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  • Second good Samaritan electrocuted in Valley Village is identified

     
    Second electrocution victim of Valley Village accident identified. Stacey Schreiber also hailed as Good Samaritan in efforts to rescue others....
  • San Bernardino bankrupt: Blame pet projects, not labor, union says

     
    San Bernardino's labor unions pushed back at the suggestion that lucrative labor agreements were forcing the city to seek bankruptcy protection – and instead blamed city officials for frittering away money....
  • LAUSD Supt. Deasy delays plan for tablet computers

     
    The group that oversees school-construction bond spending fell short of approving money to buy tablet computers for students in the Los Angeles Unified School District. The appointed Bond Oversight Committee voted 7 to 3 for the plan Wednesday, but that.....
  • Woman's $23-million lottery ticket sat in car for 6 months

     
    Julie Cervera's lottery ticket worth $23 million sat forgotten in the glove compartment of her car for nearly six months. Luckily for Cervera, a 69-year-old grandmother who has been struggling to feed her family and pay the bills, lottery officials......
  • 19-year-old charged in good Samaritan electrocution deaths

     
    The 19-year-old driver in a Valley Village car crash that electrocuted two good Samaritans has been charged with two counts of vehicular manslaughter, the L.A. County District Attorney's office said Friday....
  • Election day: Short lines, empty voter booths are the norm so far

     
    Although Tuesday’s election will result in one of Los Angeles’ most extensive leadership changes -- with residents selecting a mayor, city attorney, city controller, and eight City Council members -- attendance at polling places appeared...
  • L.A. Votes: Election Day! Candidates barnstorm, new controversies emerge

     
    Tuesday is election day in Los Angeles, and voters will weigh in on who should be the city’s next mayor and decide on a measure that would boost the city’s sales tax. Also on the ballot are contests for city......
  • Vandals paint anti-government graffiti on L.A. City Hall

     
    Even though the Occupy movement has long since been evicted, a sign of discontent with the status quo popped up Wednesday morning at City Hall when someone painted anti-government obscenities on the building....
  • Police fatally shoot man in Monterey Park

     
    A man was shot and killed by police in Monterey Park early Friday after they said he stepped out of his vehicle carrying a gun. Officers with the Monterey Park Police Department were responding to a disturbance call just after......
  • Yaroslavsky calls mayoral candidates' budget comments 'oblivious'

     
    Veteran Los Angeles politician Zev Yaroslavsky weighed in forcefully this week on the Los Angeles mayor's race, criticizing the field of candidates for failing to address the city’s ongoing fiscal crisis....
  • Yaroslavsky blasts Perry for mailer that implies he opposes Greuel

     
    This post has been updated. See below for details. County Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky slammed mayoral candidate Jan Perry’s campaign on Monday for a mailer that implies that he opposes Wendy Greuel, the latest in a series of controversial mail...
  • Final 'Bling Ring' defendant pleads no contest

     
    With a key LAPD investigator under fire for working on a movie about the so-called Bling Ring that targeted celebrity homes, the final defendant pleaded no contest to a single felony charge of possessing stolen goods....