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Ed Reyes

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  • 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....
  • L.A. gives Wal-Mart permits for Chinatown store despite concerns

     
    Despite efforts by L.A. City Council members to throw up roadblocks, retail giant Wal-Mart has secured the construction permits needed to open its 33,000-square foot grocery in Chinatown, city officials said Friday....
  • 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...
  • Two $50K Rewards Offered in Murders of Lincoln Heights Women

    Two $50K Rewards Offered in Murders of Lincoln Heights Women
    LINCOLN HEIGHTS, Calif. (KTLA) -- Two young women were recently murdered in the Lincoln Heights area, and now the city is offering two $50,000 rewards for the arrests of those responsible. Residents gathered together to march through the neighborhood...
  • 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...
  • Suspect Arrested In Giant Fan's Brutal Beating

    Suspect Arrested In Giant Fan's Brutal Beating
    You can run from thousands of witnesses, but you can`t hide. Los Angeles police have finally made in an arrest in the case of the brutal beating of a San Francisco Giants fan at the Dodgers` home opener on March 31st. “The attack on San...
  • L.A.'s trickle-down theory

    Darn those gophers. They are the reason, Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa said, that his irrigation system gushed instead of dripped and made his water usage soar far above comparable homeowners' in his former Mount Washington neighborhood. The little...
  • Long-shot L.A. municipal candidates depend on Internet

    As recently as two months ago, David R. Hernandez said, he didn't even know what Facebook was. Today, he uses the popular Internet social-networking site to help spread the word about his steeply uphill campaign for Los Angeles mayor in Tuesday's...
  • Conflict grows over Griffith recovery plan

    Griffith Park looks like it can't wait to come back. Fresh clumps of red-fringed chaparral, sustained on the moisture from dew and fog, already dot the park's ash-covered hillsides. Bursts of new growth resembling unkempt beards can be seen on trees that...
  • L.A.'s fleet flounders in the Rose Parade

    Not to rain on anyone's parade, but it was hard not to notice last week that the city of Los Angeles really, really needs some help when it comes to its floats for the annual Rose Parade. This year's edition was a tribute to the Port of Los Angeles. That...