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LOS ANGELES, CA – On Monday, Los Angeles County Assessor Jeffrey Prang announced the online publication of Los Angeles County’s more than 2.3 million parcel records. Vi(more..)


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Demonstrating its commitment to transparency and innovation, Los Angeles County today launched an Open Data website that gives the public easy, one-stop access to millions of detailed county record(more..)


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(dailynews.com) The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors is expected to vote Tuesday on a proposed $450,000 settlement with a father whose 2-year-old son was killed by the boy’s mother&rsq(more..)


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Reports on incidents of child abuse and child deaths in 2013 released Monday by Los Angeles County officials show that 19 children were killed at the hands of a parent, relative or caregiver, an in(more..)


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SACRAMENTO, CA – Today at 1:30pm, Los Angeles County Assessor Jeffrey Prang will testify before the California State Senate Transportation and Housing Committee on Senate Bil(more..)


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Welcome to Square One. If you have baseball memories at all, you know that this time last year we Southern California major-league fans were on this same Square One with an enormous season spread b(more..)


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Los Angeles (April 13, 2015): Los Angeles County unveiled a balanced budget proposal today for Fiscal Year 2015-16 totaling $26.923 billion, including plans for new positions and funding to further(more..)


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Los Angeles County Mayor Michael D. Antonovich released the following statement on the death of Stan Freberg, an American author, recording artist, and radio personality.

“Freberg was(more..)


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On Thursday, Los Angeles County Assessor Jeffrey Prang announced the hiring of Michael Kapp to his executive team as Public Information Officer. Mr. Kapp will be in charge of all external and inter(more..)


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(latimes.com) The movement to substantially increase the local minimum wage won a significant boost Tuesday when the county Board of Supervisors voted to follow the city of Los Angeles in studying (more..)