City Attorney Carmen Trutanich and his challenger Mike Feuer have been exchanging insults and accusations in their run for LA City Attorney. Today, they appear on "WWLA." …
Historically horizontal, LA is becoming increasingly vertical. We hear from listeners and experts with different opinions about urbanization and the end of sprawl.
Last year's local, state and federal election campaigns cost a record $6 billion. Prop C asks LA voters to send a message to Washington: get big money out of politics.
Whether it's Eric Garcetti or Wendy Greuel, LA's new mayor will have to work with the City Council. Four of the 15 seats are still undecided. We hear about them all.
Attorney Ron Galperin faces off against City Councilman and former policeman Dennis Zine in the race for Los Angeles City Controller. They join us for a debate.
The LAPD and County Sheriff use special cameras to scan the license plates, with drivers unaware they're under surveillance. We hear about a lawsuit to force the issue.
Warren Olney moderates a live debate between Eric Garcetti and Wendy Greuel, candidates for mayor of Los Angeles.
LA voters face three medical marijuana measures with ranging degrees of regulation. Two would impose new taxes. Is it all about medicine or recreational use as well?
If Director Michael Govan has his way, half of LACMA will be replaced by a single structure, to make LA an art center equal to Athens, Paris, Rome or New York.
With an immigration bill headed to the floor of the US Senate, we hear about family unification and the role of organized labor. Also, UCLA's become a smoke-free campus.
Has the State Medical Board failed to act against doctors who prescribed medicines that caused patients to die? Should the AG hold power to investigate doctor misconduct? …
Gov. Brown says he'll battle fellow Democrats if they oppose his bid to provide more money to districts with low-income students and English learners.
If Governor Brown doesn't release another 10,000 inmates from overcrowded state prisons, federal judges are threatening to hold him in contempt of court next week.
Mayor Villaraigosa said Fisker would be part of an electric-car industry centered in Southern California, but Fisker is now on the edge of bankruptcy.
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