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  • Virgin America flight attendants OK union

    Virgin America flight attendants OK union
    Flight attendants at Virgin America airline approved representation by the Transport Workers Union of America, with 58 percent voting in favor, the union said on Wednesday, citing a National Mediation Board tally. The decision ends the last non-union U....
  • L.A. City Council adopts plan to end feud over two DWP nonprofits

    L.A. City Council adopts plan to end feud over two DWP nonprofits
    Los Angeles lawmakers Wednesday approved a plan meant to end a drawn-out legal and political battle over financial records at two Department of Water and Power-affiliated nonprofits, adopting a laundry list of conditions that would have to be met before...
  • 'Survivor' Post-Production Editors Go on Strike Seeking IATSE Contract

    The post-production crew of the series "Survivor" has launched a strike against Mark Burnett's Island Post Prods. Inc. -- less than six weeks before the premiere of the CBS reality show's 29th season. Representatives for the crew announced Wednesday no...
  • L.A., police union reach legal deal over salaries for new recruits

    Los Angeles officials said Tuesday that they have reached an agreement to resolve a union lawsuit over the pay provided to nearly 1,000 police officers hired since 2010. The settlement with the Los Angeles Police Protective League, the rank-and-file...
  • Editors Strike Against Mark Burnett's 'Survivor' For Union Contract

    By Tim Kenneally LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) - The editors of CBS' reality TV hit "Survivor" have voted themselves off the job. At least for the time being. The post-production crew for the series halted work on the series, going on strike while demanding...
  • Saucon Valley School Board: Some teachers' pay would soar under union plan

    If the Saucon Valley School District adopted the union's contract proposal for the next four years, some teachers could see their salaries go up more than 40 percent over the course of the contract, according to the school district. The district Thursday...
  • Saucon Valley board's contract position justified

    "The district already has ample funds to pay for it. They can afford it. They're just choosing not to," states Andrew Muir, the Saucon Valley School District teachers union lawyer, regarding the unresolved contract. It's unsettling to accept his position...
  • 'Survivor' Editors Strike For Union Contract Comes to an End

    By Jason Hughes LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) - After a short strike, production is set to resume Thursday on CBS's "Survivor." The post-production crew had been looking for union recognition, as well as health and retirement benefits. After notifying their...
  • Chicago Tribune poll: Support for Mayor Rahm Emanuel falling fast in Chicago

    Chicago Tribune poll: Support for Mayor Rahm Emanuel falling fast in Chicago
    Chicago voters have grown sharply dissatisfied with Mayor Rahm Emanuel's job performance and have signaled a willingness to support his most prominent potential challenger, a new Chicago Tribune poll has found. Facing concerns over crime, education...
  • Healthcare chain's bid for 6 hospitals draws protest

    Healthcare chain's bid for 6 hospitals draws protest
    Prime Healthcare Services Inc., a hospital chain that has come under fire for billing and patient privacy issues, is facing opposition over its potential acquisition of six California hospitals, including two medical centers in Los Angeles County. On...
  • L.A. officials want to attach strings to DWP-linked nonprofit funds

    L.A. officials want to attach strings to DWP-linked nonprofit funds
    Los Angeles lawmakers want to hitch more than a dozen conditions to a planned $4-million payment to two controversial nonprofits affiliated with the Department of Water and Power, including giving city auditors "unfettered access" to their records and...