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  • Mayoral aide was with official targeted in child endangerment probe

     
    An employee of Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa told police that she and city commissioner Andrea Alarcon were at a downtown hotel on the night Alarcon’s 11-year-old daughter was found unattended at City Hall, sources told The Times....
  • Report: Counties kick arse at ethics reform

     
    TALLAHASSEE — With Florida legislative leaders promising another sweeping round of ethics reform, a research group has taken a snapshot of counties' efforts to clean up their own collective acts. The results: Not too shabby. Florida State...
  • Candlelight vigil to stop violence in Puerto Rico, Central Florida

     
    The Puerto Rican Leadership Council,  Central Florida community activists and faith-based organizations will “Shine a Light on Crime and Violence in Puerto Rico, Central Florida, and the Nation”  by holding a candlelight vigil tonite. Several ...
  • Santa Monica reconsiders trailer park demolition

     
    Santa Monica residents protesting the eviction of dozens of trailer park tenants won a victory Tuesday when the City Council voted to rescind its previous approval of a massive development agreement. In an unusual move, the council, with two new......
  • Randolph throws support to Tant in Democratic state chair race

     
    Orange County Tax Collector-Elect Scott Randolph today officially threw his support behind Allison Tant to succeed state Democratic Party Chairman Rod Smith. The former state lawmaker had been a strong contender for the post himself, but after winning the...
  • Supervisors may cut off Assessor John Noguez’s $197,000 salary

     
    The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors will meet behind closed doors today to discuss cutting off the $197,000 salary of Assessor John Noguez, who has been receiving his paychecks in jail....
  • Challenge to San Bernardino's bankruptcy to be argued in court

     
    San Bernardino officials will be in federal Bankruptcy Court on Friday morning to rebut efforts by CalPERS, the state retirement system, and other creditors to challenge the city’s filing for bankruptcy protection. San Bernardino stopped making...
  • D.A. sends Andrea Alarcon child investigation case to Trutanich

     
    Prosecutors in L.A. County Dist. Atty. Jackie Lacey's office concluded that the child endangerment investigation focusing on city commissioner Andrea Alarcon does not rise to the level of felony charges -- but should be sent to the city attorney's...
  • Corbett defends donor-funded vacation to Rhode Island.

     
    Gov. Tom Corbett on Thursday defended his decision to let a businessman and campaign donor with ties to the Marcellus shale industry cover his and First Lady Susan Corbett's travel costs on a vacation to Rhode Island last year. In......
  • 2 former Cudahy officials to be sentenced in $17,000 bribery case

     
    Two former officials in the city of Cudahy in southeast Los Angeles County will be sentenced in federal court Monday for taking a total of $17,000 in bribes from a man who wanted to open a medical marijuana dispensary. The......
  • Allentown to create national council on gas pipeline safety

     
    In the wake of a gas line explosion that killed five Allentown residents, city officials have been awarded a $50,000 grant to improve gas detection technology in the city and to general national awareness on the issue. The grant, which was awarded by...
  • Alleged maternity hotel in Chino Hills shuts down

     
    An alleged maternity hotel operating out of a hilltop mansion in Chino Hills has apparently shut down after city officials obtained a temporary restraining order against its owners. The hotel allegedly housed women from China who traveled to California...