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  • Bobby Shriver Concedes As Sheila Kuehl Wins L.A. Supervisor Seat

    Sheila Kuehl, a former California state senator and assemblywoman who was a teen actress on TV's "Dobie Gillis," defeated former Santa Monica mayor Bobby Shriver in a hotly contested race for Los Angeles County Supervisor. Shriver, brother of Maria...
  • Kuehl appears to beat Shriver for Board of Supervisors seat

    Kuehl appears to beat Shriver for Board of Supervisors seat
    Propelled by strong backing from labor, former state lawmaker Sheila Kuehl appeared Wednesday to have won a pivotal race for an open seat on the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, defeating former Santa Monica City Council member Bobby Shriver....
  • Kuehl's victory no guarantee of pro-labor bloc on Board of Supervisors

    Kuehl's victory no guarantee of pro-labor bloc on Board of Supervisors
    The election of former state lawmaker Sheila Kuehl to the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday cheered union activists and worried fiscal conservatives. Both sides view her victory as a watershed that could create a pro-labor majority likely...
  • In 1978, Mina Yaroslavsky joined the L.A. City Council

     
    Mina, 10 months, sits on lap of her father, Los Angeles City Councilman Zev Yaroslavsky, during long meeting at City Hall....
  • County leaders praise Jerry Perenchio for $500-million LACMA gift

    County leaders praise Jerry Perenchio for $500-million LACMA gift
    Bel-Air billionaire Jerry Perenchio made a rare appearance at a news conference Thursday morning, when Los Angeles County Museum of Art leaders and county officials praised the 83-year-old retired entertainment mogul for donating his art collection to the...
  • Will L.A.'s 'subway to the sea' finally get there?

    Will L.A.'s 'subway to the sea' finally get there?
    When then-Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa promised 10 years ago to build the long-stalled “subway to the sea,” many Angelenos probably rolled their eyes and thought, “Yeah, right. We can't even get a train all the way to the airport.”...
  • Late infusion of union cash helped pro-Kuehl campaign

    Late infusion of union cash helped pro-Kuehl campaign
    A Times analysis of fundraising in the hard-fought battle to replace longtime Los Angeles County Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky shows how the money chase seesawed before a late infusion of union cash helped backers of Sheila Kuehl close the gap with...
  • PopPolitics: Aaron Sorkin on 'The Newsroom,' CNN and the Boston Bombings (Listen)

    "The Newsroom" returns to HBO for its third and final season on Sunday, and creator Aaron Sorkin is once again deploying plot twists using events of the recent past, this time the Boston Marathon bombings. But in an interview with Variety's "PopPolitics,...
  • L.A.'s not-quite 'subway to the sea' finally breaks ground

    L.A.'s not-quite 'subway to the sea' finally breaks ground
    More than 30 years ago, officials promised that Los Angeles' first modern subway would cut through the congested and heavily populated Wilshire Corridor connecting downtown to the city's coastal suburbs. Now, after decades of delay over safety and...
  • Thanks to the election, big opportunities arise for L.A.

    Thanks to the election, big opportunities arise for L.A.
    In the aftermath of last week's elections, most commentary naturally focused on the changing balance in the U.S. Senate. But the effect of that shift on the lives of most people is likely to be negligible: A body where a minority of Republicans could...
  • Biking and walking likely to be major issues in spring city elections

    Biking and walking likely to be major issues in spring city elections
    On a quiet Sunday morning in East L.A. a few weeks back, the campaign between Los Angeles City Councilman Jose Huizar and County Supervisor Gloria Molina provided its first truly awkward moment. Huizar, who is seeking a third term in the March 3 council...