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After several guilty pleas, prosecutors won a conviction in the first trial connected to a wide-ranging corruption scandal that has exposed the dark side of LA politics.

Case against Jose Huizar: ‘Stunning downfall’ of once powerful politician

After several guilty pleas, prosecutors won a conviction in the first trial connected to a wide-ranging corruption scandal that has exposed the dark side of LA politics.

from KCRW Features

More celebrities and prominent figures are starting to donate money to the LA mayoral candidate of their choice. And some of them are willing to spend big.

The rich and famous pick their favorites in LA mayor’s race

More celebrities and prominent figures are starting to donate money to the LA mayoral candidate of their choice. And some of them are willing to spend big.

from KCRW Features

Kick off election season in LA County with a roundtable discussion about the biggest races, what’s at stake, and what to watch in the June 7 primary.

In LA mayoral race, April polls don’t indicate June outcome

Kick off election season in LA County with a roundtable discussion about the biggest races, what’s at stake, and what to watch in the June 7 primary.

from Greater LA

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After years of advocacy by community members and business owners, the Anaheim City Council will consider officially designating Little Arabia.

from KCRW Features

In two drastic financial moves, AMC Theaters announced a new stock to raise money last week, while Regal Cinemas may file for bankruptcy.

from Hollywood Breakdown

Despite crowds, some businesses on the Venice Beach Boardwalk say inflation and the end of stimulus checks mean summer visitors aren’t spending like they used to.

from Greater LA

Ventura’s Petty Ranch has cultivated about 185,000 pounds of avocados so far this year. Mission Produce sorts, packs, and distributes the fruit to retail chains statewide.

from Greater LA

LA is on average more than 4 degrees Fahrenheit hotter than it was in the 19th century.

from Greater LA

Author Zachary Karabell pleads that despite the militaristic noise, China and the U.S. share an economic dependency that would rupture the domestic economy of both nations if severed.

from Scheer Intelligence

Garment workers are getting higher pay thanks to a new 2022 state law — following a long history of wage theft. Organizers are making a national push for laborer protections.

from Greater LA

The new documentary “Mija” follows Doris Anahi Muñoz, the daughter of immigrants, as she makes her own path in the music industry while supporting her family.

from Greater LA

During the D23 Expo, Disney’s CEO Bob Chapek discussed with the press his plans for Hulu and ESPN, as well as the future of an all-in app for the company.

from Hollywood Breakdown