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  • Airline caterer sues Los Angeles over order to pay a 'living wage'

    Airline caterer sues Los Angeles over order to pay a 'living wage'
    An airline catering company has sued the city of Los Angeles to challenge an order that the company pay a "living wage" to 271 of its employees, dating back to 2010.
  • How not to regulate billboards in L.A.

    How not to regulate billboards in L.A.
    This week, City Council members will begin debating whether to make Los Angeles uglier. How? By eviscerating a proposed ordinance that would sharply curtail where new, bright, blinking digital billboards can be installed. Instead, they're considering...

    High court strikes down L.A. law on motel, hotel registry inspections

    — The Supreme Court on Monday struck down as unconstitutional a Los Angeles city ordinance that authorized police to instantly inspect hotel and motel guest registries at any hour of the day or night. The ruling in Los Angeles vs. Patel marks...

    L.A. seeks injunction to end gang activity at Watts home

    L.A. seeks injunction to end gang activity at Watts home
    Bullets have left pockmarks in homes and frontyard fences in the 2000 block of East 110th Street in Watts. On Saturday nights, neighbors say, young men walk to a house at the end of the cul-de-sac, where they drink, do drugs, blast music and crowd the...

    L.A. vote makes it easier to break up homeless camps

    L.A. vote makes it easier to break up homeless camps
    The Los Angeles City Council on Tuesday gave preliminary approval to two ordinances designed to make it easier to break up homeless encampments, which have mushroomed across Southern California and raised an outcry from some businesses and residents....