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  • L.A. to review 'flawed and expensive' leave policy for injured workers

    L.A. to review 'flawed and expensive' leave policy for injured workers
    Los Angeles' top elected officials say reforms are needed in an unusually generous injury leave policy that pays city employees more when they are out with job-related ailments than when they come to work. The cost to taxpayers for injury leaves taken...
  • Veterans in need get aid, advice at Stand Down event in L.A.

    Veterans in need get aid, advice at Stand Down event in L.A.
    Free meals, beauty makeovers, gift sleeping bags and complimentary cellphones brought more than 800 military veterans to the Los Angeles Convention Center on Saturday, but the bigger gift for many could come in the form of permanent homes. The trove...
  • NFL probably will focus on an L.A. stadium site rather than teams

    The San Diego Chargers announced this week that they will not be terminating their stadium lease in 2015, meaning for now they will not be packing the moving vans for Los Angeles. The St. Louis Rams and Oakland Raiders probably will make similar...
  • Would it hurt City Hall to look into rise in worker injury claims?

    Would it hurt City Hall to look into rise in worker injury claims?
    The cost of paying salaries to Los Angeles civilian workers who are temporarily disabled because they have been hurt on the job has gone up 50% over five years, reaching $18 million last year. Employees are claiming more injuries and taking longer...
  • L.A.'s messy ways now on city radar

    L.A.'s messy ways now on city radar
    The holidays are a time for giving, and in Los Angeles, many have the good fortune to provide generously for others. But once everybody receives their new stuff, a lot of the old stuff gets pitched onto the street. In the final days of the year, many of...
  • Los Angeles hosts stand down for military veterans

    Los Angeles hosts stand down for military veterans
    Los Angeles is hosting what is being billed as the largest "Stand Down" for homeless and hard-luck military veterans to ever take place in the country. The three-day relief effort got underway Saturday at the Los Angeles Convention Center and brings...
  • Dig more on pay for L.A.'s injured city workers

    To the editor: What a depressing article about the impotence of the Los Angeles City Council to deal with municipal employees on disability leave who make more money sitting at home than working. Some of the claims cited in the article are suspect. ("L.A....
  • Your city services shouldn't depend on what neighborhood you live in

    Your city services shouldn't depend on what neighborhood you live in
    When Angelenos call City Hall for help, they have some basic expectations. They should be able to talk to a live person. They should be told how long, roughly, it will take to address the problem. And they should know that their requests will be handled...
  • L.A. seeks to keep taxis competitive with Uber, Lyft

    L.A. seeks to keep taxis competitive with Uber, Lyft
    Uber arrived on the streets of Los Angeles almost three years ago, boasting that its app-based ride services would help Angelenos become "more efficient, more civilized," and less dependent on their own cars. Two competitors, Lyft and Sidecar, arrived...
  • For the record

    Beverly Hills High: In the Dec. 25 Calendar section, an article about the book "Beverly Hills: The First 100 Years" said that Beverly Hills High School is located near Beverly Drive. The school is on Moreno Drive. Earthquake safety: In the Dec. 24...
  • L.A. Mayor Garcetti's earthquake safety campaign faces obstacles

    L.A. Mayor Garcetti's earthquake safety campaign faces obstacles
    When Eric Garcetti took office as Los Angeles mayor 18 months ago, skeptics questioned whether he was setting civic ambitions too low by promising to improve street paving, tree trimming, sidewalk repairs and trash pickup. But with his recent rollout of...