Catherine Saillant

Los Angeles Times

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Political reporter for the Los Angeles Times

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Since he won election to the LA City Council, former LAPD Chief Bernard Parks has been a lonely voice as a fiscal watchdog, often opposed to powerful labor unions.

Candidates Vie to Fill Bernard Parks' Seat

Since he won election to the LA City Council, former LAPD Chief Bernard Parks has been a lonely voice as a fiscal watchdog, often opposed to powerful labor unions.

from Which Way, L.A.?

In the primary for termed-out Zev Yaroslavsky on the LA Board of Supervisors, Sheila Keuhl got 36% of the vote, Bobby Shriver 29%, and West Hollywood Councilman John Duran got a…

Shriver Gets Key Endorsement in Supervisor’s Race

In the primary for termed-out Zev Yaroslavsky on the LA Board of Supervisors, Sheila Keuhl got 36% of the vote, Bobby Shriver 29%, and West Hollywood Councilman John Duran got a…

from Which Way, L.A.?

As superior court judge ruled today there's "more than substantial evidence" that Los Angeles City Councilman  Richard Alarcón  and his wife, Flora Montes, committed both perjury and…

Los Angeles City Councilman Charged with Felony Crimes

As superior court judge ruled today there's "more than substantial evidence" that Los Angeles City Councilman Richard Alarcón and his wife, Flora Montes, committed both perjury and…

from Which Way, L.A.?

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