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  • City Council approves Garcetti's overhaul of board overseeing LAFD

    City Council approves Garcetti's overhaul of board overseeing LAFD
    The Los Angeles City Council voted Friday to approve the slate of new commissioners appointed by Mayor Eric Garcetti to a civilian board that oversees the Los Angeles City Fire Department, an agency the new mayor has identified as needing significant...
  • For the record

    Frank Pooler: In the Jan. 26 LATExtra section, a photograph with the obituary of longtime Cal State Long Beach choral director Frank Pooler should have been credited to the university, not the Los Angeles Times. City Council: In the Jan. 28 Section A, a...
  • LAFD chief to shift firefighters from trucks to ambulances

    LAFD chief to shift firefighters from trucks to ambulances
    Los Angeles Fire Chief Brian Cummings said Thursday he was pressing ahead with a controversial plan to move dozens of city firefighters from fire engines to ambulances, despite warnings from labor groups that the change would put lives at risk. In the...
  • Two L.A. mayoral candidates unlikely backers of business tax cut

    Two L.A. mayoral candidates unlikely backers of business tax cut
    In the debate over who should be the next mayor of Los Angeles, who would you suppose argues for elimination of a business tax to kick-start economic growth? Not the one-time investment banker who dropped out of the race early and says killing the...
  • Mayoral Election 2013

    Hello. I’m Times Political Writer Seema Mehta and here’s your L.A. City Election update. The nation’s eyes were fixed this weekend on the Oscar race unfolding in Hollywood. But with just days to go before the citywide March 5 election,...
  • Wanted: A mayor worthy of L.A.

    Wanted: A mayor worthy of L.A.
    Since my knee replacement surgery less than two weeks ago, I've been popping narcotic painkillers that come with long lists of potential side effects. Among them are vomiting, hallucinating and impaired thinking. It is perhaps that third one that made...
  • L.A. mayor's race inspires 2 youngsters to activism

    L.A. mayor's race inspires 2 youngsters to activism
    He's only 12, but Adam Brown has already volunteered for a presidential campaign, started his own nonprofit to get other kids involved in politics, and, last month, ran for student body president at Sylmar's Los Angeles Mission College, where he takes...
  • Wendy Greuel takes on the crowd at Tolliver's

    Wendy Greuel takes on the crowd at Tolliver's
    "Hi guys, long time no see," Wendy Greuel said, strolling into Tolliver's barbershop as if she were a regular. It was her third mayoral campaign visit to the South Los Angeles institution where the haircuts are cheap and the political banter is free....
  • 'Super PACs' negate spending limits in L.A. mayor's race

    'Super PACs' negate spending limits in L.A. mayor's race
    Strict limits on campaign contributions imposed by voters nearly three decades ago are crumbling in the Los Angeles mayor's race, with big donors using loosely regulated "super PACs" to help candidates like never before in a citywide election, a Times...
  • Mayor Eric Garcetti revamps L.A. Fire Commission

    Mayor Eric Garcetti revamps L.A. Fire Commission
    Mayor Eric Garcetti continued his shake-up of city government Thursday, replacing four of five members on the civilian board that oversees the Los Angeles Fire Department, an agency he has identified as needing significant reform. One of the departing...
  • Minority of L.A. County voters quashed transit tax extension

    Minority of L.A. County voters quashed transit tax extension
    A minority of voters living in a daisy chain of small, suburban and relatively upscale enclaves around the county's outer rim were largely responsible for last fall's razor thin defeat of a $90-billion transit tax that received lopsided ballot box...