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Calif. pension fund to examine Goldman Sach's corporate practices in wake of civil charges

Associated Press

The chief investment officer of California's giant pension fund said Monday he is disturbed by the allegations of wrongdoing against investment firm Goldman Sachs.

Early release of state's prisoners is unconstitutional

San Bernardino Sun

James Madison wrote in The Federalist #51 that if people "were angels, no government would be necessary."

LAPD: Business dispute led to LA synagogue attack

Associated Press

The shooting of two men at a North Hollywood synagogue last year was prompted by a business dispute, an official said Monday.

U.S. Supreme Court may rule against California police officers and privacy in suit over reading of racy text messages

Associated Press

The Supreme Court appears likely to rule against public employees who claimed a local government violated their privacy by reading racy text messages they sent on their employers' account.

Villaraigosa backtracks on gloom and doom over budget

LA Times

Despite predictions of 4,000 layoffs, mayor says no more than 750 may lose jobs in the next fiscal year.

Daryl Gates: The star of his own police show

LA Times

The chief with the Hollywood looks led the department through dramatic times.

The Los Angeles Times smears memory of former LAPD Chief Gates

Pajamas Media

An alternative perspective to the paper's shameful and unfairly dismissive characterization of the late Daryl Gates's life and his dedication to L.A.

LA's ex-gangsters train to go against gang life

Associated Press

The phone rang around 2 a.m., waking Teeida Townsend. "My homie got killed," the caller said.

White supremacist rally at L.A. City Hall draws violent counter-protest

LA Times

Two men are beaten by mobs of counter-protesters, and five are arrested for throwing objects at the neo-Nazis and their police escorts.

Daryl F. Gates dies at 83; innovative but controversial chief of the LAPD

LA Times

Gates, who led the department for 14 years, was in charge at the time of the 1991 beating of Rodney King and the riots that followed. He also instituted SWAT teams and implemented anti-drug programs.

Man gets life in slaying of LAPD detective's son

Daily Breeze

A 20-year-old man convicted of murdering the 18-year- old son of a Los Angeles Police Department Robbery-Homicide detective was sentenced today to a no-parole life prison term.

L.A. Cops Hindered by Ridiculous Overtime Rules

Pajamas Media

Violent crime is rising while the city's budget crunch prevents the police from devoting the hours necessary to solving cases.

A conversation with Daryl F. Gates

LA Times

The former chief speaks out on officers, their city and diversity.

Unions offer plan to avoid layoffs of L.A. city workers

LA Times

The proposal would erase the budget gap, labor leaders say, in part by freezing LAPD hiring. City officials call the plan unrealistic.

LAPD teen conference battles intolerance, gang influence

Torrance Daily Breeze

Jake Tedesco was a little hesitant when his principal volunteered him to attend a police-sponsored youth leadership conference in San Pedro on Thursday.

Police officers join Mothers of Crime Victims to rally against LAPD budget cuts

Business Wire

Mothers of crime victims and representatives of victims’ rights organizations across the Southland will rally in front of City Hall to protest a recent round of Los Angeles Police Department budget cuts, critically endangering homicide investigations.

State searching for 500 unsupervised parolees

ABC-7

Lawmakers eliminated parole for some prisoners to save millions of dollars, but hundreds of high-risk inmates were released without supervision, apparently by mistake.

Villaraigosa to endorse San Francisco D.A. Kamala Harris in attorney general race

LA Times blog

Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa is expected to announce his endorsement Friday in the California attorney general race, and it’s not going to be former L.A. city attorney and fellow Democrat Rocky Delgadillo.

State bill would end open-carry gun rights

San Diego Union-Tribune

Saldaña says measure is motivated by protests

Measure to increase peace officer safety earns key committee approval

California Chronicle

Senator Bob Huff (R – Diamond Bar) announced that Senate Bill 938, sponsored by the Los Angeles County Sheriff´s Department, received unanimous bi-partisan support and passed out of the Senate Public Safety Committee.

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