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  • California Gov. Jerry Brown signs bill to outlaw 'revenge porn'

    California Gov. Jerry Brown signs bill to outlaw 'revenge porn'
    SACRAMENTO — Gov. Jerry Brown on Tuesday signed bills that will ease the state's sale of potentially hundreds of surplus homes in Los Angeles County, outlaw an Internet trend known as "revenge porn" and help the state implement the Affordable Care...
  • BART official: 'No talks are scheduled' to end strike

    BART official: 'No talks are scheduled' to end strike
    As the morning commute dragged on Monday morning -- traffic reports called the Bay Bridge "worse than a parking lot," with cars backed up east to Walnut Creek and south to San Lorenzo -- the stall in negotiations also persisted. By 9:30 a.m., Bay Area...
  • Largest California state workers union says pay raises on the way

    SACRAMENTO -- California's largest union of state workers, SEIU Local 1000, said it has reached a tentative agreement with officials of Gov. Jerry Brown's administration to award "across-the-board" pay raises to its members. The raises, which were...
  • City Council approves final Villaraigosa budget of $7.7 billion

    City Council approves final Villaraigosa budget of $7.7 billion
    The Los Angeles City Council on Thursday unanimously approved Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa’s final budget, expanding key services as several members acknowledged that many city workers will likely get a 5.5% raise in eight months. Councilman Eric...
  • Mixed signals on city budget give voters more reason for cynicism

    Mixed signals on city budget give voters more reason for cynicism
    When I scolded deadbeat Angelenos for blowing off Tuesday's election, some of them had just enough energy to return fire. "I chose not to spit into the wind anymore," wrote Lou. "It is not an embarrassment to shun an embarrassment like L.A....
  • Dispute with LAX contractor has workers threatening holiday labor action

     
    Airport workers and union officials plan to warn the L.A. City Council that they might resort to labor actions during the holidays at busy LAX unless the city revokes the operating license of an airline services company whose employees are no longer...
  • Prison agency cancels contract with firm co-owned by senator's husband

     
    California prison agency cancels contract with firm co-owned by Senator's husband...
  • Stockton bankruptcy: City could file as early as Thursday

     
    Stockton is expected to file papers seeking bankruptcy protection in federal court as early as Thursday. The council, which decided to take the action Tuesday, ordered a stop to bond payments, slashed employee health and retirement benefits, and adopted...
  • California braces for Supreme Court healthcare ruling

     
    As the U.S. Supreme Court prepares to hand down its ruling on the federal healthcare law championed by President Obama, advocates in California are bracing for the worst, and hoping that California might be able to forge its own path......
  • SEIU drops initiatives as part of California hospital accord

     
    A labor union that pushed a pair of ballot measures to rein in excessive hospital billing and expand healthcare for the poor has dropped them -- in exchange for an agreement that, among other things, enlists the hospital industry in......
  • Glendale Memorial Hospital employees protest planned layoffs

     
    Nurses, technicians and other employees gathered outside Glendale Memorial Hospital Thursday morning to protest planned layoffs....