Gene Maddaus

Variety

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Staff writer for the LA Weekly; former staff writer for the Torrance Daily Breeze

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iHeartRadio is a commercial radio juggernaut. It airs Ryan Seacrest and Rush Limbaugh, owns billboards and hundreds of radio stations. Now it’s facing serious financial problems.

Facing $20 billion debt, could iHeartRadio go bankrupt?

iHeartRadio is a commercial radio juggernaut. It airs Ryan Seacrest and Rush Limbaugh, owns billboards and hundreds of radio stations. Now it’s facing serious financial problems.

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There’s another development measure on the ballot -- but this one is only for Beverly Hills voters.

Beverly Hills' housing ballot measure

There’s another development measure on the ballot -- but this one is only for Beverly Hills voters.

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Mayor Eric Garcetti’s $58 million plan to put body cameras on every police officer by July has fallen apart.

When All of LAPD Get Body Cams, Will There Be More Transparency?

Mayor Eric Garcetti’s $58 million plan to put body cameras on every police officer by July has fallen apart.

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