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  • Political interests starting to pick sides in L.A. County race

    Political interests starting to pick sides in L.A. County race
    Political interests hoping to gain favor with the two remaining candidates for a seat on the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors are starting to line up their support in a high-stakes contest for the Westside district held by Zev Yaroslavsky. Last...
  • L.A. city attorney seeks court order to halt cannabis farmers market

    L.A. city attorney seeks court order to halt cannabis farmers market
    The Los Angeles city attorney is seeking an injunction to stop what's being dubbed as the city's first-ever cannabis-centric farmers market, which opened for business over the Fourth of July weekend. The medical marijuana market opened July 4-6 inside a...
  • L.A. marijuana farmers market ordered to temporarily shut down

    L.A. marijuana farmers market ordered to temporarily shut down
    A farmers market for medical marijuana users has been temporarily shut down after an L.A. County Superior Court judge agreed to halt operation of the Boyle Heights cannabis marketplace. The judge’s ruling Tuesday grants a temporary restraining order...
  • L.A. leaders are crafting new plan to help homeless on skid row

    L.A. leaders are crafting new plan to help homeless on skid row
    Los Angeles officials are developing a new strategy for taming pervasive homelessness on skid row, easing up on arrests for petty offenses while concentrating mental health, medical, housing and sanitation services in the long-troubled swath of downtown....
  • Medical marijuana farmers market in L.A. temporarily closed by judge

    Medical marijuana farmers market in L.A. temporarily closed by judge
    A Boyle Heights farmers market for medical marijuana users has been temporarily shut down by a Los Angeles County Superior Court judge. The judge's ruling Tuesday grants a temporary restraining order sought by Los Angeles City Atty. Mike Feuer to stop...
  • Judge calls into question how L.A. handles parking ticket challenges

    Judge calls into question how L.A. handles parking ticket challenges
    A Los Angeles Superior Court judge has called into question the way L.A. handles parking tickets, saying city employees should review challenges to tickets instead of outsourcing the task to a private company. City workers issue parking tickets, but Los...
  • DWP union chief warns L.A. officials not to withhold trust payment

    DWP union chief warns L.A. officials not to withhold trust payment
    Flanked by a passel of labor leaders, Department of Water and Power union chief Brian D’Arcy warned Los Angeles officials Tuesday not to halt a scheduled payment to two DWP-affiliated nonprofits, arguing it would break a bargaining agreement with...
  • DWP union boss warns city not to withhold payments to nonprofits

    DWP union boss warns city not to withhold payments to nonprofits
    The dispute between top Los Angeles officials and one of the city's most powerful labor leaders intensified Tuesday when Department of Water and Power union boss Brian D'Arcy warned that the city was asking for "trouble" if money is withheld from two...
  • L.A. won't appeal ruling striking down ban on living in vehicles

    L.A. won't appeal ruling striking down ban on living in vehicles
    City Atty. Mike Feuer said Thursday he would not appeal a federal appeals court ruling that strikes down L.A.'s ban on living in vehicles, a key enforcement tool in the city's efforts to deal with homelessness. But Feuer said he would work with other...
  • Appeals court panel ends L.A. ban on homeless living in vehicles

    Appeals court panel ends L.A. ban on homeless living in vehicles
    For the second time in two years, a federal appeals court has struck down a key enforcement tool in Los Angeles' efforts to deal with burgeoning homelessness, declaring a ban on living in vehicles an invitation to discriminate against the poor. A three-...
  • Owner of Sylmar building where fire killed family of 4 is charged

    Owner of Sylmar building where fire killed family of 4 is charged
    The owner of a converted, metal-clad barn in Sylmar that went up in flames in January, killing a family of four, was charged Friday with failing to install smoke detectors in a structure that prosecutors say was illegally converted into living quarters....
  • When a car is a home: City Hall's new headache

    When a car is a home: City Hall's new headache
    Faced with the decision by the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals striking down Los Angeles' ban on homeless people living in their cars, City Atty. Mike Feuer and the City Council now face the obvious question: What next? Feuer already has done the...