Joe Buscaino

Los Angeles City councilman

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Los Angeles City councilman; 15-year veteran with the Los Angeles Police Department and a lifetime resident of San Pedro, which is part of the 15th District

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The   Los Angeles Board of Harbor Commissioners voted 3-2 to approve more automation at the ports of LA and Long Beach. Union workers who fear robots will take their jobs are upset.

Harbor commissioners vote to automate the Port of LA

The Los Angeles Board of Harbor Commissioners voted 3-2 to approve more automation at the ports of LA and Long Beach. Union workers who fear robots will take their jobs are upset.

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Saul Gonzalez hosts a live panel discussion about what happens as many working-class areas in Los Angeles gentrify and housing costs rise.

There Goes the Neighborhood LIVE: Who Benefits When a Neighborhood Improves?

Saul Gonzalez hosts a live panel discussion about what happens as many working-class areas in Los Angeles gentrify and housing costs rise.

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Homeless encampments in L.A. have almost doubled in the past two years, according to the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority.

L.A. Tries a New Tactic for Homeless Encampments

Homeless encampments in L.A. have almost doubled in the past two years, according to the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority.

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