City Editor, LA Times
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latimes.com — Before a throng of office workers and scruffy-faced hipsters, Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa on Monday opened Spring Street Park in the heart of the city’s rapidly evolving downtown, telling the crowd that there were more parks to come, including the conversion of a coveted 2-acre parcel across from City Hall.
latimes.com — When Quinn Doan from the Hong Kong tourism board asked me if I could show a few chefs around the San Gabriel Valley last week, it may have taken me all of a second and a half to agree.
latimes.com — Los Angeles Mayor-elect Eric Garcetti has named a former community organizer as the first hire of his new administration, designating longtime council aide Ana Guerrero as his chief of staff. Guerrero, 42, has been working for Garcetti since 2001, serving first as his organizing director and the last five years as his chief of staff.
latimes.com — A former USC professor was named Monday to the FBI's Ten Most Wanted fugitives list after he was indicted for sex crimes against children abroad, FBI officials said. Walter Lee Williams became the 500th person to make the FBI's top list, officials said.
cleveland.com — There is little connection between how much money Ohio teachers make and how much knowledge they impart to students over the course of a single year,according to a StateImpact Ohio/Plain Dealer analysis of a new measure of teacher performance.
latimes.com — A woman stabbed to death trying to flee her husband in a quiet suburban neighborhood gave chilling accounts of harassment, threats and her fears, according to documents filed in her divorce case.
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