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L.A. NOWThe Los Angeles City Council postponed a vote Tuesday on a plan to send four police officers to attend a conference in Tucson – and lifting its ban on city-related travel to Arizona – to give officials time to find......
L.A. NOWOne month after it voted to impose a partial economic boycott of Arizona over its immigration policies, the Los Angeles City Council is poised to grant its first exception to its ban on city-related travel to that state. Council members......
L.A. NOWIn a move that has angered police union leaders, Los Angeles Police Department officials decided Thursday that four officers who were scheduled to attend a conference and training session in Tucson next month will not go after all. The trip......
L.A. NOWIt might be hard to think past the knock-down, drag-out contest in November between gubernatorial hopeful Meg Whitman and Atty. Gen. Jerry Brown. But in Los Angeles, candidates are starting to stake their claim to the March municipal election. City......
L.A. NOWThe Los Angeles City Council on Tuesday morning unanimously confirmed Brenda Barnette as general manager of the Department of Animal Services, the city's municipal shelter system, which Councilman Greig Smith said had been "under siege for a long time."...
L.A. NOWLos Angeles officials face opposition from organized labor and some City Council members over a proposal to contract out billing and collections for the fire department's emergency medical services. The proposed outsourcing is bundled with a popular...
L.A. at HomeTiming is everything when you're a plant in a place with little water and lots of competition. Our native California fuchsia, Zauschneria californica, has patience. It remains sedate as the native sages and lilacs burst into spring blossom. Then, as the...
DWP leaders defend withholding millions of dollars during rate debate; board president denies pressure from mayorL.A. NOWLeaders of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power on Tuesday issued a sharply worded defense of their decision to withhold $73.5 million from city coffers in the middle of a recent fight over electricity rates, saying during a......
It was just after 9 a.m. when William Mims got busted in a Hancock Park driveway. Slowly, he set down the gushing hose, which lacked an automatic shut-off nozzle, stepped away from the gray BMW he was washing and put his hands up. "Hey, man, I confess....
KTLA NewsLOS ANGELES -- Would a "distress" code help cut down crime at ATM's? A Los Angeles city councilman thinks the answer to that question is "yes." He wants to add the security feature to the city's automatic teller machines. Customers would type in a...
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KTLA NewsLOS ANGELES -- Los Angeles residents have cut water usage to a 32 year low in June, according to the Department of Water and Power. Water use by DWP ratepayers fell by 11% in June, compared with the same month in 2008, utility officials said. "I want to...
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KTLA NewsLOS ANGELES -- Former Department of Water and Power head David Nahai, who resigned his post just last week, may be given a consulting contract that would pay him the same salary he was earning as the DWP's top executive, according to department officials....
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