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    The California Supreme Court has declined to review a lower court ruling in a dispute involving the city and some billboard companies, which may now have to remove some of their video signs.
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    Supervisor Mike Antonovich has asked the county counsel and the county auditor to investigate a contract we featured in our story "Family Ties."
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    Increasingly, people are filing for what’s called “support modification” - which is when parents say they’re facing financial hardship and can’t afford to pay child support.
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    For years, the Los Angeles beachside community of Venice has been a magnet for the so-called "vehicular homeless."
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    Is graffiti vandalism or art?  At the same time as law enforcement imposes harsher penalties on graffiti writers, the fine art world and corporate America are embracing them.
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    In the fourth installment of our investigation, we catch up with Los Angeles Mayor Villaraigosa. You may be surprised to hear how he wants residents to do the job of city employees when it comes to cleaning up the signs of L.A.
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    LAUSD is in the middle of a huge school building boom. Does the Los Angeles Unified School District need the classroom space?
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    Downey Regional Medical Center is a stand-alone community facility, medium-sized, non-profit. What's happening to Downey is typical of health care facilities throughout our region: ten years ago they were one of seven hospitals on what's called "the 105 Freeway axis," but today, that number's down to three.
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    Keith Woodard says he learned the hard way that even a renter can lose a dream home.
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    A third installment on the investigation of the booming billboard business in Los Angeles.
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    Despite being one of the most prepared cities in the world when it comes to earthquakes, LA has one major vulnerability - so-called “killer buildings.”
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    In the second part of our series, we take a look at the issue of digital billboards. We question why leaders approved the installation of 877 digital billboards and whether that's good for Los Angeles.
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    Los Angeles is the billboard capital of the nation, and some say it's an environmental disaster. But city leaders don't seem to be paying much attention.
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    A woman whose house was consumed by wildfires becomes one of California's leading advocates of insurance reform.
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  • Entry
    The California Supreme Court has declined to review a lower court ruling in a dispute involving the city and some billboard companies, which may now have to remove some of their video signs.
  • Entry
    Supervisor Mike Antonovich has asked the county counsel and the county auditor to investigate a contract we featured in our story "Family Ties."
  • Entry
    Increasingly, people are filing for what’s called “support modification” - which is when parents say they’re facing financial hardship and can’t afford to pay child support.
  • Entry
    For years, the Los Angeles beachside community of Venice has been a magnet for the so-called "vehicular homeless."
  • Entry
    Is graffiti vandalism or art?  At the same time as law enforcement imposes harsher penalties on graffiti writers, the fine art world and corporate America are embracing them.
  • Entry
    In the fourth installment of our investigation, we catch up with Los Angeles Mayor Villaraigosa. You may be surprised to hear how he wants residents to do the job of city employees when it comes to cleaning up the signs of L.A.
  • Entry
    LAUSD is in the middle of a huge school building boom. Does the Los Angeles Unified School District need the classroom space?
  • Entry
    Downey Regional Medical Center is a stand-alone community facility, medium-sized, non-profit. What's happening to Downey is typical of health care facilities throughout our region: ten years ago they were one of seven hospitals on what's called "the 105 Freeway axis," but today, that number's down to three.
  • Entry
    Keith Woodard says he learned the hard way that even a renter can lose a dream home.
  • Entry
    A third installment on the investigation of the booming billboard business in Los Angeles.