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Eric Garcetti

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  • Former Deputy Mayor Eileen Decker sworn in as U.S. attorney

    Former Deputy Mayor Eileen Decker sworn in as U.S. attorney
    Former Los Angeles Deputy Mayor Eileen Decker was sworn in Monday as the U.S. attorney for the Central District of California. The oath of office was administered by U.S. District Judge Beverly Reid O'Connell during a private ceremony, according to...
  • Black Lives Matter activists charged in fracas at event

    Black Lives Matter activists charged in fracas at event
    A judge denied a request by the Los Angeles city attorney's office for a protective order that would have prohibited two activists from coming within 50 feet of Mayor Eric Garcetti and LAPD Chief Charlie Beck. The activists still face misdemeanor charges...
  • Labor Secretary Thomas Perez urges upgrades at L.A. and Long Beach ports

    Labor Secretary Thomas Perez urges upgrades at L.A. and Long Beach ports
    Four months after helping to resolve a long-running labor dispute that crippled traffic at West Coast ports, U.S. Labor Secretary Thomas E. Perez was back in California to praise how quickly workers and management were able to clear enormous backlogs of...
  • David Ryu, L.A.'s first Korean American City Council member, is sworn in

    David Ryu, L.A.'s first Korean American City Council member, is sworn in
    David Ryu, the Los Angeles City Council’s first Korean American member, was officially sworn in Sunday during a ceremony on the south lawn of City Hall. Flanked by his parents, Ryu, 39, took the oath of office administered by former Los Angeles...
  • 'Small-lot homes' aim to drive down prices, but critics say they just drive up density

    'Small-lot homes' aim to drive down prices, but critics say they just drive up density
    The Small Lot Subdivision Ordinance was designed by the city of Los Angeles in 2005 as a way to increase density in urban areas, lower the price of single-family homes and boost homeownership. Architect Barbara Bestor says density is an imperative for...
  • Academy Museum moves to production with City Council's green light

    The film capital of the world is finally getting a museum to showcase cinema history. On a 13-0 vote, the Los Angeles City Council on Wednesday gave final approval for a $300-million museum to be built on the former May Co. department store site on...
  • Pictures in the News | June 24, 2015

     
    In Wednesday's Pictures in the News, relatives of 19-year-old shooting victim Tavin Price hold a news conference at which Los Angeles police detectives announced multiple arrests. Price was buying a soda when two men approached him and asked him his...
  • City of L.A. slow to repair sidewalks despite complaints and injuries

    City of L.A. slow to repair sidewalks despite complaints and injuries
    Los Angeles' crumbling sidewalks long have symbolized the challenges facing pedestrians in this car-dominated city. After years of hearing complaints about sidewalks made impassable by cracks, buckles and bulging tree roots, officials recently announced...
  • Essential: California, where it all began

    Good morning. It is Saturday, June 27. Here are some stories you don't want to miss this weekend. California’s battle goes national: The historic U.S. Supreme Court decision allowing same-sex marriage took a long and twisted road through...
  • Last-minute changes tweaked focus of Garcetti's Washington trip, he says

    Last-minute changes tweaked focus of Garcetti's Washington trip, he says
    White House meetings that Mayor Eric Garcetti cited as his primary reason for leaving Los Angeles amid demonstrations over a police shooting of a mentally ill black man were a last-minute addition to his itinerary for a campaign fundraising trip, the...
  • In California, jubilation over same-sex marriage rights nationwide

    In California, jubilation over same-sex marriage rights nationwide
    The news spread across California through a flurry of tweets, texts, likes, links and media alerts: Same-sex marriage is now the law of the land. California legalized same-sex marriage two years ago, but supporters here said they were no less elated...