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  • Gov. Brown sends out robocall for Gilbert Cedillo's City Council bid

     
    A robocall recorded by California Gov. Jerry Brown went out to 25,000 voters Tuesday in support of Gilbert Cedillo, a candidate for an Eastside seat on the L.A. City Council....
  • Labor group pours money into three L.A. City Council races

     
    The powerful labor group that fought a plan to scale back retirement benefits at City Hall has spent more than $200,000 to elect three new members of the City Council, according to reports filed Saturday....
  • L.A. Votes: Last-weekend barbs and poll results

     
    Approaching Tuesday's vote, a USC Price/L.A. Times poll found Eric Garcetti and Wendy Greuel close to a tie for the lead. However, a large number of voters who say they could still change their minds could yet swing who makes......
  • Greuel picks up another big union endorsement

     
    The political committee of a powerful L.A. County labor organization backed City Controller Wendy Greuel in the May 21 mayoral contest on Tuesday after declining to pick a candidate in the primary....
  • Antonovich calls on MTA to review Gold Line expenditures

    Antonovich calls on MTA to review Gold Line expenditures
    Los Angeles County Supervisor Mike Antonovich today called for a review of expenditures made by the Metro Gold Line Foothill Extension Construction Authority -- the latest volley after three high-profile officials, including South Pasadena Councilman...
  • Launching a new vision of the L.A. River

    Launching a new vision of the L.A. River
    The long-awaited Paddle the Los Angeles River pilot program got off to a wobbly start Monday as two dozen civic leaders in hard hats and bulging life vests stepped into kayaks and pushed out through murky ripples in the Sepulveda Basin. The group of...
  • Newton: City Hall's embrace of Occupy L.A.

    Newton: City Hall's embrace of Occupy L.A.
    What's a rebel to do? In New York, demonstrators have tussled with police, and in Rome, authorities used tear gas on them. Meanwhile, members of Occupy L.A. pitched their tents, erected their signs and girded for battle with the establishment, only to...
  • Newton: City Councilman Ed Reyes is a man on a mission

    Newton: City Councilman Ed Reyes is a man on a mission
    I've occasionally given City Councilman Ed Reyes a hard time. A few weeks ago, when he introduced a motion to let his colleagues violate the city's Arizona boycott policy, established in response to that state's repugnant immigration law, it seemed...
  • Pico-Union intersection to be named for Salvadoran archbishop

     
    Central Americans who have pushed for years to call the Pico-Union area “Historic Central America Town” have yet to earn the title, but they will soon gain recognition along one intersection of the neighborhood....
  • Councilman Ed Reyes criticizes Convention Center plan

     
    Los Angeles football stadium and convention center: Plans for a new convention center exhibit hall were unveiled Thursday. Councilman Ed Reyes said more needs to be done to ensure jobs and economic benefits from the project will help city residents....
  • Gold Line pays $24-million settlement for Monrovia property

     
    The Gold Line construction authority has reached a settlement in which the builders of the San Gabriel Valley light-rail project will pay a Monrovia property owner $24 million to settle six lawsuits....