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  • Legislature now a stepping stone for would-be L.A. council members

     
    Once upon a time, a time before legislative term limits, the Los Angeles City Council used to be a stepping stone to the Legislature. But Assemblyman Bob Blumenfield’s entry into the San Fernando Valley’s 3rd District council race is just........
  • Fundraiser for Valley Village victims exceeds $10,000

     
    A fundraising effort to help pay the ambulance fees for the families of the victims of a Valley Village tragedy that electrocuted two women and injured half a dozen others collected more than $10,000 in donations in less than 24 hours....
  • L.A. Mayor Villaraigosa hails Valley good Samaritans as 'heroes'

     
    Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa hailed the people who responded to help a driver in car accident in Valley Village Wednesday as a heroes, including two women who died from electrocution after stepping into water that covered live electrical cables....
  • Good Samaritans killed: Fundraiser to help pay ambulance fees

     
    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 Village car crash....
  • Stadium's financial returns seen as too slim to share with city

     
    A downtown developer cannot share the profits of its proposed football stadium with taxpayers because the financial return from the $1.2-billion project will be too low, officials told the Los Angeles City Council on Friday. During the full council’...
  • City ordered to pay $5.7 million in police shooting

     
    A jury Friday ordered the city of Los Angeles to pay $5.7 million to a man who was shot and paralyzed by police after he fled the scene of a gang shooting. Although the payout, which could reach about $6.5......
  • LAPD chief urges appeal of $5.7 million jury award to paralyzed felon

     
    Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck on Saturday recommended that the city appeal a jury's decision to award $5.7 million to a convicted felon left paralyzed in a police shooting after he was allegedly involved in a drive-by shooting....
  • L.A. gives local businesses a leg up in city contracts

     
    The Los Angeles City Council unanimously approved a new law that will give preferential treatment to local companies seeking city contracts.The ordinance, is intended to keep the city’s money close to home, strengthen local businesses and create...
  • Assembly candidates line up more backing

     
    Combatants in some of next year’s already crowded races for state Assembly continue to line up endorsements, including in the race for the newly drawn 46th District in the San Fernando Valley. This week, Democrat Adrin Nazarian, an aide to......
  • Endorsements mount in two heated Assembly races

     
    State Sen. Gloria Negrete McLeod (D-Chino) has endorsed attorney Andrew Lachman, one of four candidates for an open, newly drawn San Fernando Valley-based state Assembly seat. Lachman also announced some additional backing, including three labor...
  • L.A.-area elected officials endorse Assembly veterans

     
    Some prominent Los Angeles-area elected officials have thrown their support to two legislative veterans seeking newly drawn Assembly seats in next year's elections....