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  • LAPD Chief Charlie Beck in the hot seat over horse deal

    LAPD Chief Charlie Beck in the hot seat over horse deal
    Days before a vote on whether he receives a second five-year term, Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck is being buffeted by the unlikeliest of controversies—the department's acquisition of a horse belonging to his daughter. The latest twist came...
  • Mayor Garcetti reaffirms support for Chief Beck amid new revelation

    Mayor Garcetti reaffirms support for Chief Beck amid new revelation
    Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti reaffirmed his support Wednesday for Police Chief Charlie Beck in the face of new revelations about the LAPD's purchase of a horse from his daughter. Despite repeated claims by Beck that he played no role in that...
  • A case study in L.A.'s crumbling infrastructure

    A case study in L.A.'s crumbling infrastructure
    If there were a poster child for the state of municipal services in Los Angeles, it would be a beleaguered Louise Bianco of Tarzana. Mrs. Bianco, 86, is no slave to the sofa. She gets up and goes, every morning, despite visual impairment, hip...
  • Construction boom is creating obstacle courses for L.A. pedestrians

    Construction boom is creating obstacle courses for L.A. pedestrians
    Construction cranes are slicing through the air in downtown Los Angeles as the biggest building boom in decades transforms the skyline. But the economic surge has also produced a dangerous consequence. So many sidewalks have been closed to accommodate...
  • Garcetti, other L.A. leaders show support for Israel against Hamas

    Garcetti, other L.A. leaders show support for Israel against Hamas
    Los Angeles elected officials somberly listened to the sound of a recorded air-raid siren, bowed their heads and held a moment of silence Tuesday for those who have died during the recent outbreak of violence between Israel and Hamas in Gaza. Nine...
  • Garcetti on UCLA pipeline break: 'This will not be the last one'

    Garcetti on UCLA pipeline break: 'This will not be the last one'
    In the aftermath of the Sunset Boulevard water line rupture, Mayor Eric Garcetti said Monday that the city had been "aggressively" focusing on aging pipes and other deteriorating systems on his watch. At his first news conference after returning from...
  • Garcetti on UCLA water main break: 'This will not be the last one'

    In the aftermath of the Sunset Boulevard rupture that focused renewed attention on the aging pipes underlying Los Angeles streets, Mayor Eric Garcetti said Monday that the city had already been "aggressively" focusing on infrastructure on his watch. At ...
  • Made in America organizers detail festival plans at community meeting

    Made in America organizers detail festival plans at community meeting
    The impending arrival of the Made in America festival in Los Angeles hasn’t been without controversy. Back in April when Jay Z stood on the steps of City Hall alongside Mayor Eric Garcetti to announce plans for his two-day festival to take over...
  • DWP nonprofits ordered to recognize Garcetti allies as trustees

    DWP nonprofits ordered to recognize Garcetti allies as trustees
    A Superior Court judge is ordering two Los Angeles Department of Water and Power nonprofits to recognize trustees allied with Mayor Eric Garcetti, the latest twist in an enduring saga over the details of their spending. The mayor's office heralded the...
  • City Council may get pulled into fight over secretive DWP nonprofits

    City Council may get pulled into fight over secretive DWP nonprofits
    For months now the Los Angeles City Council has been able to sit on the sidelines while Mayor Eric Garcetti, Controller Ron Galperin and City Atty. Mike Feuer have engaged in an increasingly nasty fight with union leaders over revealing how two...
  • Controller refuses to make $4 million annual payment to DWP nonprofits

    Controller refuses to make $4 million annual payment to DWP nonprofits
    Los Angeles City Controller Ron Galperin disclosed Wednesday that he will refuse to pay nearly $4 million the city owes two controversial nonprofits affiliated with the Department of Water and Power, saying he can't write the checks in "good conscience"...