Mayor Garcetti Calls State of Los Angeles “Undeniably Strong”

Mayor Garcetti Calls State of Los Angeles “Undeniably Strong”

With a strong economy, high employment levels, a construction boom and returning industries, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said Thursday the state of the city is "undeniably str ...

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California State Senate Names Xavier Becerra New Attorney General

California State Senate Names Xavier Becerra New Attorney General

The state Senate Monday confirmed Rep. Xavier Becerra, D-Los Angeles, as California's new attorney general. Becerra will be sworn in Tuesday by Gov. Jerry Brown and will replace f ...

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State Senators Jerry Hill and Ben Allen Introduce Joint Resolution Urging States To Pass National Popular Vote Legislation

State Senators Jerry Hill and Ben Allen Introduce Joint Resolution Urging States To Pass National Popular Vote Legislation

California Senators Jerry Hill and Ben Allen introduced a joint resolution today calling upon other states to pass National Popular Vote (NPV) legislation to ensure that electoral ...

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State Appeals Court Reverses Local Man’s Murder Charge

State Appeals Court Reverses Local Man’s Murder Charge

A state appeals court panel Wednesday reversed a man's conviction for fatally stabbing a longtime friend at a Santa Monica apartment, finding that a judge should have conducted a ...

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Marijuana Dispensaries Could Be In Danger With New State Law

Marijuana Dispensaries Could Be In Danger With New State Law

A measure to repeal Proposition D, a ban on medical marijuana dispensaries, has been certified, and the City Council will now decide whether to adopt the measure or put it on the ...

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State Appeals Court Panel Upholds Stabber’s Conviction

State Appeals Court Panel Upholds Stabber’s Conviction

A state appeals court panel upheld a man's conviction for a series of stabbings -- one of them fatal -- that targeted homeless victims in Hollywood seven years ago. In a ruling Mo ...

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Proposition 42: Voters to Decide on State Reimbursement Mandate

Proposition 42: Voters to Decide on State Reimbursement Mandate

Proposition 42 on today's ballot would remove the mandate that the state reimburse local entities for the costs of following California's open meeting law and Public Records Act. ...

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A Dozen Candidates Vie to be Elected Los Angeles County Office of Assessor

A Dozen Candidates Vie to be Elected Los Angeles County Office of Assessor

A dozen candidates, nine of them county employees, are competing in today's election to lead to the Los Angeles County Office of Assessor, while the last elected assessor, John No ...

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1st District County Supervisor to be Elected Among 3 Worthy Candidates

1st District County Supervisor to be Elected Among 3 Worthy Candidates

Hilda Solis, a former Congresswoman and past head of the U.S. Department of Labor, appears poised to take over Gloria Molina's seat as First District county Supervisor in today's ...

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Race Intensifies for Two Open Seats on the LA County Board of Supervisors

Race Intensifies for Two Open Seats on the LA County Board of Supervisors

The race for one of two open seats on the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors intensified in the days before today's election, turning into a three-horse race to represent Wes ...

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