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  • SoCalGas names a new CEO: Dennis V. Arriola

    SoCalGas names a new CEO: Dennis V. Arriola
    Dennis V. Arriola, the son of Mexican immigrants who first settled in a trailer home in Compton, has been named chief executive of Southern California Gas Co. The 53-year-old becomes the company's first Latino chief executive, taking the helm of the...
  • Wright introduces bill to downgrade nonviolent felony convictions

    Wright introduces bill to downgrade nonviolent felony convictions
    SACRAMENTO —Two days after a jury found him guilty on eight felony counts of voter fraud and perjury, state Sen. Roderick Wright introduced a bill that would allow some nonviolent felony convictions to be converted to misdemeanors. The Democrat,...
  • Sen. Wright raises $248,000 for his legal defense fund

    SACRAMENTO -- Three days after a jury found him guilty of eight felony counts, state Sen. Roderick Wright reported Friday that political supporters have helped him raise $248,000 for his legal defense fund. On Tuesday, a Los Angeles jury found Wright...
  • Three men charged with funneling illegal campaign funds

    Three men charged with funneling illegal campaign funds
    SAN DIEGO — Just as this city is recovering from the scandal that drove Bob Filner from the mayor's office, along comes another political firestorm. But instead of sexual harassment, it involves allegations of illegal contributions flowing into...
  • Two charged in illegal San Diego campaign contribution scheme

    Two charged in illegal San Diego campaign contribution scheme
    SAN DIEGO -- A retired San Diego police officer and the owner of a Washington, D.C.-based election services business have been charged with conspiring to funnel more than $500,000 of illegal contributions from a Mexican businessman into San Diego...
  • Donors began distancing themselves from Calderon before probe

    Donors began distancing themselves from Calderon before probe
    SACRAMENTO — Even before the FBI raided state Sen. Ronald S. Calderon's Capitol office as part of a corruption investigation, some of his strongest supporters were already distancing themselves from the Montebello Democrat. About six months before...
  • Justices examine energy crunch

    Supreme 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...