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  • L.A. City Council race: Buscaino and Furutani headed for runoff

     
    A special visitor showed up at Joe Buscaino’s celebratory election-night party in San Pedro. It was Rep. Janice Hahn, the former Los Angeles councilwoman whose 15th district council seat Buscaino is hoping to win in a runoff election in January........
  • Labor backs candidates in congressional races

     
    Labor groups are continuing to choose sides in some of next year’s hot congressional contests: --The California Assn. for Professional Employees has decided to back Rep. Brad Sherman (D-Sherman Oaks) over Rep. Howard Berman (D-Valley Village) for...
  • Former Gov. Deukmejian endorses in South Bay Assembly race

     
    Former Gov. George Deukmejian on Wednesday endorsed aerospace engineer Nathan Mintz for a newly drawn state Assembly seat. The Mintz campaign announced the former GOP governor’s backing one day after Republican businessman Craig Huey jumped into the...
  • Candidates line up more endorsements

     
    Rep. Janice Hahn (D-San Pedro), who is running against two other Democratic elected officials in the newly drawn 44th Congressional District, added more names to her endorsements list. On Friday, Hahn’s campaign released a list of nearly 60...
  • Councilman Richard Alarcon indicted on perjury and voter fraud charges

     
    Los Angeles City Councilman Richard Alarcon has been indicted on charges of perjury and voter fraud, according to court documents unsealed Wednesday. The charges were the result of a 15-month investigation by the Los Angeles County district attorney's...
  • Divided L.A. council votes to outsource fire department ambulance billings over union objections

     
    Despite strenuous objections from one of its employee unions, a divided Los Angeles City Council agreed Tuesday to hire a private company to handle billing for the fire department’s ambulance services. On a 9-to-5 vote, the council approved a six-year.....
  • Decision on LAX concession contracts is put off again

     
    The Los Angeles City Council panel reviewing the contentious competition for new shops and restaurants at Los Angeles International Airport has delayed a decision yet again, with members speaking out over the way the selection process is being handled....
  • Alameda Corridor hit hard by recession

     
    The ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach are a cargo powerhouse, handling about 40% of the country's imported goods and making possible hundreds of thousands of well-paying freight-related jobs. Such a record would be impossible if not for the......
  • City board again delays meeting to select new LAX shops and restaurants

     
    The Los Angeles City Council is back in session after a two-week summer break. But that doesn’t mean a quick resolution of the politically charged fight over new shops and restaurants at Los Angeles International Airport. The Board of Referred......
  • Joint venture that includes Magic Johnson picked for 3 LAX concession contracts

     
    The push to overhaul restaurants, beverage stands and gift stores at Los Angeles International Airport took a major step forward Monday when a special City Council panel awarded three retail contracts to a joint venture that features former Lakers star......
  • SoCal Gas Co. pledges to make it easier for customers to find pipelines in wake of San Bruno explosion

     
    A representative of Southern California Gas Co. told the Los Angeles City Council on Tuesday that his utility would make it easier for the city’s residents to obtain information on high-pressure pipelines that run underneath city streets. In the wake......