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  • L.A.'s rush-hour construction ban is costing taxpayers millions

    L.A.'s rush-hour construction ban is costing taxpayers millions
    Soon after taking office in 2005, Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa signed an executive order banning construction by "any city department or agency on major roads" during the morning and evening rush hour. It was a popular move, intended to reduce traffic...
  • A higher minimum wage makes sense for L.A., but it's no cure-all

    A higher minimum wage makes sense for L.A., but it's no cure-all
    Hardly a week goes by without some new study, quarterly report or economic forecast proclaiming the same troubling news — a combination of stagnant, low wages and a high cost of living has left far too many Angelenos struggling to make ends meet....
  • LAPD union says contract negotiations are at an impasse

    LAPD union says contract negotiations are at an impasse
    The Los Angeles police officers union announced Friday that it had reached an impasse with city negotiators on salary talks, saying the latest contract offer submitted by Mayor Eric Garcetti is insulting. Two and a half months since their contract...
  • LAX to break ground Tuesday on remodel of Southwest Airlines terminal

    LAX to break ground Tuesday on remodel of Southwest Airlines terminal
    Work is scheduled to begin next week on a $500-million remodel of the busy Southwest Airlines terminal at Los Angeles International Airport. City leaders, airport officials and airline representatives are set to break ground Tuesday at Terminal 1, which...
  • L.A. police union president calls latest contract offer 'insulting'

    L.A. police union president calls latest contract offer 'insulting'
    The Los Angeles police officers' union announced Friday it wants a third-party mediator to step into its salary talks with the city, describing the latest contract offer from Mayor Eric Garcetti and other elected officials as insulting. Two and a half...
  • Downtown business group: Changes needed in Garcetti's wage hike plan

    A business advocacy group says it might consider backing a boost to the Los Angeles minimum wage – but only if Mayor Eric Garcetti adjusts his plan to phase in wage hikes more slowly, allow lower pay for teenage workers and count tips and benefits...
  • Labor looks for realignment of power that could strengthen its hand

    As the final push begins to fill a key seat on the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, union leaders, elected officials and political analysts are anticipating a realignment of power that could strengthen the hand of organized labor in decisions...
  • Made in America Festival makes debut at downtown L.A.'s Grand Park

    Made in America Festival makes debut at downtown L.A.'s Grand Park
    "Hello, Los Angeles," said Metric lead singer Emily Haines near the end of the band's second song on the city's first day of the Budweiser Made in America Festival. Her next words were far more ominous: "They're going to eat me alive, if I stumble." She...
  • Kanye West goes overtime at Made in America

    Kanye West goes overtime at Made in America
    Kanye West wore several intimidating, face-obscuring masks during his headlining set at the Budweiser Made in America festival on Sunday, but underneath each of them, he told fans, was a good guy. “People say that I’m a bad person,”...
  • Head of Los Angeles homeless agency announces he will retire

    Head of Los Angeles homeless agency announces he will retire
    The head of the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority has announced he will retire by the end of the year, capping months of speculation about change at the agency. Executive director Mike Arnold has directed the joint city-county agency since 2009....
  • Tripled California Film-TV Tax Credit Heads to Gov. Jerry Brown's Desk

    A bill to more than triple California's film-TV tax credit program from $100 million to $330 million a year has cleared its final legislative hurdle and is headed for the desk of Gov. Jerry Brown. The State Assembly approved AB 1839 late Friday night,...