Bernard Parks

Los Angeles City Councilman

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The turnout in LA City elections is falling fast—and next month might see the worst ever.

Is There a Cure for LA’s Flaky Voters?

The turnout in LA City elections is falling fast—and next month might see the worst ever.

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Despite the Big One certainly being on the way, California has fallen way behind on the mapping of earthquake faults to prevent new building in the wrong places.

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Despite the Big One certainly being on the way, California has fallen way behind on the mapping of earthquake faults to prevent new building in the wrong places.

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Two years ago, LA Times columnist Steve Lopez reported on Ron Finley, a resident of South Los Angeles.

Can Guerilla Gardeners Transform Food Deserts?

Two years ago, LA Times columnist Steve Lopez reported on Ron Finley, a resident of South Los Angeles.

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