Robert Greene

Los Angeles Times

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More than 400 judges sit on the bench in the Los Angeles County Superior Court system.

You Be the Judge

More than 400 judges sit on the bench in the Los Angeles County Superior Court system.

from Olney in L.A.

To succeed  Bill Bratton , Mayor Antonio Villagraigosa  has picked Charlie Beck  as the next Chief of the LAPD.  He's 56 and currently  Deputy Chief  in charge of Detectives.

LA Gets a New Police Chief

To succeed Bill Bratton , Mayor Antonio Villagraigosa has picked Charlie Beck as the next Chief of the LAPD.  He's 56 and currently Deputy Chief in charge of Detectives.

from Which Way, L.A.?

Proposition 8  appears to have passed, but same-sex marriage is already making its way back to the courts.

State and Local Election Results

Proposition 8 appears to have passed, but same-sex marriage is already making its way back to the courts.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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Two years after they fought for the right to live in vacant, state-owned houses in El Sereno, a group of activists are facing eviction. They hope to stay in the houses for good.

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California is spending billions revamping traditional public schools as community schools, which offer families more support.

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The Hollywood Forever cemetery held its annual Dia de los Muertos celebration on Saturday. The event features altars that must be built in 24 hours.

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Joe Mathews will eat a slice of chocolate pie this Thanksgiving in honor of his great-aunt Fern, who changed his family through her career as a teacher.

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Restaurant and coffee shop owners are aware they are often seen as gentrifiers. Some are taking steps to avoid behaviors that can accelerate displacement.

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Voting early, in person, by mail, or a dropbox are overseen by registrars. These officials are facing lies and conspiracies about voter fraud, plus safety threats.

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