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  • Emily's List backs Wendy Greuel in race to replace Rep. Waxman

    Emily's List backs Wendy Greuel in race to replace Rep. Waxman
    Emily's List, a nationwide network of female candidate supporters, on Friday threw its support behind former Los Angeles Controller Wendy Greuel, who is running for an open congressional seat this  year. Greuel "has demonstrated outstanding leadership...
  • In Mexico, L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti's Spanish goes far

    In Mexico, L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti's Spanish goes far
    MEXICO CITY — When historians write about 21st century Los Angeles, they'll probably observe that Eric Garcetti was the second Spanish-speaking L.A. mayor in a row to make an official visit to the Mexican capital. They may also note how trips such...
  • It's duck-and-cover day at City Hall as Toronto Mayor Rob Ford visits

    It's duck-and-cover day at City Hall as Toronto Mayor Rob Ford visits
    It was the day after the Oscars, but the happiest, most relieved Angeleno on Monday was probably Mayor Eric Garcetti. Why? Because he just happened to be on a trade mission to Mexico on the day Toronto Mayor Rob Ford came to Los Angeles. Ford —...
  • L.A. city leaders unsatisfied with audit of DWP-funded nonprofits

    L.A. city leaders unsatisfied with audit of DWP-funded nonprofits
    Los Angeles Department of Water and Power union leader Brian D'Arcy's effort to "clear the air" and explain what happened to more than $40 million in ratepayer money paid to two nonprofits has failed to convince city leaders calling for full accounting of...
  • UC releases list of 1,500 buildings; big step for L.A. quake safety

    UC releases list of 1,500 buildings; big step for L.A. quake safety
    The University of California’s release of data on nearly 1,500 older concrete buildings across Los Angeles marks a key step in the city’s efforts to improve earthquake safety. Now the hard part begins. University of California...
  • For Los Angeles, list is a first step toward improved quake safety

    For Los Angeles, list is a first step toward improved quake safety
    The University of California's release of data on nearly 1,500 older concrete buildings across Los Angeles marks a key step in the city's efforts to improve earthquake safety. Now the hard part begins. UC researchers spent several years compiling...
  • What Obama's Promise Zones could mean to L.A.

    What Obama's Promise Zones could mean to L.A.
    President Obama's 2014 State of the Union address Tuesday is certain to focus on issues of inequality and poverty. And what he has to say will have particular resonance in Los Angeles. Building on efforts four years in the making, the president...
  • District attorney joins battle over DWP nonprofit spending records

    Prosecutors and criminal investigators are joining a Los Angeles City Hall effort to determine how two controversial Department of Water and Power nonprofits have spent more than $40 million in ratepayer money, The Times has learned. An official in...
  • Inviting powerful DWP union boss for a drink

    Inviting powerful DWP union boss for a drink
    You can add the Los Angeles County district attorney's office to the long list of agencies and public officials going after one of the most powerful political players in the city. A D.A. source told me Tuesday that prosecutors have renewed their...
  • Metro will replace and refurbish scores of aging Blue Line cars

    Metro will replace and refurbish scores of aging Blue Line cars
    As part of a multi-year upgrade to the aging Metro Blue Line, the Los Angeles Metropolitan Transportation Authority will spend more than $850 million to purchase 78 train cars and renovate 52 more, officials said Wednesday.  The Blue Line, which...
  • Mayor's office: Top transportation department executive to resign

    Mayor's office: Top transportation department executive to resign
    The top executive at the Los Angeles Transportation Department is stepping down, the latest to depart under Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, the mayor's office told the Times. Jaime De La Vega, who had been a major influence on transportation policy...