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  • L.A. Business Council endorses Garcetti's proposed minimum-wage hike

    L.A. Business Council endorses Garcetti's proposed minimum-wage hike
    A Los Angeles business group announced its support for Mayor Eric Garcetti's proposed boost to the minimum wage Tuesday. The Los Angeles Business Council, a Westside-based coalition of firms that has supported progressive causes such as affordable...
  • South L.A. is up for revival, but how depends on next Council member

    South L.A. is up for revival, but how depends on next Council member
    Sales clerk Nicole Daniels leans over the glass countertop at A-1 Wireless and ticks off what the four candidates competing to replace retiring City Councilman Bernard C. Parks should focus on. Children in her South Los Angeles neighborhood need more...
  • Backlog of cargo ships at L.A., Long Beach ports grows amid labor dispute

    Backlog of cargo ships at L.A., Long Beach ports grows amid labor dispute
    More cargo ships piled up at the Los Angeles and Long Beach ports Monday as Labor Secretary Thomas Perez prepared to meet with shipping companies and the dockworkers union to revive stalled contract talks. The labor dispute all but closed the San...
  • Special interests are at center of L.A. election date debate

    Special interests are at center of L.A. election date debate
    As it waits for a City Council vote on new rules for electronic billboards, outdoor advertising company Clear Channel Outdoor has become a major backer of the campaign to change L.A.'s election dates. The company recently gave $25,000 to the campaign...
  • VA details plan to eliminate veterans' homelessness

    VA details plan to eliminate veterans' homelessness
    The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs detailed its plan Friday to end veterans' homelessness in Los Angeles by 2016, pledging to open its West Los Angeles campus to permanent and temporary housing, and to place returning service members and their...
  • L.A. city attorney: Council can't overturn Greek Theatre decision yet

    L.A. city attorney: Council can't overturn Greek Theatre decision yet
    In the latest turn in the saga over who will run the Greek Theatre, L.A. City Atty. Mike Feuer cautioned city lawmakers that they lack the power to immediately overturn a city commission's selection of an operator for the venue. In a confidential...
  • L.A. workers protest prolonged labor talks

    L.A. workers protest prolonged labor talks
    Los Angeles city workers staged a series of demonstrations Tuesday to protest proposed wage freezes and reductions in pension and healthcare benefits, underscoring mounting tensions in labor talks that have dragged on for close to a year. A dawn rally...
  • Contract talks stalled for half of L.A.'s city workers; protests underway

    Contract talks stalled for half of L.A.'s city workers; protests underway
    Unions representing roughly 20,000 Los Angeles municipal employees have begun a day of citywide demonstrations to draw attention to stalled contract talks. The Coalition of L.A. City Unions, which bargains on behalf of more than half the city's civilian...
  • Los Angeles television news pioneer Stan Chambers dies at 91

    Los Angeles television news pioneer Stan Chambers, who had a front-row seat to earthquakes, fires and the life of the city since the 1940s, died Friday, according to KTLA-TV, the station where he was a reporter for more than six decades. He was 91....
  • Controversial Koreatown lounge loses alcohol permit

    Controversial Koreatown lounge loses alcohol permit
    A Koreatown karaoke lounge in hot water with the Los Angeles Police Department has lost its bid for a new permit from City Hall. The five-member Central Area Planning Commission voted Tuesday night to reject the request from La Defence to continue...
  • DWP nonprofit standoff said to center on amount of auditors' note-taking

     DWP nonprofit standoff said to center on amount of auditors' note-taking
    A long-awaited examination of how two controversial Los Angeles Department of Water and Power nonprofit trusts spent millions of ratepayer dollars stalled over a concern that auditors were taking too many notes, according to City Hall sources. Under a...