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Daily Brief Aug 15 2022

Daily Brief: New Study Warns of Mega-floods In California

Also, the 6th Street Viaduct has become an instant symbol of LA, for better and for worse.

The 6th Street Viaduct’s Very Weird Debut Begs Questions About Its Future

Cityside Column: Despite some dangerous antics and errant ideas, the city has a wonderful new attraction

Daily Brief: Mayoral Candidate Karen Bass Wins The Summer

Also, Dr. Sehaj Grewal, who is also known as The Melrose Vet, has decided to lend his time and resources to help homeless animals.

How Karen Bass Won the Summer

Cityside Column: The Congressional rep’s busy-bee schedule has earned a lot of headlines, while Rick Caruso has been generally quiet

District 10 Hurled Back In Time as Political Battle Royale Intensifies

Cityside Column: District 10 suffers, again, after a legal ruling as the fight over Councilman Mark Ridley-Thomas 's seat continues
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Faisal Gill and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

Cityside Column: The City Attorney candidate finished first in the June primary, but is taking heat from Karen Bass, Rick Caruso and the County Democratic Party

Gavin Newsom Is Running for President—Just Don’t Ask Him About It

Cityside Column: TV ads and speeches make the governor’s ambitions apparent, but right now it’s all about plausible deniability

Six Ways Karen Bass and Rick Caruso Can Win L.A.’s Mayoral Race

Cityside Column: The candidates advanced to the runoff but each needs to step up their game.

Conviction of Developer May Mean Bad News for City Councilman’s Corruption Trial

Cityside Column: The challenge grows for José Huizar, who is accused of bribery and racketeering and goes to trial in February.

L.A. City Council’s Paul Krekorian Delivers Epic Rant On Progressive Candidates

Cityside Column: The veteran council member and budget expert responds to a shift in the political landscape.