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Zev Yaroslavsky

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  • Details behind Yaroslavsky's 2004 Super Bowl tickets in dispute

    Details behind Yaroslavsky's 2004 Super Bowl tickets in dispute
    County Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky used his position on the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Commission to score a pair of hard-to-get tickets to the 2004 Super Bowl in Houston. Whether he paid for them, why he obtained them and who provided them is in...
  • Poor care for veterans becomes campaign issue

    Poor care for veterans becomes campaign issue
    Bob Rosebrock and I sat under a tree on the West Los Angeles Department of Veterans Affairs property, discussing his pet peeve: How the country is failing its veterans. There was plenty to talk about. Nearby was the gleaming $253-million California...
  • Leaders of cash-strapped Coliseum complex claim luxury suite

    Leaders of cash-strapped Coliseum complex claim luxury suite
    Last month, four of the Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena's bosses decided to catch the Boss, so they used their government position to claim a luxury suite for Bruce Springsteen's sold-out stand there. The taxpayer-owned venue is in financial ruins, but...
  • Herald-Examiner's last man standing

    Herald-Examiner's last man standing
    The last edition of the Los Angeles Herald-Examiner was published on Nov. 2, 1989, with the headline: "So long, Los Angeles." But 23 years later, one employee has not yet said goodbye. Chuck Lutz hasn't even left the building. "They never told me...
  • Incidents expose flaws in civilian oversight of Sheriff's Dept.

    Incidents expose flaws in civilian oversight of Sheriff's Dept.
    Revelations of brutality by Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies and cover-ups inside the jails have exposed significant shortcomings in the department's civilian watchdog system, which was created to prevent such misconduct. The watchdogs have come...
  • Legislature's black caucus objects to parts of USC-Coliseum deal

    Legislature's black caucus objects to parts of USC-Coliseum deal
    All nine members of the Legislature's black caucus are urging state officials to scrap parts of a deal that would allow USC to run the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. The lawmakers, who said they support the idea of USC managing the Coliseum, where the...
  • Carmen H. Warschaw dies at 95; key Democratic figure in L.A.

    Carmen H. Warschaw dies at 95; key Democratic figure in L.A.
    Carmen H. Warschaw, a prominent Democratic Party figure in Los Angeles and California for decades who was also a generous donor to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and USC, has died. She was 95. Warschaw died Nov. 6 of natural causes at Cedars-Sinai in Los...
  • 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....
  • State political watchdog is investigating L.A. Coliseum chief

    State political watchdog is investigating L.A. Coliseum chief
    State authorities are investigating whether the head of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum illegally sought a job with USC even as he was responsible for protecting taxpayers in talks to surrender control of the stadium to the university. The probe is...
  • Wanted: A mayor worthy of L.A.

    Wanted: A mayor worthy of L.A.
    Since my knee replacement surgery less than two weeks ago, I've been popping narcotic painkillers that come with long lists of potential side effects. Among them are vomiting, hallucinating and impaired thinking. It is perhaps that third one that made...
  • Minority of L.A. County voters quashed transit tax extension

    Minority of L.A. County voters quashed transit tax extension
    A minority of voters living in a daisy chain of small, suburban and relatively upscale enclaves around the county's outer rim were largely responsible for last fall's razor thin defeat of a $90-billion transit tax that received lopsided ballot box...