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Gloria Molina

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  • L.A. County ends contract with troubled foster care contractor

    L.A. County ends contract with troubled foster care contractor
    The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously on Tuesday to cancel its decades-long relationship with a foster care contractor with a long history of financial misspending and substantiated child abuse committed by the foster parents it...
  • Probation chief wants to keep tabs on felons after jail terms end

    A top Los Angeles County lawman wants judges to issue more “split sentences” so state felons being held in local jails under prison realignment must also serve a period of probation. Without that, Chief of Probation Jerry Powers told...
  • Powerful union backs Hilda Solis for seat on Board of Supervisors

    Powerful union backs Hilda Solis for seat on Board of Supervisors
    A powerful county workers union on Thursday endorsed a former member of President Obama’s administration for a seat on the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors. Former Labor Secretary Hilda Solis, who is running to replace termed-out Supervisor...
  • Baca faces challenge from former Sheriff's Dept. commander

    Baca faces challenge from former Sheriff's Dept. commander
    A retired Los Angeles County sheriff’s commander who played a role in exposing abuses inside the agency’s jails announced Wednesday that he is going to challenge Sheriff Lee Baca in next year’s election. Bob Olmsted promised to clean up...
  • L.A. Now Live: Sex offenders, violent inmates released early

    L.A. Now Live: Sex offenders, violent inmates released early
    Join us at 9 a.m. when we talk with Times reporter Jack Leonard about inmates being released early from Los Angeles County jail. More jail inmates in Los Angeles County are being set free after serving only a fraction of their sentences because of...
  • Jail inmates involved in violence, sex crimes are freed early

    More jail inmates in Los Angeles County are being set free after serving only a fraction of their sentences, a Times investigation has found.  The releases are benefiting even inmates sentenced to jail for violence and sex crimes, with those offenders...
  • Supervisors propose oversight commission for Sheriff's Department

    Supervisors propose oversight commission for Sheriff's Department
    Two Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors wants to create an oversight commission to provide more outside scrutiny of the Sheriff’s Department.  According to their motion, Supervisors Mark Ridley-Thomas and Gloria Molina want to create the new...
  • Vote on L.A. County Sheriff's Department oversight committee delayed

    Vote on L.A. County Sheriff's Department oversight committee delayed
    Los Angeles County supervisors held a heated discussion but postponed a vote Tuesday on a proposal to set up a permanent citizens commission to oversee the county sheriff's department, which is under federal scrutiny over allegations of abuse of inmates...
  • L.A. County leaders vote to block city health agency ballot measure

    Los Angeles County officials voted this week to try to block a ballot measure that would create an independent health agency for the city of Los Angeles. The move puts the county in line with the Los Angeles City Council, which has also voted to go to...
  • L.A. County will send 500 inmates to Taft lockup

    L.A. County will send 500 inmates to Taft lockup
    Los Angeles County supervisors agreed Tuesday to a contract that officials say will ensure that the most serious county jail inmates serve their full terms. The $75-million, five-year agreement with the Taft Community Correctional Facility run by the...
  • Developer gets another shot at Grand Avenue proposal

    Developer gets another shot at Grand Avenue proposal
    After rejecting the initial architectural drawings for an ambitious plan to remake downtown’s Grand Avenue into a cultural hub, a government panel on Monday unanimously voted to give the developer a nearly four-month extension to create a suitable...