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José Huizar

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Los Angeles City Councilman for the 14th Council District (Boyle Heights, El Sereno, Chinatown, Echo Park, Little Tokyo, Koreatown, Mid-Wilshire, Pico/Union and Downtown LA) and chair of the Council's new ad hoc committee on homelessness

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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.

from There Goes the Neighborhood

Tuesday’s election in Los Angeles gave a big win to Mayor Eric Garcetti and the city council members up for re-election.

LA election: Victory for status quo

Tuesday’s election in Los Angeles gave a big win to Mayor Eric Garcetti and the city council members up for re-election.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

The Sixth Street Bridge is an architectural icon of Los Angeles, and has been filmed in countless movies, TV shows and commercials.

Farewell to a Bridge

The Sixth Street Bridge is an architectural icon of Los Angeles, and has been filmed in countless movies, TV shows and commercials.

from Design and Architecture

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This weekend a massive project begins on the oldest rail line in Los Angeles, the 30 year old Blue Line. The work is sure to disrupt the commutes of thousands of riders.

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Volunteers with L.A.'s annual homeless count are looking for children living in shelters and on the streets.

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Before former Governor Jerry Brown left office, last year, he put his pen to a couple, new transparency laws.  Both have to do with public access to internal police investigations and…

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Alfonso Cuaron’s love letter to the maid who helped raise him struck a chord with American audiences and the Academy. But it has special significance to Angelenos.

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In South LA’s Crenshaw District, a 1.3 mile public art project promises to honor a neighborhood’s history -- and stand against the threat of gentrification, as the train rolls in.

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A landmark bill signed by then-Governor Brown last year is intended to make records of police misconduct available to the public.

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