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  • District attorney candidates face off in forum

     
    Five candidates in the race for Los Angeles County District Attorney met at a forum hosted by the Los Angeles Times, the first such event attended by L.A. City Atty. Carmen Trutanich. The other candidates in attendance where Danette Meyers, John Breault...
  • Judge won't put former Bell police chief on the stand

     
    He sat in the back of the courtroom, dressed in a dark blue suit with a dour expression. But that was the closest former Bell police Chief Randy Adams came to the witness stand Tuesday....
  • Judge: Carmen Trutanich's ballot title 'misleading'

     
    A judge Monday described City Atty. Carmen Trutanich's attempt to call himself “Los Angeles Chief Prosecutor” on the June election ballot as “misleading,” ruling that Trutanich cannot use either of his favored ballot titles in...
  • Gov. Jerry Brown backs Carmen Trutanich for district attorney

     
    Gov. Jerry Brown has thrown his support behind Los Angeles City Atty. Carmen Trutanich in the race for L.A. County district attorney, Trutanich's election campaign announced Thursday. The endorsement was announced a day after Trutanich released his vision...
  • Group submits initiative petitions to change three-strikes law

     
    A coalition of law enforcement officials, civil rights organizations and taxpayer groups says it has submitted enough signatures to local election officials to qualify a November ballot initiative to change California's three-strikes law....
  • Howard Berman to tout law enforcement backing Thursday

     
    Rep. Howard Berman plans to tout law enforcement endorsements at a downtown Los Angeles news conference Thursday morning. He also plans to "set the record straight" about how many additional police officers he helped bring to the San Fernando Valley....
  • Perjury, fraud charges refiled against Richard Alarcon and wife

     
    Moving swiftly after a judge dismissed its case, the district attorney's office refiled 24 perjury and voter-fraud charges late Thursday afternoon against Councilman Richard Alarcon and his wife, Flora Montes De Oca Alarcon. The new charges make the...
  • State attorney general says LAPD impound policy is legal

     
    The Attorney General’s opinion issued this week says that a police department can establish guidelines allowing an impounded vehicle to be released in less than 30 days. “In our view, it is entirely appropriate for various agencies to adapt...
  • Sheriff Lee Baca met with Dist. Atty. Steve Cooley to discuss donor's case

    Sheriff Lee Baca met with Dist. Atty. Steve Cooley to discuss donor's case
  • L.A. Coliseum officials tell USC they can't afford $60 million in renovations

    L.A. Coliseum officials tell USC they can't afford $60 million in renovations
    For the first time, Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Commission officials acknowledged Thursday that they would be unable to keep their promise to USC to make nearly $60 million in sorely needed renovations to the 88-year-old stadium. The admission leaves...
  • L.A. city controller to audit Coliseum finances

    L.A. city controller to audit Coliseum finances
    Los Angeles City Controller Wendy Greuel is dispatching a team of auditors to pore over the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum's books because of a financial scandal that is already the subject of a criminal investigation. Greuel had been prepared to launch...