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  • L.A. to consider shifting responsibility for sidewalks to landowners

    L.A. to consider shifting responsibility for sidewalks to landowners
    For decades, Los Angeles' backlog of broken and lifted sidewalks has bedeviled pedestrians, cost the city millions annually in injury payouts and eluded a politically and financially palatable long-term solution.
  • Audit finds millions in overtime pay at L.A. transportation department

    Audit finds millions in overtime pay at L.A. transportation department
    Last year, the average employee who paints stripes on roads and installs street signs for the Los Angeles Department of Transportation made $48,100 in overtime, almost six times what most other city workers received. Four supervisors claimed $70,000...

    Will Ryu stir the pot or play ball with Wesson?

    Will Ryu stir the pot or play ball with Wesson?
    For the last two months, Los Angeles City Council President Herb Wesson was a reliable ally of Carolyn Ramsay, helping her as she ran in last week's election for the seat being vacated by her former boss, Councilman Tom LaBonge. Ramsay, who had...

    Trying to house L.A.'s homeless veterans is a complex, lengthy process

    Trying to house L.A.'s homeless veterans is a complex, lengthy process
    As we honor the dead on this Memorial Day, it's worth remembering as well the living veterans of military service who have no homes except sidewalk encampments or the occasional shelter bed, whose lives are so wracked by mental illness, addictions or...

    'San Andreas' aims to shake up audiences with an up-close catastrophe

     'San Andreas' aims to shake up audiences with an up-close catastrophe
    When director Brad Peyton pitched Dwayne Johnson on "San Andreas," a relentless thrill ride that brings the Big One to the big screen for the first time in 40 years, he promised to redefine the disaster genre. "I want to create shots that truly...