammed and cuffed in a while. That was fun,"... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Wiz Khalifa
Tweeting, “Haven’t been slammed and cuffed in a while. That was fun,” rapper Wiz Khalifa shared video clips of being harassed at Los Angeles International Airport on Saturday by Customs and Border Patrol officers, three of whom pulled him to the ground and piled on him in order to...
Rapper Wiz Khalifa was allegedly arrested at the Los Angeles International Airport on Saturday after he refused to get off his hoverboard. "Haven't been slammed and cuffed in a while. That was fun," he tweeted, along with a photo and video of the incident. Show More Summary
Los Angeles International Airport is hiring Orkin... not just to respond to rodent sightings, but to literally always be on site and go out in search of vermin. They're making a 10x increased investment in fighting pests as part of a $5.2 million 7 year contract. Continue reading LAX Has a New Way to Get Rid of Rats, Mice, and Roaches...
A plan that would allow Uber and Lyft to operate at Los Angeles International Airport was narrowly approved by a City Council panel Tuesday, increasing the odds that the ride-hailing companies will soon extend full service to one of Southern California's busiest transportation hubs.
American Airlines announced Tuesday it will begin the only nonstop flight service from Los Angeles International Airport to Havana, Cuba, in December. The charter flight, which will operate weekly on Saturdays, is a partnership with Cuba Travel Services, which has worked with U.S. Show More Summary
The push to make Los Angeles International Airport the largest in the nation to allow Uber and Lyft has hit an obstacle at City Hall as the ride-hailing services battle with the powerful taxicab industry for influence.
A second Special Olympics athlete from Ivory Coast was reported missing on Tuesday, hours before he was scheduled to fly out of Los Angeles International Airport, authorities said.
At least four men ticketed by Los Angeles International Airport police while driving for Uber's low-cost car service have criminal convictions that would bar them from operating a taxi in Los Angeles, records show.