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  • L.A. Times editorial writer Robert Greene wins Walker Stone Award

     
    Los Angeles Times editorial writer Robert Greene has been awarded this year’s Walker Stone Award for “outstanding achievement in editorial writing” by the Scripps Howard Foundation. The award announced Friday is one of several accolades presented by...
  • Primary Source: DWP and city officials pitch their rate increase proposal

     
    Shortly after unveiling on Monday a plan to increase rates by between 8% and 28% on Los Angeles electricity users to cover the fluctuating cost of coal and natural gas and boost the city's efforts to get more of its energy from renewable sources,...
  • Pacific Time podcast: Primary primer, summer entertainment and tech talk [Updated]

     
    In this week's edition of Pacific Time: It's a double header. First, in every election season, the Los Angeles Times editorial board studies the issues and offers its educated and informed recommendations. Editorial writer Robert Greene leads the...
  • Pacific Time podcast: An election special edition with an audio column from Steve Lopez

     
    In this special edition of Pacific Time: We review the results of Tuesday's primary election. State political reporter Cathleen Decker gives her insight on the big California races, editorial writer Robert Greene offers a scorecard of how voters'...
  • Which came first: Chickens, eggs or Proposition 2?

     
    A year and a half after California voters overwhelmingly passed a ballot measure to improve the treatment of chickens, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger on Tuesday took the next peck by signing a bill to extend the same protections to out-of-state birds. How can...
  • Schwarzenegger says 'no' to majority budget votes [UPDATED]

     
    If California adopted its budgets by majority vote of the Legislature, like every other state except Arkansas and Rhode Island, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger would be home by now. But we don't, and apparently the governor wants to keep things the way they...
  • Lawsuit filed over Proposition 22

     
    It’s close to the end of lawsuit season at the secretary of state’s office: Partisans may seek to change language on the Nov. 2 ballot until Monday, when arguments, analyses and the rest of the official voting materials are sent to the printer. A suit...
  • If L.A. County Supervisor Yvonne Burke would rather live in a tonier district, fine -- she's free to relinquish her seat

    Pity our hapless elected officials, who are simply trying to live their lives, take their pay and shuttle among their multiple houses. Now they have reporters stalking them, confronting them with their inconsistencies and trying to find out if they are...
  • 40 on 40

    If "Special Order 40" sounds vaguely like a term from a spy or science fiction thriller, that's in keeping with the surreal conversation that is raging around the 1979 Los Angeles Police Department rule. Specifically, the order has figured centrally in...
  • Lights, camera, Baca!

    WILL PARIS Hilton bring down Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca? Is her media cachet the missing ingredient that can focus public outrage on his early release of offenders and the special treatment that talk-show hosts and bloggers claim he gives...
  • California's propositions

    Proposition 1A What it does: Authorizes $9.95 billion in bonds to build an electric train to get people from Los Angeles to San Francisco in just over 2 1/2 hours. Back story: This is the governor's and the Legislature's baby, years in the making....