Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti toasts the Stanley Cup champion Kings in front of a raucous crowd at Staples Center.
L.A. Councilman Eric Garcetti will face Controller Wendy Greuel in a runoff after finishing as the top two vote-getters in yesterday's election. He joins Jacob live. Here he shares his views on the LAPD.
A few days after Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti signaled his support of a state bill that would allow limited use of drone technology by law enforcement agencies, a community group was planning to protest at City Hall Monday in opposition to what it called the 'militarization' of the police.
Los Angeles City Council President, Eric Garcetti vowed today to use any means necessary to find the Goldstar National Nutcracker Award, “The Nutty,” and the person responsible for its disappearance late last week.
On December 9th, a lone thief broke into the Pasadena-based Goldstar offices and stole “The Nutty.” Surveillance video, released earlier today, shows the perpetrator overtaking two highly-trained security professionals in his quest for the gold statue. Neither guard was reported injured in the incident.
In a stern video statement, Los Angeles City Council President Eric Garcetti warns the subject, “Don’t make this ugly. Turn yourself in now.” He also cautioned, “Angelenos reject Grinch attitude, Grinch ways, and the spreading of Grinchness around.”
Meanwhile, from his vacation home in Whoville, Goldstar CEO Jim McCarthy assured the public that the Third-Annual Goldstar National Nutcracker Award will go on as scheduled with the winner being announced on December 22nd.
The Goldstar National Nutcracker Award annually honors the best loved Nutcracker production throughout the land as voted by Goldstar members. The statue stands two feet tall and weighs 3 pounds. www.goldstar.com/nutty
Authorities warn the public to use extreme caution – the suspect is considered hairy-armed and dangerously charming.
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