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Deadly night in San Fernando Valley: 2 killed, 8 hurt in 6 shootings

LA Times

Five shootings that left two dead and eight wounded in the San Fernando Valley on Tuesday night appear to be unrelated, Los Angeles Police Department officials said Wednesday.

Homicide Rewards

LAPD.com

Rewards totaling $10,000 were offered today for information that helps investigators solve two double killings in the South Los Angeles area five years ago that police say are linked to one another.

Council Signs Off on $7 Billion Budget

KTLA.com - Where LA Lives.

The L.A. City Council signed off today on a $7.01 billion budget that includes higher fees for trash collection, parking fines and recreational activities, while setting aside funds to increase the size of the city's police and fire departments.

Steve Cooley makes his case for third term as L.A. County D.A.

LA Times

Even though he once said two terms was enough, the top prosecutor now says he has new goals. He has gained many admirers and a few detractors during his tenure.

Six arroyo museums to offer a free visit to L.A.'s past

LA Times

An incubator of the late 19th century Arts and Crafts Movement, the area of northeast Los Angeles along the Arroyo Seco (a tributary of the Los Angeles River) once boasted dense groves of sycamore trees and a diverse array of native California plants -- a verdant landscape that was manna for bohemian artists and leisure-mongering socialites alike.

Investigation: LAPD Gang Officers Question Who Got Them Off Their Beat

My Fox - LA

Backed by the Police Protective League, two officers say City Councilwoman Janice Hahn and department brass forced them out after listening to the wrong people... gang members

Time to End the Consent Decree

The LAPD has been under the federal Consent Decree for six years now, and has performed remarkably. We are in substantial compliance with almost all of the requirements. However, the Department still has many officers who are consumed with the minutiae of auditing and auditing and auditing.

Sheriff Baca's Letter Regarding Financial Disclosure

Read Sheriff Baca's letter expressing his concern for the current proposal to require financial disclosures by gang and narcotic's officers who work for the Los Angeles Police Department.

DA Steve Cooley's Letter Regarding Financial Disclosure

Read DA Steve Cooley's letter expressing his concern for the current proposal to require financial disclosures by gang and narcotic's officers who work for the Los Angeles Police Department.

Council delays LAPD disclosure rule

The City Council overrules the civilian Police Commission, which hopes to implement a plan to require anti-gang and narcotics officers to detail their personal finances.

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