Inglewood voters may decide whether an NFL stadium should be built in their city as soon as this June. Despite complaints about noise, traffic and the environment, it took just three weeks to gather more than twice the signatures needed to qualify for the ballot. That doesn't mean it's not highly contentious.
Also, if political gerrymandering makes a comeback in Arizona, could it happen here? Three former California governors weigh in.
Photo: (L-R) Former Inglewood Mayor Roosevelt Dorn and current Mayor James T. Butts at the Hollywood Park groundbreaking ceremony