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  • Geoffrey Palmer seen as both downtown L.A. trailblazer, steamroller

    Geoffrey Palmer seen as both downtown L.A. trailblazer, steamroller
    Before rows of trendy restaurants and luxury residential towers became common in downtown Los Angeles, developer Geoffrey H. Palmer had a vision for some of the city center's more neglected corners.
  • Halted Figueroa bike lane project riles cycling activists

    Halted Figueroa bike lane project riles cycling activists
    More than 200 miles of Los Angeles streets have been remade in the last five years, with city officials adding bike lanes where the car alone had long been king. In many cases, making room for cyclists has meant reducing the space for motorists, causing...

    L.A. Unified's decision to move students sparks furor

    L.A. Unified's decision to move students sparks furor
    The two schools are a two-minute drive apart in similarly low-income, largely immigrant neighborhoods. But to hear students tell it, the two places might as well be different planets. Lincoln High School in Lincoln Heights, located on the edge of...

    Car dealer fined $22,500 over his handling of L.A. campaign signs

    Car dealer fined $22,500 over his handling of L.A. campaign signs
    The Los Angeles City Ethics Commission on Thursday imposed a $22,500 fine on a Los Angeles car dealer who failed to disclose that he had paid for two large signs backing former City Atty. Carmen Trutanich during last year's election campaign....

    Groundbreaking set for monument to slain Salvadoran archbishop

    Groundbreaking set for monument to slain Salvadoran archbishop
    Members of the Salvadoran community in Los Angeles will realize a long-awaited dream when groundbreaking begins Saturday on a plaza to honor Msgr. Oscar A. Romero, a Catholic archbishop who was slain in 1980 during El Salvador's civil war. Romero, an...