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June 27, 2008 | Phil Willon, Times Staff Writer
Los Angeles Controller Laura Chick on Thursday subpoenaed records from City Atty. Rocky Delgadillo's workers' compensation division, the latest salvo in an escalating power struggle between two citywide elected officials.
May 6, 2008 | Andrew Blankstein, Times Staff Writer
A Los Angeles Fire Department assistant chief, his wife and their son were charged Monday with allegedly trying to cover up a hit-and-run crash. Assistant Chief Robert Franco, 52, and his wife, Gerri Franco, 48, were charged with one misdemeanor count each of conspiracy, giving false information to an officer and obstructing an investigation involving their 19-year-old son.
March 11, 2008 | John L. Mitchell, Times Staff Writer
When it came time to make his endorsement in the hot race to succeed Los Angeles County Supervisor Yvonne B. Burke, Sheriff Lee Baca didn't pick just one candidate to fill the 2nd District seat. He picked two. His selection of both state Sen. Mark Ridley-Thomas (D-Los Angeles) and Los Angeles City Councilman Bernard C. Parks -- widely considered the two leading contenders -- was not a matter of hedging his bet in the June 3 race, a Baca spokesman said.
February 21, 2008 | Lisa Girion, Times Staff Writer
One of the state's largest insurers, Health Net Inc. of Woodland Hills, sold individual policies with the promise of medical coverage while engaging in a secret and illegal scheme to drop patients if they needed expensive treatment, the Los Angeles city attorney contended in a lawsuit filed Wednesday.
July 11, 2007 | Matt Lait, Times Staff Writer
Los Angeles City Atty. Rocky Delgadillo, who has come under fire for using city resources for personal reasons, was served with a recall notice Tuesday. Delgadillo has 14 days in which to respond to the papers, which were delivered to his office by Andrew Ahlering, a former county employee who is leading the effort.
June 15, 2007 | Matt Lait, Times Staff Writer
Amid a swirl of television cameras and persistent reporters, Los Angeles City Atty. Rocky Delgadillo on Thursday continued to duck questions about who was driving his city-owned vehicle when it was damaged in a 2004 accident and repaired at taxpayer expense. At a news conference promoting his work with at-risk youths, Delgadillo repeatedly refused to identify who was responsible for the accident or discuss other controversies involving his office.
November 14, 2006 | Stuart Silverstein, Times Staff Writer
Los Angeles appeared to win a round Monday in its legal battle to keep dumping 250,000 tons of sewage sludge every year on farmland near Bakersfield. U.S. District Judge Gary Feess said he planned to issue a written ruling within a few days granting a preliminary injunction in favor of the city and its co-plaintiffs, including the sanitation districts for Los Angeles and Orange counties.
February 3, 2006 | Steve Hymon, Times Staff Writer
Los Angeles Councilman Jack Weiss confirmed Thursday that he intends to run for city attorney in 2007 if incumbent City Atty. Rocky Delgadillo makes a successful bid in November to become the next state attorney general. If Delgadillo wins, Weiss said he would run for city attorney in a special election that would presumably be next year. If Delgadillo loses, Weiss said he would run in 2009 when Delgadillo is termed out of office.
January 27, 2006 | Noam N. Levey, Times Staff Writer
Los Angeles city attorney and attorney general candidate Rocky Delgadillo, who oversees millions of dollars the city pays private law firms, can't document why his office selected many firms, according to a highly critical state audit released Thursday. The auditors also found large accounting errors in the city's calculation of how much it has paid law firms, which Los Angeles often hires to handle complex legal matters.
June 17, 2005 | Caitlin Liu, Times Staff Writer
Three high-ranking officials at the Los Angeles city attorney's office are resigning, the latest in a wave of management turnovers as Rocky Delgadillo enters his second term. With Delgadillo exploring a run for state attorney general, some of the marquee legal names he brought in to improve the luster of the office are pursuing more lucrative job opportunities elsewhere. They include Terree Bowers, a former U.S. attorney who has been serving as Delgadillo's chief deputy in charge of the office.
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