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What L.A. Got Right and What’s Gone Wrong Since the First Safer at Home Order

A year ago Friday Mayor Garcetti issued the city's first Safer at Home order. We look back at the city's successes and failures in the battle against COVID-19
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Councilman and Former LAPD Officer Joe Buscaino Jumps Into the Mayor’s Race

The District 15 rep says he wants to lead Los Angeles through a ‘state of emergency’
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A Year Ago Today, L.A. Began Its Battle Against a Strange, New Threat Called the Coronavirus

On March 4, 2020, Mayor Garcetti declared a local emergency in response to a virus that still seemed like a remote menace. Here's what unfolded over a few crucial days
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Eric Garcetti Said He Wouldn’t Get Vaccinated Before His Age Group Came Up–Until He Did

In December statement, the mayor said would not be “jumping any queue,” but a month later he’s taking heat for accepting a dose
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What Could L.A.’s Dramatic Budget Shortfall Mean for Angelenos?

From a drop in street improvements to a shrunken City Attorney's office, here's the visible impact the COVID crisis could have
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Former Republican Radio Host Kevin James Enters the Race for L.A. City Attorney

The one-time mayoral candidate entered City Hall and changed parties—and now he's aiming even higher
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A Look Back at a Roller Coaster of a Year in L.A. Politics

In 2020, the halls of power were dominated by big fights, big surprises, and the mother of all federal investigations
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Mayor Eric Garcetti Will Co-Chair the Biden Inaugural Committee

The announcement comes as ’Block Garcetti’ protesters continue to demonstrate outside the mayor’s residence
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If the Opportunity Presents Itself, Eric Garcetti May Want to Dash for D.C.

A job in the Biden Administration might offer more upside than being mayor of L.A. But will it happen, protests and all?

What We Know So Far About the LAPD’s Dramatic Cost-Cutting Measures

Facing a $150 million budget cut, the department is preparing to decrease its ranks and disband units that handle things like sex crimes and animal cruelty