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  • 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...
  • 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...
  • L.A. workforce development program gets $36-million overhaul

    L.A. workforce development program gets $36-million overhaul
    A revamped citywide workforce development program powered by $36 million in federal funds, private grants and equipment will seek to combat a yawning skills gap in Southern California. On Wednesday, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti introduced an upgraded...
  • New York and Los Angeles Fight for Latenight Shows With Incentives

    When CBS announced last summer that Stephen Colbert would stay in New York when he takes over "Late Show," it wasn't much of a surprise in Los Angeles, even though Mayor Eric Garcetti had made overtures to lure the show West. In Gotham the production is...
  • End veteran homelessness in L.A.

    End veteran homelessness in L.A.
    There are an estimated 4,600 homeless veterans in Los Angeles County — more than anywhere else in the country. That's why there's been such pressure on the Department of Veterans Affairs to repurpose some of the empty buildings on its sprawling 387-...
  • McDonnell claims victory in L.A. County sheriff's race

    McDonnell claims victory in L.A. County sheriff's race
    Jim McDonnell gave a victory speech to his supporters Tuesday night, with early returns showing him ahead of Paul Tanaka in the race for Los Angeles County sheriff by a margin of 75% to 25%. Campaign aides said they had not received a concession phone...
  • Harvard-Westlake School's plan for parking structure upsets neighbors

    Harvard-Westlake School's plan for parking structure upsets neighbors
    Sarah Boyd steered her SUV along the winding roads of Studio City, stopping at a house fronting busy Coldwater Canyon Avenue. "Oh, this is a good spot!" Boyd said, pulling a lawn sign out of her trunk and planting it in the frontyard of a supporter, the...
  • Election day, 2014, California: Reasons to vote

    Election day, 2014, California: Reasons to vote
    Political consultants know who you are. Candidates know who you are. Every election season, they buy lists from the county registrar that include not just the names and party affiliations of registered voters, but also when they voted – which...
  • Bruno Mars, Rufus Wainwright Perform for Silverlake Conservatory of Music Benefit

    Guests and benefactors of the Silverlake Conservatory of Music packed the backyard of Rob Burkle's palatial BevHills estate Nov. 1 for a private dinner and art auction hosted by Red Hot Chili Peppers bandmates Flea and Anthony Kiedis. Now in its 13th...
  • Diagonal walkways put drivers, pedestrians at different cross purposes

    Diagonal walkways put drivers, pedestrians at different cross purposes
    Over the last decade, officials have tried a series of steps to rein in cars on Los Angeles streets. They turned parking spaces into micro-parks, converted street corners into trendy plazas and reserved lanes of traffic for cyclists. Now, Mayor Eric...
  • L.A. city unions urge officials to end deals with Wall Street banks

    L.A. city unions urge officials to end deals with Wall Street banks
    As Los Angeles labor unions lock horns with City Hall managers over their next employment contract, they are taking aim at deals the city made with Wall Street banks. The Coalition of L.A. City Unions and its allies have repeatedly urged city leaders to...