David Zahniser

Los Angeles Times

Guest

Staff writer for the Los Angeles Times covering City Hall; former staff writer for the LA Weekly

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Trouble’s been brewing at the LAPD ever since the protests over the summer, when officers were accused of using excessive force against peaceful protesters.

Discontent brews among rank-and-file officers as LAPD rejects meeting with City Hall over budget

Trouble’s been brewing at the LAPD ever since the protests over the summer, when officers were accused of using excessive force against peaceful protesters.

from Greater LA

A few years back, developers had an idea: Take a piece of land south of the 10 freeway that was occupied by a radio station cluster, and build a 30-story, fancy glass residential…

South LA has a new luxury tower with $3100 rents. Why are there no affordable units?

A few years back, developers had an idea: Take a piece of land south of the 10 freeway that was occupied by a radio station cluster, and build a 30-story, fancy glass residential…

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Three LA City Council members are calling for local elections get fully financed with taxpayer money.

The push to publicly finance LA elections

Three LA City Council members are calling for local elections get fully financed with taxpayer money.

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