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  • Ron Kaye: The Gatto plot thickens

    The clumsy statements by Assemblyman Mike Gatto's political team denying that he ran a slate of delegates for the 43rd Assembly District's seats at the state Democratic Party convention — and that challengers were threatened and intimidated —...
  • Ron Kaye: Brains, talent, too much ambition

    Ron Kaye: Brains, talent, too much ambition
    In the costliest and most vicious City Council race of the Los Angeles election season, the battle for Hollywood has shattered beliefs about Armenian solidarity, with Paul Krekorian's role seen as causing deep rifts in the community. Little Armenia in...
  • Discovery of $43 million prompts city oversight of 'special funds'

    Following the discovery of nearly $43 million that accumulated unnoticed for 17 years in a Transportation Department account, Los Angeles City Councilman Paul Krekorian called Tuesday for more transparency for other so-called special funds that he said...
  • L.A. looks to ban possession of high-capacity gun magazines

    The Los Angeles City Council voted Friday to draft a law prohibiting the possession of high-capacity ammunition magazines, sparking lawsuit threats from two gun rights organizations. On an 11-0 vote, the council called for an ordinance labeling the...
  • On Education: Glendale school board not quite the political springboard

    On Education: Glendale school board not quite the political springboard
    Glendale Unified school board members are 0-2 in consecutive 43rd Assembly District races. Local businessman and Republican candidate Greg Krikorian last week resumed his seat on the dais at district headquarters after conceding to Democratic incumbent...
  • L.A. Councilman Says Office Flooded with 'Topless Maids' Calls

    BURBANK, Calif. (KTLA) -- A Los Angeles city councilman claims his office has been flooded with calls that were forwarded by a topless maid service. Councilman Paul Krekorian says the calls started pouring in after a picture of a hot pink van advertising...
  • L.A. Takes Unclaimed Parking Ticket Money Owed to Drivers

    L.A. Takes Unclaimed Parking Ticket Money Owed to Drivers
    LOS ANGELES -- The Los Angeles City Council last month seized more than $56,000 set aside for motorists who had successfully challenged their parking tickets, using the small sum to help patch a big budget hole. Now some at City Hall are questioning...
  • L. A. City Council to consider tighter ammunition laws

    L. A. City Council to consider tighter ammunition laws
    Saying the public is beyond frustrated, members of the Los Angeles City Council's public safety committee agreed Friday to make it illegal to possess the type of high-capacity ammunition magazines that were used to kill 20 schoolchildren and six adults in...
  • Teen Pleads Not Guilty in Crash that Led to Electrocutions

    Teen Pleads Not Guilty in Crash that Led to Electrocutions
    VALLEY VILLAGE, Calif. (KTLA) -- A 19-year-old man pleaded not guilty Monday to vehicular manslaughter charges related to the deaths of two women who were electrocuted when they tried to render aid after he crashed into a light pole. Arman Samsonian...
  • Fundraiser to help pay ambulance fees of Good Samaritans who were electrocuted

    Fundraiser to help pay ambulance fees of Good Samaritans who were electrocuted
    L.A. City Councilman Paul Krekorian is expected to announce Thursday a fundraising effort to help pay the ambulance fees for two women electrocuted when they tried to help a driver in a Valley Villagecar crash. Krekorian said the families of Stacey...
  • Donors cover ambulance bills for families of electrocution victims

    Donors cover ambulance bills for families of electrocution victims
    VALLEY VILLAGE -- Private donors have committed more than $10,000 to cover ambulance fees for the victims who were either injured or electrocuted as they tried to rescue a 19-year-old Glendale man who crashed into a fire hydrant and downed a power line,...