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  • Public safety at center of Eric Garcetti's new $8.57-billion budget

    Public safety at center of Eric Garcetti's new $8.57-billion budget
    Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti on Monday released his proposed $8.57-billion budget for the next fiscal year, a spending plan that would take advantage of a modest boost in tax revenue from the reviving economy to invest in public safety and city infrastructure.
  • Lawsuits threaten DWP payments to city

    Lawsuits threaten DWP payments to city
    Ratepayers have had reason to gripe in recent months about the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, whose fumbled rollout of a new billing system in 2013 produced some breathtakingly inaccurate charges for customers. Still, the public does get...

    For its 50th birthday, LACMA gets $675 million in gifts

    For its 50th birthday, LACMA gets $675 million in gifts
    At major museum galas, certain things are a given: billionaire art collectors socializing with local politicians, society women showing off couture gowns, air-kissing celebrities hopping tables with grace and alacrity. But even the most experienced gala...

    L.A. restaurants push for tips to count toward minimum wage

    L.A. restaurants push for tips to count toward minimum wage
    The battle over boosting the minimum wage in Los Angeles has turned to the dollar bills tucked under an empty coffee cup, the spare change dropped into tip jars and the hasty calculations jotted down on meal tabs. As L.A. leaders weigh raising wages for...

    State water board issues revised drought regulations for Californians

    State water board issues revised drought regulations for Californians
    In response to numerous complaints, state regulators Saturday issued a revised plan for California's first-ever mandatory water cuts, emphasizing the need for urgent action as summer looms. The drought, which started in 2012, could persist for years,...