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An earlier body excluded some properties along major corridors, but another city committee has reinstate them
Recycled plastics and rubber tires will be used
Police say the suspect attacked the woman over 20 times on her head & body after she confirmed she was Korean.
Ryu is still taking feedback, but so far: Yes 77% (533 households) to No 22% (153 households)
The robbery occurred at 9:50 a.m. on March 8th, and an unspecified amount of money was taken.
The mayor stopped by Larchmont Boulevard after the election to chat with constituents.
L.A.'s most controversial ballot measure, which would have halted for two years all development requiring General Plan amendments, did not pass.
Ambroz compared the city's planning commission to having a jury of your peers in a court case.
Of 27,250 cars recorded in an informal survey, 85% traveled over the posted speed limit of 35 miles per hour.
Under state rules, charter schools may petition LAUSD for space on the campuses of other public schools. The district recently suggested 3rd Street in response to such a request.
In what appears to either be wavering on the issue, or perhaps a political insurance measure, Ryu held another community meeting on the issue in February.
Residents say despite attempted 'band-aids,' what is still missing from Ryu’s office is a long-term solution to the Hollywood Sign tourism issue.
Branton was the groundbreaking civil rights lawyer who successfully defended political activist Angela Davis in 1972.
'I feel like it’s a job where you have to listen. It’s not just What’ll you have? It goes beyond that.'
We don’t have to look very far back to discover that being 'conservative' once also involved conserving the environment.
You don’t have to travel all the way to Dublin to celebrate your Irishness this St. Patrick’s Day.

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Miracle Mile Now Poised for Historic Status

An earlier body excluded some properties along major corridors, but another city committee has reinstate them

City to Study Alternate Materials to Fix Broken Sidewalks

Recycled plastics and rubber tires will be used

Attempted Murder Charged: Koreatown Hate Crime

Police say the suspect attacked the woman over 20 times on her head & body after she confirmed she was Korean.

Support Leaning Heavily for Miracle Mile Historic Status

Ryu is still taking feedback, but so far: Yes 77% (533 households) to No 22% (153 households)

Larchmont Bank Robber Still at Large

The robbery occurred at 9:50 a.m. on March 8th, and an unspecified amount of money was taken.

Garcetti Re-Elected in a Landslide

The mayor stopped by Larchmont Boulevard after the election to chat with constituents.

Bungalow Compliance Hearing Delayed Until March

LARCHMONT BOULEVARD—Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Christopher K. Lui delayed to March 23rd a hearing in the ongoing criminal case against the owners of the Larchmont Bungalow café. On February 1st, attorney Richard Hirsch...

L.A.’s Powerful Planning President

Ambroz compared the city's planning commission to having a jury of your peers in a court case.

Highland Avenue Study Delayed

Of 27,250 cars recorded in an informal survey, 85% traveled over the posted speed limit of 35 miles per hour.

Charter at 3rd Street School?

Under state rules, charter schools may petition LAUSD for space on the campuses of other public schools. The district recently suggested 3rd Street in response to such a request.

Ryu Backpedaling on Miracle Mile HPOZ Support?

In what appears to either be wavering on the issue, or perhaps a political insurance measure, Ryu held another community meeting on the issue in February.