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A parent told the L.A. Times, his child required hospitalization after eating a mushroom that was offered to him.
This comes after the death of an 11-year-old boy, who was found dead in his Echo Park home.
'It is impossible to ignore the pervasive problem of homelessness in Los Angeles,' said LAPD Chief Charlie Beck
Rudy Barrera, 23, was fatally stabbed during an argument with his girlfriend's father.
The EHBID has a survey on their website additionally asking for public input.
A Ryu spokesperson said they've heard from locals with complaints from time to time.
The policy maps out the length of time documents and records are to be retained and when they can be destroyed.
Typically, the city erases the hard drives of outgoing elected officials. But due to ongoing lawsuits, did not in LaBonge's case.
The changes would provide service connecting Los Feliz and Silver Lake. The city says the Los Feliz DASH ranks near the bottom in ridership.
Suit alleges city used taxpayer funds to illegally destroy public records.
According to an analysis by the Ledger, in 2015 the city council voted unanimously 99.99032% of the time.
Proposed redesign would require the four crosswalks to the median be removed.
'Historic cultural monuments can still be demolished in the city of L.A.,' said Ken Bernstein of the Los Angeles Office of Historic Resources.
Ackerman founded and edited Famous Monsters of Filmland, a magazine that reportedly inspired such greats as Guillermo del Toro, Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson to become filmmakers.
A more humane community is always a better community.
'We’re losing more affordable rent-stabilized units every year,' said Ryu Field Deputy Catherine Landers.
The FXX comedy You’re The Worst began its third season Wednesday, August 31st.

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Students Sickened by Micheltorena School Garden

A parent told the L.A. Times, his child required hospitalization after eating a mushroom that was offered to him.

“Triangle” Makeover Up for Discussion at LFVBID Tomorrow

The EHBID has a survey on their website additionally asking for public input.

New City Council Document Policy the First in Decades

The policy maps out the length of time documents and records are to be retained and when they can be destroyed.

City Agency to Release Contents of LaBonge Computers

Typically, the city erases the hard drives of outgoing elected officials. But due to ongoing lawsuits, did not in LaBonge's case.

Possible DASH Changes Eliminate Service on Hillhurst Ave

The changes would provide service connecting Los Feliz and Silver Lake. The city says the Los Feliz DASH ranks near the bottom in ridership.

1st Amendment Group Files Lawsuit over LaBonge Destroyed Documents

Suit alleges city used taxpayer funds to illegally destroy public records.

Not Vote Trading But Definitely Something

According to an analysis by the Ledger, in 2015 the city council voted unanimously 99.99032% of the time.

East Hollywood BID Has New Plan for “Triangle”

Proposed redesign would require the four crosswalks to the median be removed.

Historic Status Can’t Save Lytton

'Historic cultural monuments can still be demolished in the city of L.A.,' said Ken Bernstein of the Los Angeles Office of Historic Resources.

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