Los Angeles Policy and Updates
Many Angelenos don't pay attention to L.A.'s budget process. Now they might.
A parking bill helps explain why the state Legislature has become, like the L.A. City Council, a place of "perfect little deals."
The footprint of mass transit in the city grows around Culver City and the San Fernando Valley.
The debate about hydraulic fracking has come to Los Angeles.
The former director of the Atlanta-Fulton Public Library has been appointed to be L.A.'s City Librarian -- the highest post of the Los Angeles Public Library -- by Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa.
This week the Los Angeles City Council preliminarily approved new lines for city council districts. So we're almost done drawing new districts, right? Not so fast.