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  • L.A. should move forward with proposed city regulation of billboards

    For a while, it seemed like Los Angeles had finally figured out how to regulate billboards. After more than a decade of multiple ordinances and multiple lawsuits, resulting in conflicting rulings that tied up enforcement of the laws, it looked as though...
  • L.A. City Council approves firefighter raises

    L.A. City Council approves firefighter raises
    The Los Angeles City Council voted Friday to give a 2% pay increase to the city's firefighters next summer, along with increases in taxpayer support for healthcare and dental benefits. The unanimous vote provided one of the few bright spots for Mayor...
  • Massive Hollywood project sits atop quake fault, California says

    Massive Hollywood project sits atop quake fault, California says
    California’s state geologist has concluded that an active earthquake fault is underneath a massive proposed skyscraper project in Hollywood, setting the stage for a huge battle at City Hall over growth and seismic safety. The California Geological...
  • California geologist says quake fault lies beneath Hollywood project

    California geologist says quake fault lies beneath Hollywood project
    California's state geologist has concluded that an active earthquake fault is underneath a massive proposed skyscraper project in Hollywood, setting the stage for a huge battle at City Hall over growth and seismic safety. The California Geological...
  • City Hall debates who should trim L.A.'s trees

    City Hall debates who should trim L.A.'s trees
    Nearly a decade ago, Los Angeles embarked on an ambitious campaign to plant more trees across the city. Now city officials find themselves struggling to maintain the urban forest along its parkways and medians. To save money during the recession, the...
  • Barbara Boxer, Dianne Feinstein shouldn't run again, majority of voters say

    Barbara Boxer, Dianne Feinstein shouldn't run again, majority of voters say
    Although U.S. Sens. Barbara Boxer and Dianne Feinstein — two of California's most experienced political figures — remain popular, a majority of state voters say they should not run for reelection, according to a new USC Dornsife/Los Angeles...
  • L.A. identifies riskiest pipes in aging water system

    L.A. identifies riskiest pipes in aging water system
    As Los Angeles struggles to fix its decrepit water system, officials are most concerned about 400 miles of pipes that they say pose the greatest risk of breaking and causing major property damage. The city issues letter grades to thousands of pipes in...
  • Hitting Garcetti's goal of 100,000 new homes by 2021 won't be easy

    Hitting Garcetti's goal of 100,000 new homes by 2021 won't be easy
    With Los Angeles facing one of the nation's worst housing crunches, Mayor Eric Garcetti urged the city to pick up the pace on home building and add 100,000 new homes by 2021. But how? Hitting the goal Garcetti laid out in a speech last week would mean...
  • L.A. leaders break ground on long-awaited Westside subway extension

    L.A. leaders break ground on long-awaited Westside subway extension
    After more than three decades of planning and delay, Los Angeles officials broke ground Friday on the first phase of a Westside subway extension that will expand transit options along one of the most densely populated and congested corridors in the...
  • Raul Bocanegra, Co-Author of California Film Incentives Bill, Trails in Assembly Re-Election Bid

    In one of the bigger upsets in state politics in this year's midterms, Assemblyman Raul Bocanegra, who co-authored the legislation to extend and expand California's film and TV tax credit, is trailing his opponent, Patty Lopez, another Democrat who...
  • Could desalination solve California's water problem?

    CARLSBAD, Calif. Along this patch of the Pacific Ocean, welders and pipefitters nearly outnumber the surfers and sunbathers. Within sight of the crashing waves, the laborers are assembling what some hope will make water scarcity a thing of the past. They...