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  • State legislators warned by ethics agency on campaign violations

     
    Ethics agency issues warning letters on campaign violations...
  • Sen. Pavley leads in fundraising against GOP contender Todd Zink

     
    Sen. Pavley, a Democrat, leads in fundraising over Republican Zink in the election for the 27th Senate District contest....
  • Bill Stall dies at 71; Pulitzer-Prize winning editorial writer for The Times

    Bill Stall dies at 71; Pulitzer-Prize winning editorial writer for The Times
    William R. Stall, a longtime staff member of the Los Angeles Times who was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for editorial writing in 2004, died Sunday at his home in Sacramento. He was 71. Stall had been in failing health much of the year and died of...
  • Hey California, Caltrans isn't listening

    You want to fight Caltrans? Good luck. Just ask Celeste Malott, who has been wrangling with the nation's largest road building agency since last October over what she considered some negligent road work in Topanga. The family's 2006 Mini Cooper...
  • Slaying turns up heat on legal system

    Each year, the Los Angeles County court system handles more than 20,000 cases of felony domestic violence. But those who have long dealt with the issue said they would be hard-pressed to find another case in which the system so failed the victim as the...
  • Tahoe fire shows cost of paradise still rising

    Tahoe fire shows cost of paradise still rising
    Sacramento — ANOTHER natural disaster, another lesson. But not the predictable lesson. Not the tired, nagging lecture about people who insist on living in the trees and on the bluffs, at the edge of the surf and along the riverbanks, asking for...
  • Water laws may throttle growth

    Water laws may throttle growth
    The planned distribution center for the footwear firm Skechers USA would rise on 1.7 million square feet in the Inland Empire, making it one of the largest warehouses in the United States. It would anchor a new community called Rancho Belago, a...
  • Same-sex union -- it's personal

    When Jackie Goldberg and Sharon Stricker headed to San Francisco to get married four years ago, they saw their wedding as a political statement. It surprised them both when, halfway through the ceremony on the steps of the City Hall rotunda, the usually...
  • Amid budget gap, 'fantastic' ideas joust with fiscal reality

    Amid budget gap, 'fantastic' ideas joust with fiscal reality
    He has prided himself on thinking big, and used his larger-than-life persona to advocate grand visions for California's future. But as Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger begins his fifth year at the helm of the state, he is hemmed in by the past, staring at a...
  • MariaCare or SheilaCare? Both miss the point

    In their debate on the California health care initiative, both Daniel Zingale and Anthony Wright think that big government is the solution to our healthcare woes. Zingale, Maria Shriver's chief of staff, represents Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's solution:...
  • Our healthcare plan will work

    Even though the healthcare reform bill passed by the Assembly was negotiated with a Republican governor, ABX1-1 is very much a Democratic proposal at heart— witness its significant expansion to cover 3.6 million uninsured Californians, including 800,000...
  • Do dead celebs have rights?

    Dying isn't so good for one's work ethic, but it doesn't stop the work from continuing to earn money. Copyrights last for 70 years after the death of the author, composer or artist. Patent royalties can be collected for up to 20 years, with or without the...