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  • Mayor Eric Garcetti's silence on L.A. issues helps no one

    Mayor Eric Garcetti's silence on L.A. issues helps no one
    Averse to controversy and hesitant to take sides, Mayor Eric Garcetti has often avoided staking out positions on divisive issues over his 19-month tenure. But finally, he has taken an unambiguous stand, telling Angelenos that … his favorite movie...
  • Confused about parking restrictions? Redesigned street signs may help

    Confused about parking restrictions? Redesigned street signs may help
    Squinting out a car window to decipher a stack of pole-bound parking signs is one of L.A.'s more annoying experiences.  That could change starting this weekend, with the launch of a new sign aimed at making parking restrictions easier to understand. The...
  • Ontario suffers legal setback in bid to regain control of its airport

    Ontario suffers legal setback in bid to regain control of its airport
    In Ontario’s legal effort to take back its commercial airport, a Riverside County judge on Thursday rejected the city’s bid to nullify decades-old agreements that gave control and ownership to the city of Los Angeles. Superior Court Judge...
  • Bid to move L.A. elections faces growing opposition from candidates

    Bid to move L.A. elections faces growing opposition from candidates
    The campaign to combine Los Angeles' elections with state and federal contests has been hailed by backers as a way to lift the city's dismal turnout, which in the last mayoral race was 23%. But more than a dozen candidates for City Council now say...
  • Parking reform group recommends L.A. slash many fines

    Parking reform group recommends L.A. slash many fines
    Under a new proposal to reform parking in Los Angeles, many parking tickets would cost only $23 — a fraction of the existing fines for common violations. The idea is one in a long list of suggestions put forward publicly for the first time...
  • WonderCon will move to Los Angeles in 2016

     
    WonderCon, the smaller-but-no-less-fervent version of San Diego's Comic-Con International, has announced that it will move closer to the Hollywood spotlight, […]...
  • Water officials uncertain about just how tough to get with users

    Water officials uncertain about just how tough to get with users
    State regulators told Joone Lopez this week she needs to cut water use in her affluent pocket of southern Orange County by 25%, and she's not sure she can do it. As general manager of the Moulton Niguel Water District, she serves communities full of...
  • Mayor Eric Garcetti must now put his plan into action

    Mayor Eric Garcetti must now put his plan into action
    Mayor Eric Garcetti released a sweeping plan this week that outlines his environmental and economic priorities and sets measurable goals in a wide range of areas, from cutting smog and reducing the city's reliance on imported water to adding bike-share...
  • Garcetti pushes L.A. to conserve more water with 'Save the Drop'

    Garcetti pushes L.A. to conserve more water with 'Save the Drop'
    Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti on Thursday announced what he called an “unprecedented outreach campaign” in the city’s continuing effort to get residents to use less water amid California’s drought. The campaign — titled...
  • Electric cars, clean air: Garcetti outlines vision for a 'sustainable' L.A.

    Electric cars, clean air: Garcetti outlines vision for a 'sustainable' L.A.
    Mayor Eric Garcetti on Wednesday released a broad-ranging plan that outlines his vision for environmental goals and programs in Los Angeles over the coming decades. The 105-page booklet — simply titled, in a play on words, “the pLAn”...
  • Some charities fear L.A. wage could hurt their own efforts for workers

     Some charities fear L.A. wage could hurt their own efforts for workers
    The nonprofit group Chrysalis provides work to those who struggle to get hired elsewhere — people who've lived on the streets, lack skills and education or are saddled with a prison record. The organization, which has offices in Pacoima, Santa...