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  • After Waxman's bombshell, Rosendahl's first thought is: Ted Lieu

    After Waxman's bombshell, Rosendahl's first thought is: Ted Lieu
    After hearing the news of U.S. Rep. Henry A. Waxman's decision to retire from Congress, former Los Angeles Councilman Bill Rosendahl picked up the phone and called state Sen. Ted W. Lieu (D-Torrance) to urge him to run for the veteran Westside Democrat's seat.
  • Los Angeles may become a 'sanctuary city' for cat lovers

    Los Angeles may become a 'sanctuary city' for cat lovers
    Los Angeles City Councilman Paul Koretz has proposed raising the number of cats that Los Angeles residents can have in their homes from three to five. I know what you’re thinking: “Oh, no, I’m already over the limit. What will I do...

    Garcetti appoints three L.A. city representatives to Metro board

    Garcetti appoints three L.A. city representatives to Metro board
    Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti on Thursday appointed three Los Angeles representatives to the board of the county’s transportation agency, one of the biggest decisions the new mayor has made so far that will influence his administration’s...

    Council approves $40 million for Crenshaw Line stop in Leimert Park

    Council approves $40 million for Crenshaw Line stop in Leimert Park
    The Los Angeles City Council on Wednesday unanimously approved $40 million for an underground Crenshaw Line station in Leimert Park, which for years has been a source of friction between officials and the community. Councilmember Bernard C. Parks, whose...

    Bottom line on curb and street repair is bad news for homeowners

    Bottom line on curb and street repair is bad news for homeowners
    Imagine this. You've paid your taxes for decades, but your crumbling street hasn't been repaved since the Eisenhower administration. So you ask City Hall to step up, and the response goes something like this: Sure, we'll fix the street. But only if,...