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  • Ban on fast-food eateries in South L.A. hasn't cut obesity, study says

    Ban on fast-food eateries in South L.A. hasn't cut obesity, study says
    Seven years ago, Los Angeles made national headlines with a novel attempt to reduce obesity in South L.A. by banning new fast-food restaurants.
  • L.A. election's biggest winner? City Council President Herb Wesson

    L.A. election's biggest winner? City Council President Herb Wesson
    In a Los Angeles election with an assortment of winners, no one at City Hall had a more triumphant Tuesday night than Los Angeles City Council President Herb Wesson. Voters reelected Wesson in a landslide, giving the former assembly speaker a third...

    L.A. City Council President Herb Wesson comes out on top

    L.A. City Council President Herb Wesson comes out on top
    In a Los Angeles election with an assortment of winners, no one at City Hall had a more triumphant Tuesday night than City Council President Herb Wesson. Voters reelected Wesson in a landslide, giving the former state Assembly speaker a third and...

    The Times' endorsements for Tuesday's election

    The Times' endorsements for Tuesday's election
    Don't sit this election out. It's true that there's no high-profile mayor's race or marijuana ballot measure, but Tuesday's election could lead to one of the most significant changes to local government in years. If Charter Amendments 1 and 2 pass, city...

    Outside money aiding incumbents in L.A. City Council races

    Outside money aiding incumbents in L.A. City Council races
    Unlimited outside spending in the campaigns for seven Los Angeles City Council seats has topped $1.2 million, with the vast majority of the money going to help incumbents at City Hall. The spending has only added to the lopsided nature of the contests...