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  • Lt. Gov. Newsom passes on Senate run for Boxer seat

    Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom said Monday morning that he will not run for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by Barbara Boxer. “It's always better to be candid than coy. While I am humbled by the widespread encouragement of so many and hold in the...
  • Loss of USOC 2024 Olympics bid may not cost Mayor Eric Garcetti politically

    Loss of USOC 2024 Olympics bid may not cost Mayor Eric Garcetti politically
    The U.S. Olympic Committee's snubbing of Los Angeles for the 2024 Summer Games was a stinging loss for Mayor Eric Garcetti. But thanks to careful political calculation, it was largely a private one. For months, Garcetti worked quietly with a close...
  • Thursday is key moment for L.A.'s 2024 Olympic bid

    The fate of a two-year campaign to bring the Olympics back to Los Angeles for a third time could be decided on Thursday at — of all places — Denver International Airport. U.S. Olympic Committee board members from across the country will...
  • L.A. police union hires PR firm in bid to win pay raises

    L.A. police union hires PR firm in bid to win pay raises
    The union representing rank-and-file Los Angeles police officers has hired a high-profile communications firm to spearhead a campaign aimed at persuading residents — and by extension elected officials — that officers deserve pay raises....
  • L.A.'s choice of UC Berkeley institute to study wage plan is criticized

    L.A.'s choice of UC Berkeley institute to study wage plan is criticized
    A research team that provided a largely favorable analysis of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti's plan for raising the citywide minimum wage has been tapped by city leaders to conduct a politically sensitive review of his proposal — and a move to push...
  • Two L.A. councilmen ask to reconsider team set to study minimum wage

    Two L.A. councilmen ask to reconsider team set to study minimum wage
    Two Los Angeles city councilmen want to restart the process of picking an outside group to study proposals to boost the citywide minimum wage, saying the city "should seek data from a neutral source." The push from Councilmen Mitch O'Farrell and...
  • MTA chief Arthur T. Leahy to step down in April

    MTA chief Arthur T. Leahy to step down in April
    The chief executive of the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority said Tuesday night that he would step down in April after six years of overseeing both major milestones and high-profile embarrassmentsduring the most ambitious rail...
  • Would a L.A. minimum wage hike push businesses to nearby cities?

    Would a L.A. minimum wage hike push businesses to nearby cities?
    In less than four years, Tony Yanow has boosted Golden Road Brewing's production nearly sixfold, making beers from the Atwater Village brewery a mainstay in supermarkets across California. He employs 300 workers in Los Angeles at the brewery and his...
  • LAPD set to release Ezell Ford autopsy report

    LAPD set to release Ezell Ford autopsy report
    With demonstrations still taking place across the country over the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner, the Los Angeles Police Department this week is expected to release the autopsy report in the officer-involved shooting of Ezell Ford. Ford, a 25-...
  • Delay of Ezell Ford autopsy report dredges up old fears about LAPD

     Delay of Ezell Ford autopsy report dredges up old fears about LAPD
    A new piece of the puzzle that is the death of Ezell Ford landed this week with the public release of his autopsy report. The coroner's account explains what killed Ford: His body bore three bullet holes — in the arm, side and back, where the...
  • Foes and fans of L.A. economic-justice group agree it gets things done

     Foes and fans of L.A. economic-justice group agree it gets things done
    Under the glitzy chandeliers of the Beverly Hills Hilton, hundreds of civic leaders and union members sipped wine, mugged for photos with television stars and chanted "Sí, se puede!" with a beaming row of hotel workers. It was another triumphant night...