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Mike Feuer

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  • Lawyer cites 'inappropriate' tactic in Huizar sex harassment suit

    Lawyer cites 'inappropriate' tactic in Huizar sex harassment suit
    The woman who has accused Los Angeles City Councilman Jose Huizar of engaging in sexual harassment filed a lawsuit Tuesday to keep the city from forcing her to provide testimony for a special committee investigating her harassment claims. Michael...
  • L.A. sues Wells Fargo and Citigroup, alleging predatory lending

    The city of Los Angeles accused banking giants Wells Fargo & Co. and Citigroup Inc. of a “continuous pattern and practice” of mortgage discrimination that led to a wave of foreclosures, reduced property tax revenue and increased costs for city...
  • LAPD to pay $10 million in traffic ticket quota controversy

    LAPD to pay $10 million in traffic ticket quota controversy
    The Los Angeles City Council on Tuesday agreed to pay nearly $6 million to a group of police officers who accused their superiors of imposing a secret traffic ticket quota system on the Westside. The settlement, approved unanimously, brings to more than...
  • Judge deals major blow to Hollywood growth plan

    Judge deals major blow to Hollywood growth plan
    A judge has dealt a major blow to Los Angeles' efforts to spur larger development in parts of Hollywood, calling a new zoning plan for the area "fatally flawed" and saying that the document should be repealed. In a tentative 41-page ruling issued...
  • Illegal fireworks in Mid-City spark irritation and fear

    Illegal fireworks in Mid-City spark irritation and fear
    It's not that he isn't patriotic. But Shai Levy, a Mid-City resident, doesn't look forward to Independence Day. "On Fourth of July, it's like Beirut here. Or Falloujah," he said of the massive, deafening illegal fireworks displays launched by his...
  • South Los Angeles residents fuming over oil field

    South Los Angeles residents fuming over oil field
    The South Coast Air Quality Management District's top brass faced a frustrated crowd at a town hall meeting Wednesday, during which more than 100 South Los Angeles residents criticized the agency's inability to say whether fumes from an oil field are...
  • Court lets LAPD reinstate vehicle impound rules, at least for now

    Court lets LAPD reinstate vehicle impound rules, at least for now
    A state appeals court late Wednesday set aside a lower court's ruling that struck down the Los Angeles Police Department's vehicle impound rules. The decision by a panel of three justices from the California Court of Appeal cleared the way for Police...
  • Upscale Mar Vista isn't rolling with pot shop

    Upscale Mar Vista isn't rolling with pot shop
    The Highland Park Patient Collective has been praised by Yelp reviewers for its sample room where patients can try their meds, its PlayStation 3 and stockpile of games and its cheap outdoor kush that's good for rolling blunts. But don't expect the...
  • City Hall staff kept quiet on L.A. streetcar red flags

    City Hall staff kept quiet on L.A. streetcar red flags
    When downtown voters agreed last winter to bring back the Los Angeles streetcar, the campaign pitch sounded simple: a $125-million trolley through the heart of the central city, with funding split between federal grants and a new property tax. Inside...
  • Zimmerman verdict: Officials urge protesters to reject violence

    Zimmerman verdict: Officials urge protesters to reject violence
    At a news conference in South Los Angeles Tuesday, more than a dozen elected officials and community leaders vowed to put an end to any further violence over the verdict in the Trayvon Martin case, but stressed the importance of new dialogue about race...
  • Newton: Harmony at City Hall

    Newton: Harmony at City Hall
    Over the last 20 years, there has been a lot of change in the top two offices of Los Angeles government. Mayors and city attorneys have been Republicans and Democrats. They've been political insiders and outsiders, and they've been ethnically diverse....
  • A packed schedule for Eric Garcetti's inauguration ceremony today

    A packed schedule for Eric Garcetti's inauguration ceremony today
    Los Angeles Mayor-elect Eric Garcetti and his wife, Amy Wakeland, attended Sunday morning services at First African Methodist Episcopal Church, the oldest black church in the city and a regular stop for local and national politicians. Garcetti’s...