Monday, December 10

Proposition HHH, a November ballot measure, would build 10,000 units for homeless individuals in Los Angeles over the next 10 years. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Proposition HHH puts housing projects for homeless on November ballot

Los Angeles residents will be able to vote in November on a measure that would build 10,000 housing units over 10 years for homeless individuals. Proposition HHH would lend $1.2 billion to developers from general obligation bonds paid by property taxes. Read more...

Photo: Proposition HHH, a November ballot measure, would build 10,000 units for homeless individuals in Los Angeles over the next 10 years. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Proposition HHH, a November ballot measure, would build 10,000 units for homeless individuals in Los Angeles over the next 10 years. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Student cyclists who violate cycling regulations will be able to take a short online safety course instead of receiving a citation on their driving record. (Daily Bruin file photo)

New online course to help student cyclists steer clear of citations

Cyclists who receive a citation will be able to complete an online course to have their citation dismissed. On Oct. 10, UCLA Transportation and UCPD will launch BikeSafe, an online program that will give bicycle safety lessons to educate riders and help them avoid citations, according to the UCLA Transportation website. Read more...

Photo: Student cyclists who violate cycling regulations will be able to take a short online safety course instead of receiving a citation on their driving record. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Student cyclists who violate cycling regulations will be able to take a short online safety course instead of receiving a citation on their driving record. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Westwood Village community members will be able to review the Village's specific plan, which guides development to create a successful business district. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Westwood Village Improvement Association invites community to contribute

UCLA students, staff and Westwood community members will soon be able to offer input about Westwood Village’s specific plan. The Westwood Village Improvement Association recently set up a questionnaire on social media, including Facebook and Twitter, asking community members to join an advisory committee. Read more...

Photo: Westwood Village community members will be able to review the Village's specific plan, which guides development to create a successful business district. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Westwood Village community members will be able to review the Village's specific plan, which guides development to create a successful business district. (Daily Bruin file photo)

All About Keys, a locksmith store that has been in Westwood for 27 years, closed due to increasing rent prices. (Mackenzie Posse/Assistant Photo Editor)

All About Keys to close door on Westwood after rent hike

Empty shelves once filled with colorful trinkets and Bruin-decorated accessories line the white walls of a Westwood key shop. Keys of all different sizes sit dormant on the opposite wall, waiting to be transported to their next owner. Read more...

Photo: All About Keys, a locksmith store that has been in Westwood for 27 years, closed due to increasing rent prices. (Mackenzie Posse/Assistant Photo Editor)

All About Keys, a locksmith store that has been in Westwood for 27 years, closed due to increasing rent prices. (Mackenzie Posse/Assistant Photo Editor)


The city of Los Angeles hired an external management company to manage the parking garage on Broxton Avenue. With the change in management, the parking garage will upgrade to accept card payments and build signs that show how many spaces are available. (Diana Celeste Luna/Daily Bruin)

Westwood’s Broxton Avenue parking garage to upgrade facilities

The post was updated on May 11 at 2:20 p.m.  A private management company will begin operating an existing city-managed parking garage on Broxton Avenue starting July 1. Read more...

Photo: The city of Los Angeles hired an external management company to manage the parking garage on Broxton Avenue. With the change in management, the parking garage will upgrade to accept card payments and build signs that show how many spaces are available. (Diana Celeste Luna/Daily Bruin)

The city of Los Angeles hired an external management company to manage the parking garage on Broxton Avenue. With the change in management, the parking garage will upgrade to accept card payments and build signs that show how many spaces are available. (Diana Celeste Luna/Daily Bruin)

Under his tenure as police chief, Herren said UCPD was able to monitor individuals who may be threats to students by working with the FBI's Joint Terrorism Task Force.  (Kira VandenBrande/Daily Bruin)

Retiring UCPD Chief James Herren reflects on 40 years of service

In 1997, the Torrance Police Department police chief was fired after officers under his leadership stole from the property room, where the station keeps radios, drugs and other confiscated items. Read more...

Photo: Under his tenure as police chief, Herren said UCPD was able to monitor individuals who may be threats to students by working with the FBI's Joint Terrorism Task Force. (Kira VandenBrande/Daily Bruin)

Under his tenure as police chief, Herren said UCPD was able to monitor individuals who may be threats to students by working with the FBI's Joint Terrorism Task Force.  (Kira VandenBrande/Daily Bruin)