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Don Knabe

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  • Safe Surrender program for unwanted newborns gives moms an option

    Safe Surrender program for unwanted newborns gives moms an option
    Los Angeles County officials on Thursday plan to celebrate a former Safe Surrender baby's fourth birthday and launch a campaign to remind a new generation of mothers about the program. "Nicholas’ fourth birthday is a reminder of the 109 precious...
  • NAACP official wants Coliseum chief to quit over Col. Klink comment

    NAACP official wants Coliseum chief to quit over Col. Klink comment
    The local branch of the NAACP has called on the top manager of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum to resign because of an email exchange that referred to City Councilman Bernard C. Parks as "Col. Klink," the inept fictional character from the 1965-1971...
  • 7th newborn this year turned over under Safe Surrender program

    A baby girl was turned over at a hospital in Lancaster this week under the county's Safe Surrender program. The newborn was seventh this year to be given up under the program, according to Los Angeles County officials. "Last week, we launched a new...
  • Citizen's commission to investigate Dept. of Family Services

    Citizen's commission to investigate Dept. of Family Services
    The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to create a citizens' blue ribbon commission to propose reforms in the county's troubled child welfare agency. The commission, with two members appointed by each of the five supervisors, will...
  • L.A. County delays decision on troubled foster care contractor

    L.A. County delays decision on troubled foster care contractor
    Los Angeles County Supervisors Michael D. Antonovich and Gloria Molina were unable to win passage of a measure to sever ties to a foster care contractor with a history of substantiated child abuse and financial malfeasance. Under the supervisors'...
  • Judge says L.A. should end contract with private foster agency

    Judge says L.A. should end contract with private foster agency
    The presiding judge of L.A. County's Juvenile Court and the head of a court-appointed law firm representing foster children have called on Los Angeles county supervisors to sever the county’s contract with Teens Happy Homes. Starr Heimov, who...
  • L.A. County supervisors to consider cutting Grand Park filming fees

    L.A. County supervisors to consider cutting Grand Park filming fees
    Los Angeles County supervisors are scheduled to vote Tuesday on whether to eliminate or reduce filming fees at their newly opened downtown Grand Park to entice Hollywood to use the site more. Movie productions currently have to spend $20,000 per block...
  • Knabe says LAX has not done enough for airport regionalization

    Knabe says LAX has not done enough for airport regionalization
    A county report released Monday added fuel to the debate over whether the operator of Los Angeles International Airport is adequately trying to spread the growth of commercial flights to other airports in the area. Requested by the Los Angeles County...
  • L.A. County rejects school districts' bid to avoid voting rights suits

    L.A. County rejects school districts' bid to avoid voting rights suits
    Los Angeles County officials rejected a bid Tuesday from several Santa Clarita Valley school districts and a water district hoping to consolidate elections and avoid the kind of voting rights lawsuits that other local governments have been hit with. The...
  • Coliseum faces millions in losses

    Coliseum faces millions in losses
    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....
  • Coliseum panel misses $500,000 rental payment to state

    Coliseum panel misses $500,000 rental payment to state
    The financially strapped Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Commission has failed to pay $500,000 in rent to the state of California. The board of the California Science Center, which owns the land where the Coliseum sits, has asked the state attorney...