Jon Regardie

contributor to LA Magazine, former executive editor of the Los Angeles Downtown News

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Jom Regardie is editor at Los Angeles Downtown News.

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One race for LA City Council is drawing big money and celebrity endorsements.

In LA City Council race, is David Ryu or Nithya Raman more progressive?

One race for LA City Council is drawing big money and celebrity endorsements.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Councilman Jose Huizar pleaded not guilty to 34 criminal counts this week for a corruption scandal that has plagued his office and his constituents for five years.

LA Councilman Jose Huizar pleaded not guilty in corruption case. How are his constituents reacting?

Councilman Jose Huizar pleaded not guilty to 34 criminal counts this week for a corruption scandal that has plagued his office and his constituents for five years.

from Greater LA

In a press conference this morning, U.S.

FBI arrests LA City Councilman Jose Huizar on corruption charges

In a press conference this morning, U.S.

from Greater LA

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