Gary catches up with Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren in Glendale.
Kitty Felde: Don't be too embarrassed, Los Angeles. City Hall isn't the only political palace overrun by rodents.
Former school board member Jackie Goldberg wants to return to elected office.
Joel Bellman: We laugh at the comically deranged LaRouche because "it can't happen here." It already has.
Mayor Eric Garcetti's press conference announcing his decision not to upgrade three natural gas-burning power plants the city operates along the coast.
The Secretary of State for President Bill Clinton was in Culver City.
Joel Bellman: The recent media blowup over the Covington Catholic kids and the tribal drummer at the Lincoln Memorial may have been too much ado, but it was about something.
Careful Herb Wesson won't say much about the federal investigation of LA city hall.
A UTLA rally downtown during the run-up to the teachers strike.
No matter how the dispute between the teachers union and the Los Angeles school district ends, poverty, the root cause of failure in L.A. schools, won't go away.
The Times also named the editor who will oversee presidential campaign coverage and hired LZ Granderson, formerly of ESPN, as a hybrid sports and culture columnist.
The Los Angeles City Council's Planning and Land Use Management Committee is known for short as the PLUM committee. PLUM is perfectly descriptive.
Gov. Jerry Brown's pardon of former State Sen. Rod Wright focuses attention on one our most useless laws, the one imposing residency requirements on elected lawmakers.
The former Los Angeles County labor leader celebrated her election to the state Senate.
Wednesday night, the downtown central library continued its community involvement with a deep dive into one of the most important aspects of civic life--the courts. It was serious and detailed.
A Change.org petition by Rob Eshman asks Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti to make it happen.
Joel Bellman: I've been asking myself that question after attending not one, but two civic conversations this month dealing with the future of cities.
"It's about equity. It's about opportunity," City Councilman David Ryu told the Los Angeles Current Affairs Forum.
UCLA report convincingly links rent increases and the housing shortage to the homelessness which afflicts the LA area today.
Joel Bellman: My male students tend to write about their insecurities around a loss of power; Women, the terror of a sexual assault or domestic violence.
City Hall protest of people and groups opposed to Trump Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
The San Francisco state senator who wants to build more tall buildings around rail stations and bus stops will have to come up with new legislation that is more politically acceptable to cities and suspicious neighborhood groups, says Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon.
Cities again barred from prosecuting the homeless. Hands across the aisle at USC. Much more.
Joel Bellman: As disappointing as "BlacKKKlansman" was, it triggered my curiosity about other films prominently featuring Klan storylines. There I discovered some interesting things.
Disney Hall and many of downtown L.A.'s new restaurants and bars are excellent. But the media shouldn't ignore the dry business done elsewhere.
Los Angeles County Supervisor Hilda Solis agrees with critics of the Los Angeles County Homeless Services Authority.
"There are people who shoot up and there are people who are mentally ill," said Koreatown activist and attorney Grace Yoo. "How do we ensure the safety for the homeless and the people nearby?"
Murray Fromson obits, the new police chief, slow-walking the LAT sale, media notes, selected tweets and more.
Joel Bellman: Are Democrats about to torch themselves yet again? It could happen.
The LAT also loses sports reporter Lindsey Thiry to ESPN and previously lost White House correspondent Brian Bennett to Time.
Fox 11 morning anchor Elex Michaelson will host the 10:30 p.m. show.
Deborah Flint and Phil Washington could probably walk through L.A. without being recognized by most people. But this crowd knew who they were.
Christopher Hawthorne, the former Times architecture columnist, attends his first state of the city speech as a member of the Garcetti Administration.
The mayor has now been to the four early nominating states for the 2020 presidential election. But Monday it's a speech in Los Angeles.
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Father and daughterMayor Eric Garcetti and his daughter, Maya, at Gary Leonard's gallery.
Republicans for VoldemortSpotted near the Malibu civic center. Veronique de Turenne
LaBonge signs offTom LaBonge's final moments at the City Council horseshoe (with Gary Leonard in the background.) Photo: Branimir Kvartuc.
Villaraigosa's new cribFormer mayor buys a $2.5 million contemporary in Beachwood Canyon.