Political Reporter, LA Times
latimes.com — Some of the most powerful labor organizations in Los Angeles placed huge bets on mayoral candidate Wendy Greuel that went bust. All their spending and prodigious organization failed to ignite Greuel's campaign and allowed her opponent, Eric Garcetti , to turn the deep pockets against them, persuading many voters that they were trying to buy the election.
latimes.com — In Tornado Alley, Oklahomans count on longtime TV meteorologist Gary England for life-saving information - and entertainment. Two days before the tornado hit, Gary England had an uneasy feeling. The wind patterns emerging over the weekend reminded him of the conditions that unleashed deadly storms in the region on May 3, 1999.
latimes.com — SEATTLE - Dan Sligh was on his way to a camping trip with his wife when he noticed the oversized truck in front of him on Interstate 5. It seemed about four feet too wide on the right side for the bridge they were approaching near Mount Vernon , Wash.
latimes.com — Los Angeles voters took regulation of the city's medical marijuana shops into their own hands Tuesday, embracing a ballot measure to sharply reduce the number of dispensaries in the city. But as in all things related to pot policy, the future of the new law is hazy.
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