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As Mayor-elect Eric Garcetti assembles his new administration, it is interesting, and encouraging, to note the odd confluence of circumstances that will leave him beholden less to factions or special interests and more to the people of Los Angeles....
Bell's finances have worsened considerably since its infamous corruption scandal, leaving the city unable to refund millions of dollars in taxes illegally levied on residents and businesses, an audit released Wednesday shows. The report by the state...
For candidates, campaigners, consultants and donors, Tuesday night must feel a little like standing at the roulette table in a Las Vegas Casino. Bets are down and the wheel is spinning. Who will win, who will lose, no one knows until the wheel stops. Or...
Tags: Politics, Elections, Local Government
Tom Girardi woke up at 5:30 a.m. on April 1. As always, he had a lot on his mind. But today, he also had a heavy heart. It was Opening Day of the Los Angeles Dodgers 2013 season, a celebration the former aspiring big league baseball player used to revel...
Marcel Melanson was a hero in Compton. The fire battalion chief led teams that raced to help victims of car crashes and street violence. Three years ago, he got national exposure as a star of a BET reality TV program that followed Compton firefighters...
A loud screeching sound echoed across the oval racetrack as a driver burned rubber, revving the engine of a silver Mercedes-Benz and spinning the vehicle a full 360 degrees while kicking up a cloud of dust and smoke. This wasn't a stock car race, but...
About 300 labor union members and other activists staged a demonstration to protest the potential sale of the Los Angeles Times to the politically conservative Koch brothers. Demonstrators marched outside the downtown L.A. headquarters of Oaktree...
About 300 labor-union members and other activists staged a demonstration Tuesday to protest the potential sale of the Los Angeles Times to the billionaire politically conservative Koch brothers. Demonstrators marched outside the downtown L.A....
Tags: Newspapers, Employees, Career and Workplace, David Koch, AFL-CIO
Coda Automotive Inc., the Los Angeles-based electric-car maker backed by billionaire Philip Falcone, has filed for bankruptcy and will put itself up for sale. Coda listed assets of no more than $50 million and liabilities of up to $100 million in the...
On the day Frank McCourt surrendered the keys to Dodger Stadium and cashed out, the Dodgers had the best record in the National League. In the year since Mark Walter flashed his cash and Magic Johnson flashed his smile — from May 1 of last year...
Tags: Los Angeles Dodgers, Ned Colletti , Sports, Bud Selig, Dodger Stadium
The San Bernardino police officers' union took a very public shot at several of the bankrupt city's elected officials with a billboard proclaiming, "Congratulations! You've made San Bernardino the WORST run city in America!" The billboard featured...
The former El Segundo headquarters of the visual effects studio Rhythm & Hues has been sold for $25 million to real estate developers who plan to upgrade it and turn it into an office campus for creative firms. Rhythm & Hues was acquired in March in a...
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