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L.A. NOWFresh off of a stinging defeat in the race for District Attorney, Los Angeles City Atty. Carmen Trutanich said Wednesday that he intends to seek re-election at to his office at City Hall....
Do you ever wonder why the subway ends in North Hollywood instead of turning east to Burbank and Glendale? Or why the Gold Line turns right when it gets to Pasadena? Or why the Westside is getting light rail and a subway extension while you get nothing?...
Tags: Politics, Zev Yaroslavsky, Transportation, Elections, Travel
KTLA NewsLOS ANGELES, Calif. (KTLA) -- A post-sentencing hearing is scheduled Wednesday for the former LAPD campus police officer who staged his own shooting. Jeffrey Stenroos, 31, has already paid the L.A. City Council $309,000 in restitution for the bizarre...
There were vinyl albums by Etta James and the punk band X. There were cosmetic kits, one with seven kinds of nail polish. There were sleeping bags, luggage, cutlery, a small red guitar with a broken neck and a collection of Ernest Hemingway stories....
KTLA NewsLOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- The Los Angeles City Council has voted to approve a 3-percent increase in water rates for residential and business customers. DWP officials say it needs the increase to fund nearly $600 million in upgrades to drinking water...
Tags: Jan Perry, Eric Garcetti, Paul Koretz, KTLA
L.A. NOWFrustrated by reports of lavish spending and a high-priced employee payout, three members of the L.A. City Council called Tuesday for direct oversight of the beleaguered Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles, saying state and federal law should...
Opinion L.A.City Council districts change every 10 years as lines are redrawn to reflect demographic shifts recorded in the decennial census. This decade's current redistricting effort is now underway. But except for gaining or losing a few blocks at the far......
Opinion L.A.If Warren Furutani is elected to the City Council on Jan. 17, he would bring to six the number of former members of the state Legislature who took the demotion to serve in City Hall....
Opinion L.A.If he's elected to the Los Angeles City Council on Jan. 17, Joe Buscaino would expand the current cop bloc to four members. On a council of 15, that's a surprising number of reserve and retired LAPD officers, especially in......
Opinion L.A.In advance of the Jan. 17 special election runoff for the 15th City Council district, and as part of our process for endorsing a candidate, the Los Angeles Times editorial board interviewed candidates Joe Buscaino and Warren Furutani and re-familiarized.....
L.A. NOWUtility bills will rise by about $5 a month for the average residential customer in Los Angeles, thanks to an increase in water rates approved by the City Council on Wednesday. Officials at the Department of Water Power said the rate hikes were...
L.A. NOWLos Angeles City Councilman Dennis Zine announced Monday that he had pulled his endorsement of county prosecutor Alan Jackson in this year’s election for district attorney and faulted Jackson for running what he described as a campaign aimed at ...
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