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2 LA City Hall staffers arrested on suspicion of DUI: 1 drove city-issued car, another hit Metro bus
Two aides at Los Angeles City Hall were arrested over the weekend on suspicion of driving under the influence, authorities said. A car driven by Fredy Ceja, a spokesman for City Councilman Gil Cedillo, collided with a Metro bus near 6th and Spring ...

Los Angeles area can claim the worst traffic in America. Again
Southern California has, yet again, clinched the dubious distinction of having the country's worst traffic. Drivers in the Los Angeles-Long Beach-Santa Ana region spent 81 hours idling on freeways in 2015, the worst cumulative delay of any U.S ...

Los Angeles Finally Has a Plan to Fix Its Terrible Sidewalks
Los Angeles's plan to finally fix its broken sidewalks is moving forward once again after many attempts. A newly proposed plan, which was inspired by a report last year from the City Administrative Officer, would have LA on the hook for repairing ...

It's Shake Shack Day in Los Angeles, Everyone
Today is Shake Shack Day in Los Angeles. No, the mayor didn't come down from on high and crown this specific calendar square as such, but to many thousands of Angelenos, it is exactly as described. Today marks the first time in the greater Los Angeles ...

LA announces formation of transgender advisory panel
Los Angeles elected officials on Tuesday announced the creation of the city's first Transgender Advisory Council, saying the committee would offer a new avenue of policy-making input from L.A.'s transgender men and women. The advisory council, which ...

Here Are Your (Very Few) Los Angeles James Beard Nominees for 2016
The James Beard Foundation announced the 2016 nominees this morning in San Francisco, and Los Angeles has a few nominees. The following L.A. chefs and restaurants are up for awards: In the Best Chef in the West category, Providence's Michael ...

'Where are we going to go?' LA homeless sweeps continue despite lawsuit
Just one day after advocates for the homeless filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the city of Los Angeles, work crews and police were out again Tuesday making arrests and removing homeless encampments along a highly visible stretch of the 101 ...

LA Unified board member Monica Ratliff eyes City Council campaign
Los Angeles school board member Monica Ratliff is looking to make the switch to City Hall. Ratliff, a grade school teacher who scored a significant upset in the 2013 election, filed initial paperwork Monday to run for the San Fernando Valley seat being ...

Angelenos weigh in: LA traffic is literally the worst
LOS ANGELES, CA MARCH 27, 2015 - Sunrise for drivers as morning traffic begins to swell on the East and West bound 101 Freeway in the San Fernando Valley near White Oak on the second day of a heat wave brought on by a high pressure system over ...

Coalition targeting massive LA developments puts off ballot measure until 2017
Backers of a ballot measure to crack down on L.A. real estate "mega-developments" announced a sharp change in tactics Tuesday, saying they have rewritten their proposal and abandoned their drive to reach the Nov. 8 ballot. The Coalition to Preserve L.A ...

Essential California: Why is the California primary in June?
Good morning. It is Wednesday, March 16. Up in the sky … it's a bird, it's a plane. Nope, it's just the neon signs of Los Angeles. Here's what else is happening in the Golden State: TOP STORIES. De-escalating tensions. The Los Angeles Police ...

No injuries as small plane with 5 aboard lands hard in LA
LOS ANGELES (AP) — An airplane with five people aboard that was transferring a patient between medical facilities had to do a "belly skid" landing at a Los Angeles airport, but no one was injured. City Fire Department spokeswoman Margaret Stewart says ...

5 Free Art Shows You Should See in L.A. this Week
This week, a robotic replica of an artist answers touch questions, and a Hollywood video show features a bluish monster and a mystery ship. Body in a pile. Dancer Silas Reiner was a member of Merce Cunningham's revered dance company from 2007 to ...

Big LA Anti-Development Measure Seeks Lower Voter Turnout
It looks like Los Angeles voters will have to wait until next spring to weigh in on an initiative that could profoundly alter the course of the city's future. In a press conference at City Hall, the Coalition to Preserve LA announced that it will hold ...

LA to pay up to $30 million in curfew lawsuit settlement to provide job training for gang members
The city of Los Angeles will pay as much as $30 million to assist thousands of people who were subjected to unlawful curfews included in city gang injunctions. The money, which will be used primarily to provide job training for gang members, is the ...

