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  • LAPD Chief Charlie Beck's side

     LAPD Chief Charlie Beck's side
    In the three-plus years since Charlie Beck put on the chief's badge at the LAPD, his goal has been to consolidate a modern, multiethnic, publicly responsible 10,000-officer department, as envisioned in the rattling reforms of 15 and 20 years ago. The chief's recent trial by fire was about one ex-probationary cop named Christopher Dorner and the manhunt that ended in Dorner's death, consumed millions in law enforcement dollars and ate up, for the moment at least, some fraction of the goodwill the LAPD has been working to bank. With investigations launched into Dorner's claims and the LAPD's use of force, Beck sizes up the fallout so far.
  • Jobs and the economy drive voters to polls in Costa Mesa

    The state of the nation's economy drove Orange County residents Randy Minor and Brandon Burgason to a polling place in Costa Mesa, where they said they voted for Mitt Romney.

    In their words: L.A. mayor candidates answer The Times' questions

    L.A. Police Chief Charlie Beck has a good chance of keeping his job if any of the three most prominent candidates for mayor manages to win. But embattled Fire Chief Brian Cummings? Not so much. When The Times posed a series of questions about major issues...

    Will Villaraigosa's $100-million cost shift be an issue in 2013?

    When L.A. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa convinced other city officials to put off paying at least $100 million in personnel costs during the Great Recession, he created a campaign dilemma for several possible successors when he steps down in 2013.

    Coming Sunday: The move to delay a train safety requirement

    In the wake of the deadly Metrolink crash near Chatsworth in 2008, Congress passed a law requiring that train operators in the nation install a sophisticated automatic breaking system by 2015. On Sunday, Times reporters Dan Weikel, based in Los Angeles,...