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David Dreier

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  • Opening day at Santa Anita

     
    Nearly 35,000 people turned up for the opening of Santa Anita Park, filling the grandstands and packing the popular Front Runner restaurant. Still others watched from the exclusive Director's Room, which is reserved for invited guests and where the dress....
  • Calling Big Bird: Public TV and Radio fight for taxpayer support

     
    NPR and PBS could lose their federal funding from Congress. Following an earlier snit about the firing of NPR commentator Juan Williams, public radio was back in the news this week when an NPR executive slammed conservatives....
  • GOP candidates and California's political maps: Two sides of the same coin?

     
    GOP candidates test the waters with their conservative values, while Democrats in California see the potential for gains in new voting districts....
  • Gabrielle Giffords' not the first sickbed-to-Capitol Hill vote

     
    It was high drama on Capitol Hill –- and I don’t mean about the debt-ceiling debate, for which "low" is a more apt adjective. I mean the startling appearance in the House of Representatives of one of its honorable members,......
  • Schiff supports inquiry of Station fire-related call

    Rep. Adam Schiff on Tuesday backed a federal probe into taped recordings of a U.S. Forest Service call center that included the period of the Station fire. The recent discovery of the taped calls came days before Schiff is scheduled to convene an Aug....
  • Station fire panel postponed

    A congressional panel scheduled for Tuesday in Pasadena on the firefighting problems during the devastating Station fire has been postponed while lawmakers return to Washington D.C. for a special session on jobs-related legislation. House Speaker...
  • Sound wall design funds on the way

    Sound wall design funds on the way
    La Cañada Flintridge will solidify in the coming weeks an agreement with the Metropolitan Transportation Authority that will allow the city to spend an estimated $2.8 million in Measure R funding to design 21 segments of sound wall, according to a city...
  • Anger, frustration still flaring over Station fire

    Ann Benriter stepped gingerly around bits of charred debris and twisted metal that littered the site where her house once stood in the Vogel Flats community in Big Tujunga Canyon. Off to one side were the remnants of two motorcycles, the tires and seats...
  • Independent agency to investigate Station fire response

    The independent Government Accountability Office has agreed to investigate the full Station fire response amid concerns that critical radio communications were withheld during previous inquiries, according to announcement today from Rep. Adam Schiff's...
  • Schools' financial struggles continue

    Schools' financial struggles continue
    GLENDALE — Nineteen months since congressional Democrats passed the $787-billion stimulus and recovery bill, local school districts continue to fend off budget cuts and protect employee jobs. In other words, they're not out of the woods. In...
  • Ron Kaye: Don't always go to the party

    Sipping iced coffee in the Black Cow Café in Montrose on Friday with Assemblyman Anthony Portantino, I found myself suspending my disbelief, putting aside my deep cynicism as a newspaperman and feeling like I was in the company of a politician actually...
  • Political Landscape: Decision keeps energy bills from increasing

    Glendale and Burbank taxpayers quietly dodged what might have been millions of dollars in increased energy bills as a decision on clean energy policy by the California Air Resources Board favored their local utilities. On Dec. 16, the board issued...