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  • 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 —...
  • Toronto Mayor Rob Ford visits L.A. City Hall but misses Garcetti

    Toronto Mayor Rob Ford visits L.A. City Hall but misses Garcetti
    Toronto Mayor Rob Ford paid a visit to L.A. City Hall, but Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti was nowhere to be found. Not because he was avoiding Ford, who got into a political pinch back home after admitting to crack cocaine use, but because Garcetti was...
  • Embattled Toronto Mayor Rob Ford makes surprise visit to L.A. City Hall

    Embattled Toronto Mayor Rob Ford makes surprise visit to L.A. City Hall
    Toronto Mayor Rob Ford, in a political pinch back home after admitting to crack cocaine use, paid an unexpected visit to Los Angeles City Hall on Monday, wandering the marble hallways in search of Mayor Eric Garcetti or anyone willing to sit down with ...
  • Judge signals he will order DWP union to turn over financial records

    Judge signals he will order DWP union to turn over financial records
    A Los Angeles judge signaled Tuesday that he intends to order Department of Water and Power union chief Brian D'Arcy to turn over financial information showing how two nonprofit trusts he co-directs used $40 million in ratepayer money. D’Arcy, who...
  • Aspiring L.A. firefighters feel cheated by aborted hiring program

    Aspiring L.A. firefighters feel cheated by aborted hiring program
    John Mireles spent six years preparing to become a firefighter. The Signal Hill resident took fire science classes and worked nights on an ambulance crew, in addition to his full-time day job. He said he passed the Los Angeles Fire Department written...
  • Judge may order DWP to turn over nonprofits' records

    Judge may order DWP to turn over nonprofits' records
    A Los Angeles County judge signaled Tuesday that Department of Water and Power union chief Brian D'Arcy will have to turn over records showing how two nonprofit trusts he co-directs used $40 million in ratepayer money. D'Arcy has been locked in a...
  • Judge rules against DWP union; D'Arcy must turn over records

    Judge rules against DWP union; D'Arcy must turn over records
    A Los Angeles judge made a preliminary ruling Tuesday that Department of Water and Power union chief Brian D'Arcy must turn over financial information that shows how two nonprofit groups he co-directs with the utility’s general manager used $40...
  • LAFD union leader says suspending hiring program 'patently unfair'

    LAFD union leader says suspending hiring program 'patently unfair'
    The president of the union representing Los Angeles firefighters on Monday told the mayor that suspending a controversial hiring program is "patently unfair" to candidates on track to be included in future classes. Capt. Frank Lima voiced his concerns...
  • Thelma Melendez, mayor's education advisor, to join L.A. Unified

    Thelma Melendez, mayor's education advisor, to join L.A. Unified
    The mayor’s top education advisor, Thelma Melendez de Santa Ana, is joining the Los Angeles Unified School District as a senior administrator. The 55-year-old Melendez, a former Obama administration official, was talked about in recent times as...
  • L.A. Marathon: Cyclists win a reprieve

    L.A. Marathon: Cyclists win a reprieve
    The Marathon Crash Race is officially canceled. But the "fun ride" is on. “The city really, really, really, really wanted me to get a permit,” said Don Ward, organizer of the bicycling group Wolfpack Hustle and the annual Marathon Crash...
  • Democrats endorse Kuehl, Solis for supervisor, but no one for sheriff

    Members of the Los Angeles County Democratic Party voted Wednesday to endorse former U.S. Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis and former state lawmaker Sheila Kuehl in the race for two open seats on the county Board of Supervisors in June’s primary...