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  • Griffith after the ashes

    Tucked away amid the ash-covered slopes of Griffith Park, a tiny, eccentric garden clings to life like a green island on the land. Some garden-hungry park-goer claimed this real estate several months ago, bringing two well-used lawn chairs and planting a...
  • Experiment Ends With Little Ed's Death

    Bringing a sad but inevitable close to a decidedly unsound and unscientific experiment, a goldfish named Little Ed died Saturday after 156 days of living and even thriving in an aquarium filled with water from the Los Angeles River. Little Ed's decline...
  • Child Predator Caught on Surveillance Tape

    Child Predator Caught on Surveillance Tape
    LOS ANGELES -- A $75,000 reward is being offered for the arrest and conviction of a child predator targeting young children in the Mid-City area of Los Angeles. Detectives released new surveillance video of the suspect in hopes that someone may...
  • Dispensary operators say L.A. marijuana ordinance will harm patients

     
    Medical marijuana dispensary advocates assailed the Los Angeles City Council's vote today to approve a medical marijuana ordinance, saying the measure was unworkable and would dramatically restrict access to patients who need the drug. The council voted...
  • L.A. police arrest man suspected of molesting girls in Mid-City area

     
    L.A. police detectives have arrested a man they believe is responsible for molesting at least four girls over the last two years in the Mid-City area. Police officials plan to identify the man Tuesday afternoon at a news conference. The......
  • Some disabled and low-income senior citizens will see trash fees rise next year

     
    In a chaotic eight-hour budget hearing Wednesday, members of the Los Angeles City Council set aside a slew of budget proposals designed to prevent the city from going bankrupt. But they did approve a reduction to one subsidy program that......
  • L.A. Council committees approve fees for pot dispensaries

     
    Two Los Angeles City Council committees Tuesday approved an array of special fees that medical marijuana dispensaries will be required to pay to register with the city, deciding with minimal debate to send the proposal to the council for a......
  • L.A. City Council members scrape for money to keep arts centers open

     
    The Los Angeles City Council started cracking open municipal piggy banks Wednesday, hoping it could shake loose enough change to keep the city's network of neighborhood arts centers in place amid a budget crisis. Councilwoman Janice Hahn anted up $9,000.....
  • L.A. City Council keeps art, cultural programs afloat

     
    With some Los Angeles art centers on the verge of shutting their doors, the City Council agreed Friday to shift money earmarked for public art projects to keep classes and other cultural programs running over the next two years. City......
  • Mayor calls on L.A. council to approve first of four electricity rate increases

     
    Days after City Council members balked at his plan for boosting Department of Water and Power electricity rates, Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa on Monday threw his weight behind Councilman Richard Alarcon’s plan to approve the first of four...
  • Breakthrough may be near in Villaraigosa-council dispute over electricity rate boost [Updated]

     
    Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and City Council members may be close to a breakthrough in their protracted dispute over how much the municipal utility should charge ratepayers and how much it should contribute to the city’s troubled treasury....
  • Villaraigosa backs L.A. boycott of Arizona over immigration crackdown [Updated]

     
    Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa said Thursday that he supports a boycott of Arizona by the city of Los Angeles, and he called that state's newly passed immigration law "unpatriotic and unconstitutional." "No person should be treated differently in the eyes of....