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Government overseers of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum entered into a sweeping secrecy agreement requested by USC to keep under wraps their negotiations to surrender control of the taxpayer-owned venue to the private university, a top stadium...
Supporters of Exposition Park museums were successful Wednesday in stopping a plan that they said would cripple the institutions by giving USC control of public parking as part of the school's pending takeover of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. "We'...
Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge James Chalfant stared in disbelief Tuesday at a list of hundreds of Department of Water and Power employees who have asked that their names and salaries be withheld from the public, citing safety concerns. On...
The overseers of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum concealed from the public independent reports of lax financial controls and widespread spending abuses at the taxpayer-owned stadium that included sloppy accounting of hot dog sales and excessive perks...
L.A. NOWAssemblyman Allan Mansoor (R-Costa Mesa) introduced a bill Wednesday aimed at keeping the addresses of law-abiding gun owners private. Assembly Bill 134, dubbed the Family Protection Act, would prohibit law enforcement agencies from releasing personal...
The governing body of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum learned Wednesday that it is expected to lose millions of dollars this fiscal year, driving the taxpayer-owned stadium into a much deeper financial ditch as it reels from a costly corruption scandal....
L.A. NOWThe Times' Ben Welsh and Kate Linthicum will join city editor Shelby Grad at 10:45 a.m. to discuss LAPD response times across Los Angeles. The wait for 911 medical aid varies dramatically across the city, with the longest waits for many of the city's most...
L.A. NOWOne of the proudest achievements touted by Los Angeles County supervisors is that thrifty decisions have helped the bureaucracy avoid layoffs and major cuts in service. But some say the frugality hasn't extended to the board members' own perks. Eric......
L.A. NOWThe filming permit for the controversial "Innocence of Muslims" has been temporarily pulled from public view at the request of federal agencies, Los Angeles County officials said Thursday....
L.A. NOWUSC on Saturday vowed investigate allegations that a former county appraiser provided a car and a plane ticket to former USC football star Joe McKnight. The Times reported Saturday that a key figure in the ongoing corruption investigation at the......
L.A. NOWUSC said it is investigating allegations that a former county appraiser provided a car and a plane ticket to former USC football star Joe McKnight. The Times reported Saturday that a key figure in the ongoing corruption investigation at the......
L.A. NOWA reporter at the Mustang Daily — the student newspaper at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo — wanted a copy of an email for a story. He filed a California Public Records Act request with the chancellor's office in Long......
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