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LA city firefighter union agrees to delay raises, joining civilian workers in bid to avoid layoffs

A 4.5% pay raise scheduled for Los Angeles city firefighters would be delayed by 18 months, under a tentative labor agreement reached with the city in order to avoid potential layoffs or other cuts due to an anticipated $675 million shortfall in the city budget. The leadership of the United Firefighters of Los Angeles City, which represents more than 3,200 city firefighters, has agreed to defer the raise that was scheduled to begin this summer, for 18 months. This comes after the leadership of t...
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LA city employees agree to delay pay raises – to stave off layoffs and furloughs

Los Angeles city officials and unions representing more than 18,000 city employees have struck a deal on Tuesday, Jan. 12, that would delay pay increases scheduled this year, to avoid layoffs and furloughs for the next five months. The city faces a $675 million shortfall, amid a recession brought on by closures to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. In response, city leaders weighed deep cuts, including hundreds of layoffs. Tuesday’s agreement calls for postponing a pair of 2% raises sc...
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L.A city employees agree to delay pay raises – to stave off layoffs and furloughs

Los Angeles city officials and unions representing more than 18,000 city employees have struck a deal on Tuesday, Jan. 12, that would delay a pay increases scheduled this year, to avoid layoffs and furloughs for the next five months. The city faces a $675 million shortfall, amid a recession brought on by closures to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. In response, city leaders weighed deep cuts, including hundreds of layoffs. Tuesday’s agreement calls for postponing a pair of 2% raises ...
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Garcetti vetoes, sends back LA City Council’s spending plan for reimagining public safety

Mayor Eric Garcetti has vetoed the Los Angeles City Council’s plan for how to reinvest funding from the Los Angeles Police Department into Black communities and other groups experiencing racial inequities, declaring that the proposals fell short of “the call of history.” The council approved a $150 million reduction to the proposed police department budget earlier this year, spurred by the protests against police brutality that swept the nation months — including Los Angeles. The cut represented...
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Layoffs still on table in LA, but City Council aims to find money to ease shortfall

By ERIC HEINZ, City News Service The City Council voted Tuesday, Dec. 8, to move forward with a set of recommendations to try to pull Los Angeles out of a potential $675 million budget shortfall this year, and layoffs of city employees are still on the table. Although the council’s action  did not initiate layoffs, it keeps them under consideration and instructs City Administrative Officer Richard Llewellyn and his staff to look at various ways to keep the city financially stable, including usin...
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Coronavirus has infected 220 LA Police Department staff, 60 Fire Department employees as of Wednesday

A total of 220 members of the Los Angeles Police Department and 60 employees with the  city’s fire department have contracted coronavirus as of Wednesday, June 24, officials said. As many as 113 police staff and 30 members of the fire department have since recovered and returned to duty, Los Angeles Police Officer Tony Im and officials with the city’s Emergency Operations Center said. Most of the currently infected patients were recovering at home, however several police department employees rem...
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Buzz Bands LA Show, today at 11 on Indie FM

I’ll be rockin’ the mic and manning the fort today for Bronson, guest-hosting today’s edition of the Buzz Bands LA Show on The Independent FM. It’s kicking off at 11 a.m. Pacific Standard Time with an eclectic two hours of my favorite Los Angeles tunes of 2017. Click here to stream along live at 11 a.m. PST because it’s cool to live in the now; or, click below and check out the show later wherever you are able to find an internet connection that allows you to do so within the known universe. ...
Tags: Health, Music, Washington, Time, Los Angeles, Radio, Kendrick Lamar, Kelela, Haim, Tyler The Creator, Kamasi Washington, Vince Staples, Thundercat, Phoebe Bridgers, Clara Nova, Alyeska


Kanye West Hospitalized For Psychiatric Evaluation Amid Cancelled Tour & On-Stage Rants

We hope he's okay. On Monday Kanye West was hospitalized in the wake of canceling his Saint Pablo Tour and ranting about supporting Donald Trump, feuding with Beyoncé and Jay Z, and more. Related: Kanye Reportedly Canceled Tour Because He Was Exhausted From Working On Fashion Line A source familiar with the case told NBC News that the Los Angeles Police Department received a request for a medical welfare check on the rapper around 1:20 p.m. PDT. Insiders explained there was no criminal connectio...
Tags: Health, Celebs, Beyonce, Jay Z, Nbc News, Kanye West, Mental Health, Hospital, Scary, Sick, Donald Trump, Lapd, Yeezy, Los Angeles Police Department, UCLA Medical Center, Ivan Nikolov


Law and Disorder: How Police Practices Antagonize

Charlotte. Baton Rouge. Tulsa. Minneapolis. Los Angeles. Ferguson. The violence explodes on your television set. You seethe. “This is 2016 — not 1968. Does the U.S. now stand for ‘Under Siege?”’ you fume. Your anger is righteous. Racism is prevalent in the United States. And, yes, there are racially tinged police officers infecting American police forces. But is your anger misplaced? Amidst the over-the-top headlines and screaming protests, a fundamental question remains: What can be done to s...
Tags: Psychology, General, Law, Los Angeles, Racism, United States, Ford, Portland, Policy and advocacy, Violence, Ferguson, Police Brutality, Portland Oregon, Seattle, Race Relations, Lapd


Los Angeles hospital paid hackers $17,000 ransom in Bitcoins

(Reuters) – The president of Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center said on Wednesday that his hospital paid hackers a ransom of $17,000 in bitcoins to regain control of their computer systems after a cyber attack. Allen Stefanek said in a statement that paying the ransom was the “quickest and most efficient way” of regaining access to the affected systems, which were crippled on Feb. 5 and interfered with hospital staff’s ability to communicate electronically. Stefanek said there was no evidence...
Tags: Health, Security, Business, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Fbi, Bitcoin, Hackers, Reuters, Curtis Skinner, Los Angeles Police Department, Bitcoins, Laura Eimiller, Federal Bureau, Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center, Allen Stefanek



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