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  • For the record

    Beverly Hills High: In the Dec. 25 Calendar section, an article about the book "Beverly Hills: The First 100 Years" said that Beverly Hills High School is located near Beverly Drive. The school is on Moreno Drive. Earthquake safety: In the Dec. 24...
  • L.A. Mayor Garcetti's earthquake safety campaign faces obstacles

    L.A. Mayor Garcetti's earthquake safety campaign faces obstacles
    When Eric Garcetti took office as Los Angeles mayor 18 months ago, skeptics questioned whether he was setting civic ambitions too low by promising to improve street paving, tree trimming, sidewalk repairs and trash pickup. But with his recent rollout of...
  • The minimum wage debate through the eyes of self-made laundromat owner

    The minimum wage debate through the eyes of self-made laundromat owner
    Marc Tavakoli has all the classic trappings of success: A law degree from Columbia University, stints at Manhattan law firms, a Beverly Grove penthouse apartment two floors up from a pop singer. He only hoped for such a comfortable existence growing up....
  • L.A. Zoo brings holiday lights back to Griffith Park after five years

    L.A. Zoo brings holiday lights back to Griffith Park after five years
    Lights are returning to Griffith Park this holiday. The DWP Holiday Light Festival  winked off in 2009, but the L.A. Zoo is taking up the baton with the first holiday lights display in the 48-year history of the zoo. For 14 years the Department of Water...
  • L.A. City Atty. Feuer makes valid case for funding under Prop. 47

    Proposition 47, adopted last month, turned six drug possession and low-level property felonies into misdemeanors, setting in motion some rejiggering of California's criminal justice system. Among the changes in Los Angeles is the transfer of caseloads...
  • Angelenos could tax themselves to fix roads under City Hall proposal

    Angelenos could tax themselves to fix roads under City Hall proposal
    Los Angeles residents fed up with rutted roads and buckled sidewalks may soon be able to tax themselves to pay for improvements in their neighborhoods.  A proposal unveiled by Councilman Joe Buscaino at a City Council meeting Wednesday asks city...
  • Blunt report finds L.A. isn't keeping up with removing dumped trash

    Blunt report finds L.A. isn't keeping up with removing dumped trash
    The streets, alleys and empty lots of Los Angeles are so dirty with trash that it threatens the city's image and makes some areas appear "unsafe and ungoverned," according to an internal report obtained by The Times. The blunt assessment blames...
  • Good riddance! What Patt Morrison won't miss from 2014

    Sometimes, you just cannot ditch the year fast enough. It’s a relief to bid "adieu" to some of 2014’s miserably low moments and people and things, and because I can, I’m throwing in a few others that I’d like to nudge closer to...
  • Federal investigators probing elite LAFD fireboat unit

    Federal investigators probing elite LAFD fireboat unit
    Criminal investigators with the U.S. Coast Guard are probing an elite group of Los Angeles firefighters at the city's port to determine whether federal licensing records were falsified for crew members assigned to large fireboats, The Times has learned....
  • LAPD chief: No new witnesses in police shooting of Ezell Ford

    LAPD chief: No new witnesses in police shooting of Ezell Ford
    Despite public appeals by the city's mayor, the county district attorney and others, no new witnesses to the fatal Los Angeles police shooting of a mentally ill black man have come forward to help investigators, LAPD Chief Charlie Beck said Thursday....
  • Fast-food protests: March in downtown Los Angeles, cities nationwide

    Fast-food protests: March in downtown Los Angeles, cities nationwide
    Fast-food workers and their supporters rallied in downtown Los Angeles on Thursday as part of a wave of protests planned in 160 cities around the nation advocating for $15-an-hour pay. In downtown L.A., protesters gathered for a late morning rally...