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Villaraigosa urged his successor to try to block a 5.5 percent pay increase for civilian employees.
2 days ago
Villaraigosa is urging his successor to try to block a 5.5 percent pay increase for civilian employees.
13 days ago
Villaraigosa quipped that when he visits South Korea, he is introduced as mayor of that country's seventh-largest city - a reference to the number of Koreans in Los Angeles.
75 days ago
"We are proud of our city's sports heritage and tradition," Villaraigosa wrote to the USOC.
75 days ago
The U.S. Olympic Committee has received a letter from the host of the 1932 and 1984 Games, with Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa putting America's second biggest city in the running to host the 2024...
78 days ago
Angelenos are known to give local politics a collective shrug, and turnout failed to reach 30 percent in Villaraigosa's hotly contested primary in 2005, when he was trying to become the first...
87 days ago
The cries of "Si, se puede," Spanish for "Yes, we can," that followed Villaraigosa's 2005 campaign are long gone, and there is no Hispanic standard-bearer among the five candidates who want his job.
110 days ago
Villaraigosa says in a statement Friday that he's "flattered and humbled" by the speculation, but that he is "firmly committed" to staying in Los Angeles and finishing his term.
128 days ago
Villaraigosa hopes to use his experience in the Golden State and personal background as a farm-labor activist to influence the Obama administration's work on overhauling the nation's immigration...
169 days ago
Los Angeles mayor Antonio Villaraigosa says an agreement has been reached to end an eight-day strike that crippled the nation's largest port complex.