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  • Abuso policíaco aterroriza a las comunidades latinas y afroamericanas

    Abuso policíaco aterroriza a las comunidades latinas y afroamericanas
    Al mismo tiempo que se publicaba este artículo, un grupo de residentes protestaba frente a la casa de Eric Garcetti, alcalde de Los Ángeles, por la decisión de Charlie Beck, jefe del LAPD, por no sancionar a los policías que le quitaron la vida a Ezell...
  • L.A.'s eviction game

    L.A.'s eviction game
    Property owners in Los Angeles evicted tenants from 725 units under the state Ellis Act in 2014, up from 308 the previous year. This, in a city where the rental market is among the tightest and the most expensive in the nation, and it's getting worse....
  • Why did LAPD officers shoot Ezell Ford?

    Why did LAPD officers shoot Ezell Ford?
    Ten months after two LAPD officers shot and killed Ezell Ford, a 25-year-old mentally ill African American man, it is well past time for answers about what happened that night, and for an open and frank discussion about how officers interact with the...
  • VA unveils housing for 65 homeless veterans

    VA unveils housing for 65 homeless veterans
    The smile never left Keith Hudson's face, even when he spoke of his divorce and his descent into alcoholism and homelessness. In his blue dress shirt, tie and slacks, he could have passed for the paralegal that he once was and hopes to be again. Hudson,...
  • L.A.'s tech industry is booming, but how big is it?

     L.A.'s tech industry is booming, but how big is it?
    Nearly everyone believes that tech in Los Angeles is booming. But measuring that growth is a murky business, with no consensus among the city's officials, economists, entrepreneurs and venture capitalists on where to begin, what regions to include or...
  • Ezell Ford shooting: Mayor says commission's review will be 'impartial'

    Ezell Ford shooting: Mayor says commission's review will be 'impartial'
    A day before the Police Commission is scheduled to decide whether two LAPD officers acted within policy in the fatal shooting of Ezell Ford, Mayor Eric Garcetti said he was confident that commissioners would "conduct an impartial and fair-minded review."...
  • DWP takes first step toward possible rate increases

    DWP takes first step toward possible rate increases
    The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power took a first step Tuesday toward possible rate increases as it tries to address aging infrastructure that has resulted in spectacular water pipe breaks and other problems. The Board of Water and Power...
  • L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti courts the tech sector

    L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti courts the tech sector
    Few mayors embody the digital zeitgeist like Eric Garcetti, a self-professed math geek and amateur coder who has made the L.A. tech scene a cornerstone of his administration. "I spend a lot of time with tech CEOs, just on the phone. I reach out to...
  • Ezell Ford: Protesters gather at Eric Garcetti's house, call for action

    Ezell Ford: Protesters gather at Eric Garcetti's house, call for action
    Protesters descended upon Mayor Eric Garcetti's home early Sunday morning, calling for the mayor to take action over last summer's fatal shooting of Ezell Ford. About a dozen people held pictures of the late 25-year-old as they stood on the sidewalk...
  • At L.A. 'hackathon,' civic-minded coders aim to put city data to good use

    At L.A. 'hackathon,' civic-minded coders aim to put city data to good use
    Peeking over the tops of their laptop screens, Ray Salazar and Onjefu Efada tossed around ideas about how to help Angelenos better connect with their government. "They don't know who their representatives are," which makes it difficult for them to...
  • Strong support in Koreatown propels David Ryu to L.A. City Council victory

    Strong support in Koreatown propels David Ryu to L.A. City Council victory
    By a margin of 1,600 votes, David Ryu became the first Korean American elected to the Los Angeles City Council on Tuesday, thanks in part to strong support in and around Koreatown. The health center development director beat out Carolyn Ramsay in a race...