LA Zoo wants mountain lion to remain a neighbor despite koala death
The Los Angeles Zoo is taking steps to protect its animals from a mountain lion suspected of killing a koala last week but does not want the predator relocated or euthanized, zoo officials said Wednesday. Instead of asking for the mountain lion known ...

Los Angeles Rent Comparison: What $1500 Gets You
Welcome to this week's installment of Curbed Comparisons, where we explore what you can rent for a certain dollar amount in various LA 'hoods. We're looking at rentals within $100 of today's price: $1,500. Grid View. 1 of 10. ↑ Just about a block ...

Music, arts programs at LA schools increasing after years of decline
Theater teacher Michael Jones teaches a drama class at Sun Valley High School in Sun Valley, Tuesday, March 8, 2016. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht/Los Angeles Daily News). By Dana Bartholomew, Los Angeles Daily News. Posted: 03/16/16, 9:58 PM PDT ...

CBS2 Investigation: On-The-Clock LA City Employee Works On Parks Official's Home
ROSEMEAD (CBSLA.com) — On a recent afternoon, a worker toiled to repair a gate at the Rosemead home of Andy Ho, a recreation facility director at L.A.'s MacArthur Park. It wasn't just any worker, however. The worker was wearing a “City of Los Angeles ...

LA Targets 'Mega Users' of Water in Plan for Increased Conservation
LADWP is moving forward with a plan to increase fees for water "mega users" as the drought continues. Patrick Healy reports for the NBC4 News at 5 & 6 p.m. on March 16, 2016. (Published Wednesday, March 16, 2016). Consumers in the highest tier of water ...

LA cyclist admits to supplying performance-enhancing drugs to pro and amateur athletes
A Los Angeles-based cyclist has pleaded guilty to procuring performance-enhancing drugs from Europe and China and selling them online to professional and amateur athletes, according to court papers. Nicholas Brandt-Sorenson entered his plea ...

Are large-scale housing developments good for LA?
Los Angeles has seen a rash of so-called mega-developments in recent years. It's led preservationists, affordable housing advocates and labor leaders into a debate on how to rein in the construction of housing that is so big, it violates the city's ...

22 Best Things to Do in L.A. This Week
Cats get their own art show, Jane Lynch brings her cabaret show to Largo, female writers take a stand against the gender gap and more stuff to do and see in L.A. this week. fri 3/18. Five years in the making, graphic author Daniel Clowes' aptly titled ...

Weekend Planner: 20 Things To Do In Los Angeles
Here are 20 of the coolest events happening this weekend in L.A. Want more ideas? Check out our March Guide, too. FRIDAY, MARCH 18. PALEYFEST (TV Festival) The PaleyFest wraps up at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood this weekend. The TV fan festival ...

Get ready Los Angeles. The US Census is about to experiment on you
In coming weeks, the United States Census will launch a pilot program in Los Angeles, taking advantage of a large multi-ethnic population, varying levels of Internet access and a high number of vacant homes to test a new data-collection system in ...

Here's A Map Of Who Los Angeles Supports For President, By ZIP Code
Look, we get it. We're all a little snoopy, and we're all probably a little bit curious to know whether or not we live in a neighborhood that's #FeelinTheBern or #WithHer. Lucky for us nosy neighbors, the data scientists at Renthop combed through ...

Some Wild Stuff Going On in the Los Angeles Housing Market Last Month
Redfin's housing market report for February has been released, and, as per usual, a lot of activity took place east of Vermont. Neighborhoods like Echo Park, Eagle Rock, Glassell Park, Mount Washington, and East LA all saw double digit rises in median ...

Higher taxes will impact Rams employees in move to Los Angeles
The move from St. Louis to Los Angeles has many appealing qualities for Rams players, coaches and staff. Much warmer weather and a much larger fan base are among them. Higher taxes and a more expensive cost of living are not. Rams employees, in fact ...

Black Lives Matter protesters who blocked LA freeway are 'vessels of change,' lawyer tells jury
Demonstrators accused of blocking the 101 Freeway during a 2014 protest against police abuse were exercising their free-speech rights and used nonviolent action to make their point, a defense attorney told jurors on Thursday. As the trial of seven ...

Los Angeles Developer Of 'Disneyland-Like' Open-Air Malls Has Amassed $3.5 Billion Fortune
When Los Angeles real estate developer Rick Caruso gave the keynote speech at the National Retail Federation's annual convention two years ago, he made a dire prediction: “Within 10 to 15 years the typical U.S. mall, unless completely reinvented, will ...


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