The sale of Cindy Allen’s firm remains clouded in uncertainties. The buyer acknowledges that he has failed to follow through on financial commitments and Allen says she may need to hire a lawyer to sort out the mess.
Newsom took the unusual step of devoting most of his State of the State speech to just two related issues: affordable housing shortfalls and homelessness.
The bill would require corporations to build, manage and finance waste recycling systems.
Other colleagues of Al Austin described him as one of the most respectful councilman they’ve worked with. The dispute stems in part from Austin’s vote on hotel worker protections.
Word inside the Beltway has it that Biden is offering Garcia a “large amount” of money, “for the love of God,” to switch his allegiance to Sen. Elizabeth Warren.
Seven candidates vying to represent Downtown Long Beach on the City Council answered questions on housing, homelessness and the Broadway Corridor Thursday night.
The city’s Ethics Commission was brought to life a year and a half ago, yet only held its second meeting this week. Also, our hearts are filled by a huge gift from Twitter.
All seven candidates vying for the Downtown-area seat in the March 3 election have agreed to participate in the forum on Thursday, Jan. 30.
An American flag at the State of the City contained too many stars—Also: a possible sign-stealing controversy, an interesting endorsement and staff pick and a rendezvous with Uncle Joe.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom wants to give $20,000 stipends to teachers at high needs schools and extend health care to older low-income immigrants who are in the country illegally. He outlined the plans during an announcement Friday of his $222 billion budget proposal.