City Council members are framing the approval of digital billboards as a fiscal issue for the city. LAT
Outsiders tried to game the weekend's Eagle Rock Neighborhood Council election over the medical marijuana dispensary issue. LAT
Aaron, Thomas & Associates in Chatsworth is one of the nation's biggest printing companies that specialize in political mailer campaigns. DN
Mayor Villaraigosa will be in New York Tuesday night and has interview appearances scheduled with Chris Matthews on MSNBC's "Hardball," ABC's Dan Harris and Amy Walter and with Neil Cavuto on the Fox Business Network.
Mayoral candidates Eric Garcetti, Wendy Greuel and Jan Perry will hold a public debate on Thursday from 7 to 9 p.m. at the campaign headquarters of the Democratic Party of the San Fernando Valley on Victory Blvd.
A hearing officer Monday concluded that voter fraud occurred in Vernon's June City Council election, throwing out seven of the 64 ballots cast in the race and declaring a new winner. LAT
A new report on hydraulic fracking at the Inglewood Oil Field found that the controversial oil extraction method used at two wells did not have significant effects on the environment or on the health of those living near the 1,200-acre site. LAT
"Hating Breitbart," a feature-length documentary that had exclusive insider access to the late LA conservative activist Andrew Breitbart, opens Friday at the AMC Burbank Town Center 8.
Photographer Jonathan Alcorn got to say, "Professor Shapley, Congratulations, you've won the 2012 Nobel Prize for Economics." Blog
The LA Times posted a nice time-lapse video of its photographers' images from the space shuttle's move. Framework
A former employee of the Bumble Bee seafood processing plant where an employee died last week after he was cooked in an oven said that only "a bad mistake" could have caused the fatal accident. The Santa Fe Springs plant reopened Monday. SGVN
An iconic rock in the same spot on the Whittier College campus for 100 years broke in half Monday while being moved for landscaping purposes. Whittier Daily News
Jennifer A. Watts, curator of photographs at the Huntington, will talk about the new exhibition of Civil War photographs she curated, "A Strange and Fearful Interest: Death, Mourning, and Memory in the American Civil War, at 12:40 on KPCC's "Airtalk" with Larry Mantle.