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  • L.A. County supervisors OK creation of open-data website

    L.A. County supervisors OK creation of open-data website
    The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors took a large step Tuesday toward joining the growing "open data" movement of making government statistics readily available to anyone with a computer and Internet connection. Supervisors authorized creation of...
  • L.A. city panel split over which group should study minimum wage

    A Los Angeles city panel that considered several outside companies before picking one to analyze two proposals to raise the minimum wage was divided on which firm had the best bid, according to documents released Tuesday. City officials released the...
  • Council votes to ban alcoholic beverage ads on most city property

    Council votes to ban alcoholic beverage ads on most city property
    Los Angeles lawmakers voted Tuesday to ban alcoholic beverage advertising on city property, a move aimed at curbing alcohol abuse and underage drinking.  "These problems tear apart lives and families and communities, and they also cost us plenty in...
  • City looks at new 'infrastructure district' to fund L.A. River plans

    City looks at new 'infrastructure district' to fund L.A. River plans
    Los Angeles leaders are hoping to use a new tax-sharing law to help finance ambitious plans to transform the city's namesake river into a ribbon of recreational areas and vibrant new developments. As of Jan. 1, local officials have the authority to...
  • Martin Luther King Jr. Day: 'I hope nothing happens to me,' King said

    Martin Luther King Jr. Day: 'I hope nothing happens to me,' King said
    Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was surrounded by heavy security when he arrived in Los Angeles on Feb. 24, 1965, to give a series of speeches pushing for voting rights legislation. It was a pivotal moment in the civil rights movement, coming three days...
  • Kitson wants candy-gate investigated at LAX

    Kitson wants candy-gate investigated at LAX
    Travelers flying in and out of Los Angeles International Airport should stay clear of the chocolates sold at the airport’s two Kitson shops. That warning comes from Kitson itself. The L.A.-based boutique that sells novelty souvenirs is in a...
  • The minimum wage debate through the eyes of self-made laundromat owner

    The minimum wage debate through the eyes of self-made laundromat owner
    Marc Tavakoli has all the classic trappings of success: A law degree from Columbia University, stints at Manhattan law firms, a Beverly Grove penthouse apartment two floors up from a pop singer. He only hoped for such a comfortable existence growing up....
  • New LAFD class is nearly all male; 20% have relatives in the ranks

    New LAFD class is nearly all male; 20% have relatives in the ranks
    The first new class of Los Angeles Fire Department recruits since Mayor Eric Garcetti overhauled the city’s firefighter hiring process this year is half white and nearly all male, according to data released Tuesday evening. One in five is related to...
  • Lindbergh beacon atop L.A. City Hall shows Santa the way

    Lindbergh beacon atop L.A. City Hall shows Santa the way
    The Lindbergh beacon, the revolving light atop City Hall that was turned on for the first time by President Calvin Coolidge in 1928, was lighted again Wednesday night in time for Christmas. "I want to make sure  Santa will get to the children of Los...
  • 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...
  • Good riddance! What Patt Morrison won't miss from 2014

    Sometimes, you just cannot ditch the year fast enough. It’s a relief to bid "adieu" to some of 2014’s miserably low moments and people and things, and because I can, I’m throwing in a few others that I’d like to nudge closer to...