Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky and Pat Lynch, the convicted ex-manager of the L.A. Coliseum, are pointing the finger at each other over a pair of Super Bowl tickets that Yaroslavsky obtained for a constituent in 2004.Lynch, who was caught up in a massive corruption scandal at the Coliseum, contends that ... More >>
An anonymous tipster (who we would totally bear-hug if he weren't so damn anonymous) has lifted the veil on yesterday's big street-art mystery: Who planted three paper-mache sunbathers in the abandoned lot at 1st and Broadway? Curbed LA, the Los Angeles Times, LA Weekly and LA Observed all joined i ... More >>
City Hall politicians want them gone
So here's the deal... well-known, widely respected Los Angeles County Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky is the frontrunner of the 2013 Los Angeles mayoral race. Political pros think he'd win and do a solid job of fixing a broken city; wealthy liberal contributors would love to throw money at him; and nearl ... More >>
Why Schwarzenegger, Bass and Steinberg are grinning.
The ant (L.A. County Board of Supervisors) and the dung beetle (City Hall)
Metro wants to cram 2,000 renters onto land that faces a Chevron oil plant
County employees stole gift vouchers from foster kids. They might not be fired.
Eleven transit honchos were barred from voting due to money conflicts. So they drew straws.
Dr. Garthwaite abandons his five ailing patients
County supervisors must learn when to open the door
Other countries are more generous with home-care workers
One woman's life on General Relief
Private firms derailed in bid to take over county aid program
Supes poised to enact living-wage ordinance — but not for part-timers