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One by one, a parade of Owens Valley residents rose at a public hearing Tuesday to assail the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power's plan to meet its renewable energy goals by covering 2 square miles of high desert with 1 million solar panels. "
Oli Scarff/Getty Images Expect triumphant headlines for the latest employment figureson Wednesday. More people will be in work, which is good news: far better to have half a job than no job at all. But the last three-monthly figures showed that all
Speaking at the California Science Center in South Los Angeles, Garcetti spelled out in detail his "back to basics" agenda, which focuses on public safety, economic prosperity, quality of life and a well-run city government. He did not always provide
Nothing not one of his programmes has worked as planned.' Photograph: Dave Thompson/PA She calls it: "Heartbreaking, truly astonishing, I've never seen anything like this." Emma Cross is a senior Macmillan Cancer Support benefits adviser, and she
Jeff Overs/BBC/PA Ministers have been forced to intervene and deploy civil servants to shore up a private company struggling to clear a backlog of medical assessments for payments to tens of thousands of terminally ill, sick and disabled people.
Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge James Chalfant ruled that Galperin has every right to issue subpoenas and audit two nonprofit trusts under the joint control of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power and D'Arcy, who has refused to
A woman with a history of depression took her own life because her benefits were cut following an Atos capability assessment, a mental health watchdog has said. The woman in her fifties had been experiencing both mental and physical health issues and
A Los Angeles County judge signaled Tuesday that Department of Water and Power union chief Brian D'Arcy will have to turn over records showing how two nonprofit trusts he co-directs used $40 million in ratepayer money. D'Arcy has been locked in a
Before she even started as general manager of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, Marcie Edwards was asked by a city councilman how long she planned to stick around in a job that came with "a certain amount of abuse." "I'm OK with getting
An employment website launched by the Government that became a magnet for fake job adverts and identity thieves is to be scrapped, it has been claimed. Universal Jobmatch is facing the axe when its contract is renewed in two years' time.. It was