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DWP Lays Out Proposed Rate Hike

Los Angeles water and power users would see their rates increase 2.4 percent to 5.4 percent annually for five years under a proposal unveiled by Department of Water... Read more »

Ringo Shines ‘Peace & Love’ On Hollywood

Former Beatle’s drummer Ringo Starr celebrated his 75th birthday with the help of a few hundred fans in front of the landmark Capitol Records tower in Hollywood... Read more »

MLK Hospital Leaves Troubled Past Behind

The long-awaited Martin Luther King Jr. Community Hospital opened its doors Tuesday, offering medical care to an area that has been without a full-service medical... Read more »

State GOP Leader Backs Confederate Flag Ban

A bill that would prohibit all public schools, buildings, parks, roadways and other state-owned property from using names associated with the Confederate States... Read more »

Mayor Garcetti Urges Angelenos to Sign Petition Backing Obama on Immigration

Mayor Eric Garcetti Tuesday was soliciting signatures from Angelenos to support President Barack Obama’s executive actions that would put deportations on hold... Read more »

LADWP Customers Reduce Water Use

Los Angeles Department of Water and Power customers reduced their water use by 18 percent in May, compared to the same month two years ago, according to figures... Read more »

Jury Awards Fired Alcoa Worker $1.5M

Alcoa Inc. was ordered to pay $1.5 million to a West Covina man who said he was fired instead of given a chance to take other available jobs when he returned from... Read more »

American Apparel to Cut Jobs

Downtown Los Angeles-based American Apparel Inc. announced Monday it will cut jobs and close stores as part of a restructuring plan to cut cuts by about $30 million... Read more »

Metropolitan Water District Halts Turf Rebate

With demand soaring due to the ongoing drought, the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California announced Tuesday it will stop accepting rebate applications... Read more »

Summer Night Lights: Alternative to Trouble

When the temperature rises and school is out, young people in neighborhoods with few resources and activities to keep them busy are at a higher risk of getting into... Read more »

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