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City will contribute $500,000 towards purchasing the privately owned property.
Could cost as much as $1.87 billion over the next 10 years.
City Clerk Holly Wolcott should step down.
The 22-weekend Purple Line construction closure is expected to begin in June.
Check for updates on this story as we continue to review the salvaged documents.
Salvaged documents available for public inspection.
A win for all but other approvals are still needed.
A judge heard arguments on separate motions to invalidate sale to Hollister.
Chef Ivan Harrison is 'offal' good at making haggis.
Assemblymember denied comment citing ongoing police investigation
Family seeks damages in fraud suit.
Paid parking and shuttles among proposed changes.
The house has receive a prestigious UNESCO World Heritage List nomination.
Option meant to increase voter turnout.
Games will be played every Tuesday for 10 weeks at the Echo Park Community Center.
Russell Bungalow landmark decision due prior to zoning hearing.
Lovers of running take to the streets Valentine’s Day

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Red Car Property to Become Wildlife Reserve

City will contribute 0,000 towards purchasing the privately owned property.

City Council Approves $100 Million Homeless Plan

Could cost as much as .87 billion over the next 10 years.

[EDITORIAL] Independent Investigation Needed

City Clerk Holly Wolcott should step down.

Wilshire Purple Line Closure: Weekends Only

The 22-weekend Purple Line construction closure is expected to begin in June.

CORRECTION: Expert Says: LaBonge & City May Have Violated State Law

Salvaged documents available for public inspection.

City Reaches Tentative Settlement: Baseball Field for Griffith Park

A win for all but other approvals are still needed.

Gatto’s Daughter Married The Day He Was Murdered

Assemblymember denied comment citing ongoing police investigation

At Least 113 Boxes Ordered Destroyed by LaBonge

Some documents have been at the Los Angeles City Attorney's office since July.

Disneys Go After Camelot

Family seeks damages in fraud suit.

Ballfields Lawsuit in 9th Inning?

Proponents of the ballfields have said Griffith Park is lacking in recreational space.

Traffic Plan to Bring Change to Griffith Park

Paid parking and shuttles among proposed changes.

New Development Could Hurt Hollyhock Heritage Status

The house has receive a prestigious UNESCO World Heritage List nomination.

Silver Lake One of Few For Online Voting

Option meant to increase voter turnout.

Some Say It’s Paradise – Others, a Parking Lot

Russell Bungalow landmark decision due prior to zoning hearing.

I ❤ the L.A. Marathon

Lovers of running take to the streets Valentine’s Day

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