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  • L.A. should be more selective with hotel tax breaks, some say

    L.A. should be more selective with hotel tax breaks, some say
    Nearly a decade ago, lawmakers in Los Angeles took an aggressive step to boost the city's languishing Convention Center, granting tens of millions of dollars in tax breaks to spark construction of a 54-story hotel nearby.
  • Sriracha factory could be headed out of Irwindale

    Sriracha factory could be headed out of Irwindale
    The Huy Fong Foods Sriracha factory, makers of the popular hot sauce with the rooster on the label, may be ready for a big move.  Amid its current legal woes with the city of Irwindale, which voted last week to declare the factory a public nuisance, Huy...

    Sriracha considers moving factory amid smell complaints

    Sriracha considers moving factory amid smell complaints
    After a months-long battle with the city of Irwindale over complaints about a spicy odor, Sriracha sauce creator David Tran said Wednesday he is now seriously considering moving his factory to another location. Tran responded Wednesday to the...

    Audit faults Cudahy as government in chaos

    Audit faults Cudahy as government in chaos
    When three city officials were arrested trying to shake down a marijuana dispensary owner, Cudahy was branded a town where bribes were routine and elections were rigged. On Tuesday, state officials added one more indignity to Cudahy's battered...

    Public officials in a wired world: How much privacy should they get?

     Public officials in a wired world: How much privacy should they get?
    New technology often challenges society's long-standing assumptions and standards, but sometimes courts — and others — lose sight of common sense as they grapple with the changes. That's the case in a recent decision of California's 6th...