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  • Gov. Brown OKs tripling state film tax-credit funding to $330 million

    California Gov. Jerry Brown has signed off on a deal that would more than triple funding for California's film and TV tax-credit program. The compromise would increase funding to $330 million a year over the next five years. While that falls short of...
  • Governor, Legislative Leaders Reach Deal On California Movie and TV Tax Credit

    California legislative leaders and Gov. Jerry Brown announced a deal on Wednesday to extend and expand California's movie and TV tax credit, more than tripling its size to $330 million annually. "Proud to announce a deal with Dem and Rep leg. leaders...
  • Time Warner Cable Internet outage fuels opposition to merger

    Time Warner Cable's nationwide outage early Wednesday -- which left millions of homes across the country without Internet service -- is fueling opposition to the company's proposed merger with Comcast Corp. Overnight maintenance on the backbone of...
  • L.A. to pay $75,000 to end harassment lawsuit by ex-aide to Englander

    L.A. to pay $75,000 to end harassment lawsuit by ex-aide to Englander
    Los Angeles has agreed to pay $75,000 to settle a lawsuit filed by a former aide to City Councilman Mitchell Englander who claimed she was repeatedly subjected to sexual comments and inappropriate jokes while working in his office, officials said Tuesday....
  • Mayor Garcetti pitching new minimum wage plan to business groups

    Mayor Garcetti pitching new minimum wage plan to business groups
    Los Angeles business leaders confirmed Tuesday that Mayor Eric Garcetti is circulating a plan to hike the city's minimum wage to $13.50 an hour over three years, followed in years after by hikes keyed to inflation. Garcetti and members of his...
  • L.A. Mayor Garcetti seeks FCC review of Dodgers channel impasse

    L.A. Mayor Garcetti seeks FCC review of Dodgers channel impasse
    Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti is asking federal regulators to examine the stalemate between Time Warner Cable and other pay-TV operators that's prevented much of the region from watching Dodgers baseball this season. Garcetti's request came late...
  • Napa quake a wake-up call for Southern California

    Napa quake a wake-up call for Southern California
    The 6.0 earthquake that rattled Napa on Sunday morning should remind Los Angeles city officials and residents to take stock of their preparations for the bigger earthquake that someday will roil Southern California. To their credit, city officials are...
  • Los Angeles Mayor: FCC Should Consider Dodgers Dispute in Comcast-TW Cable Merger Review

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti says that the FCC's review of the proposed Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger should examine "real world problems like the Dodgers dispute," in which more than 60% of the city's residents do not...
  • New York Mayor Calls for Conditions on Comcast-Time Warner Cable Merger

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - New York Mayor Bill de Blasio is not calling for the FCC to reject Comcast's proposed merger with Time Warner Cable, but he is asking that they impose a series of conditions on the transaction, including an expansion of lower-...
  • L.A. building officials issue stop-work order for Hollywood Target

    L.A. building officials issue stop-work order for Hollywood Target
    Los Angeles building inspectors posted a stop-work order on Monday at a partly built Target shopping center in Hollywood, the latest turn in a long-running court battle over the project. Luke Zamperini, chief inspector for the Department of Building and...
  • Before the Emmy red carpet, there's L.A.'s rush hour

    Before the Emmy red carpet, there's L.A.'s rush hour
    For the first time in 40 years, the Emmy Awards will be on Monday night. Television's best and brightest, accustomed to having the deserted streets of downtown Los Angeles to themselves on a Sunday evening, now have something else on their minds besides...
  • A veteran of fighting bureaucracy tries to tame L.A.'s red tape

    A veteran of fighting bureaucracy tries to tame L.A.'s red tape
    Bob Stone, 79, a professional bureaucracy buster, has been working at Los Angeles City Hall since last August, and he's still waiting to see his first paycheck. "I have a contract and they told me I'd be getting $1 a year," the bespectacled Stone told...