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  • Ron Galperin for L.A. controller

    Ron Galperin for L.A. controller
    In the five-man race for Los Angeles controller, the best-known candidate is also the one who's had the best view of city government. That would be Dennis Zine, who is finishing his 12th and final year representing the City Council's 3rd District after...
  • Bob Blumenfield in Council District 3

    Bob Blumenfield in Council District 3
    Los Angeles' 3rd Council District covers much of the southwestern San Fernando Valley, and the race there to succeed termed-out Councilman Dennis Zine parallels election matchups in other districts, featuring as it does a would-be transplant from the...
  • Reward for information in Giants fan's beating grows to $100,000

     
    The Los Angeles City Council on Tuesday voted to offer a $50,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the suspects who attacked a Giants fan in the Dodger Stadium parking lot after Thursday's season opener. That......
  • Council committee demands details of all dismissed 'Gold Card' parking tickets

     
    The Department of Transportation has been instructed to provide a full report within 30 days on the roughly 1,000 parking tickets dismissed over a period of two years by a controversial review service known as the Gold Card Desk, according......
  • L.A. officials proclaim first LGBT Heritage Month

     
    Outside City Hall, a string of balloons hovered in the muggy June air. They were red, yellow, green, purple and blue. The rainbow theme was fitting: On Friday, officials launched the city's first Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Heritage Month.........
  • Divided L.A. Council argues over keeping red-light camera program

     
    A deeply divided Los Angeles City Council failed Tuesday to muster enough votes to resurrect the city’s photo red-light camera program, delaying yet again a final decision on the controversial initiative. Faced with a lack of support from his...
  • L.A. Councilman Dennis Zine to run for city controller's post

     
    Los Angeles City Councilman Dennis Zine signaled Wednesday that he plans to run for city controller in 2013. A former police officer who has represented a swath of the San Fernando Valley on the council since 2001, Zine is the......
  • Council leader pledges downtown stadium debate won't be rushed

     
    Los Angeles City Council President Eric Garcetti promised Tuesday that the panel will have plenty of time to debate a plan to bring an NFL stadium to downtown, seeking to soothe anxiety that a vote would be rushed. Several council......
  • L.A. council hires firm to defend suit by ex-pension appointee

     
    The City Council voted Wednesday to spend up to $50,000 to respond to a lawsuit filed against the city by Sean Harrigan, one of Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa’s top pension appointees....
  • Retailer's 'Graffiti Starter Kit' raises councilman's ire

     
    A “Graffiti Starter Kit” being distributed by the Aaron Brothers art store chain is under attack by Los Angeles city officials....
  • Graffiti debate: Art versus vandalism

     
    How do you talk about graffiti without glorifying it -- it's illegal when it's on a wall you don't have permission to paint -- but still recognizing its artistry? That was the challenge for the editorial board, which took the......