As she wages a tough campaign to oust Nury Martinez from her seat on the Los Angeles City Council, rival candidate Cindy Montañez takes the same complaint to audiences in Van Nuys, Panorama City and Sunland.
Los Angeles officials are taking a new run at the politically sensitive issue of clearing sidewalks of personal possessions left unattended by the homeless, without running afoul of court rulings.
Sales clerk Nicole Daniels leans over the glass countertop at A-1 Wireless and ticks off what the four candidates competing to replace retiring City Councilman Bernard C. Parks should focus on.
Two independent political committees supporting Los Angeles City Council candidates sent out campaign mailers that don't list the donors who paid for them — a practice that raises concerns among critics who say it undercuts city rules to make groups spell out their biggest bankrollers.
Switching his alliance, Mayor Eric Garcetti announced Wednesday that he is backing Councilmember Nury Martinez's bid to win reelection to her seat representing Van Nuys, Arleta and Sun Valley.
Los Angeles City Councilwoman Nury Martinez's rival in the March 3 election says an independent group backing the incumbent violated city ethics laws by sending out mailers that do not list the major donors who paid for them.