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Almost 21 million residential customers of Southern California Gas Co. will see their monthly bills increase by about 5%, or $1.94, now that state utility regulators have approved a four-year plan to guarantee revenue collected by the nation's largest...
A funny thing happened on the way to Tom Girardi’s Major League Baseball career. He was riding the bus to Albuquerque with dreams of joining a farm club and making it to the big leagues. The bus pulled into a parking lot at a diner, and Girardi went...
GreenspaceThe fight over Proposition 23, the ballot initiative to suspend California's global warming law, "will definitely be a David versus Goliath battle," Steve Maviglio, spokesman for the opponents told a reporter in September. "Our slingshot versus their oily...
L.A. NOWMayor Antonio Villaraigosaâs appointees at the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power voted unanimously to hire Seattle-based utility consultant Ron Nichols as the agencyâs newest general manager. He will be paid $345,000....
L.A. NOWA state assemblyman who resigned after bragging of sex with a woman later identified as a lobbyist was treated by other lobbying groups to dinners and receptions with tabs totaling $486 this year, he disclosed to the state's ethics watchdog......
L.A. NOWFormer Assemblyman Mike Duvall of Yorba Linda will not face any federal charges after an FBI investigation into his comments, made over an open microphone, that he had a sexual relationship with a woman who was widely believed to be......
Money & CompanyJPMorgan Chase & Co. has taken lots of heat for being "too big to fail," but that is not stopping the nation's second-largest bank from getting even bigger. The New York-based bank said Tuesday that it had agreed to pay......
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersPublic Utilities Commissioner Timothy A. Simon solicited donations from companies he regulates to help pay for a nonprofit conference on green energy hosted last month by one of his political patrons, documents and interviews show. Two weeks after the...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterA massage for a lawmaker's wife. Circus tickets for his kids. Keys to a mountain cabin for the weekend. A donation to his favorite charity or one that flies him across the world on an "educational" trip. There are many ways to get a politician's...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterSupreme Court justices on Tuesday heard a recounting of what lawyers called "the worst electricity market crisis in history." And they heard the story of how Enron Corp. and others helped create the spike in electricity prices in California and the West...
JOY HOROWITZ, a former Times staff writer, is the author of the forthcoming "Parts Per Million: The Poisoning of Beverly Hills High School."THE ARREST this month of a reporter, accused of trespassing for taking soil samples at a pesticide-contaminated Paramus, N.J., middle school, is a powerful reminder of our tolerance for official secrecy about environmental health risks at schools....
Special to The TimesSTEVE BROWNELL has a dim view of his tankless water heater, and he's in denial about his utility bills. Three years ago, the Irvine resident installed the heater in his 3,000-square-foot, single-story home with the goal that the unit would pay for itself...
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