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  • 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...
  • Beverly Hills mayor bonds with residents during weekly walks

    Celebrity trainer Dion Jackson stands on a step behind Beverly Hills City Hall, entreating scores of fitness buffs to join him in waving their arms over their heads and lifting their knees. Waggling her hips next to him is a trim woman with long,...
  • Immigration official to applicants for temporary status: 'Don't worry'

    One of the nation’s top immigration officials is urging those who are newly eligible for temporary legal status to apply for the program without fear. Speaking at a conference in Los Angeles on Monday, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services...
  • L.A., Long Beach given Bloomberg grants to build innovation teams

    L.A., Long Beach given Bloomberg grants to build innovation teams
    More than $2.5 million in grants from an organization founded by former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg will flow to the city of Los Angeles over three years to spur neighborhood revitalization, officials announced Monday. Long Beach received up to...
  • Donors replace Christmas presents damaged in fighting downtown fire

    Donors replace Christmas presents damaged in fighting downtown fire
    A campaign led by Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti's wife, Amy Wakeland, to replace thousands of water-damaged Christmas presents for seniors has met its goal, city officials said. Heat and smoke from a blaze Monday at a seven-story downtown apartment...
  • Valley-to-Westside express bus will use 405 Freeway carpool lanes

    Valley-to-Westside express bus will use 405 Freeway carpool lanes
    Los Angeles County commuters seeking to avoid gridlock on the 405 Freeway will soon have another way to travel between the San Fernando Valley and Westwood on weekdays, officials said Friday. Starting Monday, the Valley-Westside Express will shuttle...
  • L.A. doesn't have clean streets, but it has big concerts

    To the editor: I live near the Granada Hills Christmas Parade route. Normally, there are street sweepers that follow the end of the procession to clean the streets; this year there were none. That got me thinking about your editorial. ("L.A. needs a...
  • Garcetti, wife launch drive to replace seniors' gifts ruined in fire

    Garcetti, wife launch drive to replace seniors' gifts ruined in fire
    Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said Wednesday that he and his wife would collect donations to replace hundreds of holiday presents for seniors destroyed Monday when an inferno swept a downtown construction site. Heat and smoke from the raging nighttime...
  • Mayor Garcetti proposes sweeping retrofits of concrete, wood buildings

    Mayor Garcetti proposes sweeping retrofits of concrete, wood buildings
    Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti on Monday proposed the most ambitious seismic safety regulations in California history — rules that would require owners to retrofit thousands of buildings most at risk of collapse during a major earthquake. In...
  • Turn in a gun, get a gift card in L.A.'s buyback program Saturday

    Turn in a gun, get a gift card in L.A.'s buyback program Saturday
    As part of a periodic "anonymous gun buyback" program Saturday, Los Angeles gang reduction officials will offer a grocery store gift card worth up to $200 to people willing to hand over a firearm to police. Handguns, shotguns and rifles will draw up...
  • L.A. needs a smarter street-cleaning program now

    L.A. needs a smarter street-cleaning program now
    Los Angeles has a trash problem. Streets, alleys and vacant lots are so littered with debris and garbage that a recent internal city report warned that some neighborhoods look unsafe and ungoverned. Only one-third of city streets are regularly swept....