Alice Walton Politics Reporter
Alice Walton is KPCC's online Politics Reporter.
Prior to joining KPCC, Walton created and published TheCityMaven.com, an online news site about Los Angeles city politics. Walton covered local politics and the occasional Hollywood awards ceremony for City News Service from 2005 to 2009.
Walton has a master’s degree from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism and a bachelor’s degree in print journalism and political science from the University of Southern California. She is a very proud Trojan.
Walton is the 2012 president of the Greater Los Angeles chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists. She can be found on Twitter @TheCityMaven.
Stories by Alice Walton
The City Councilwoman from the San Fernando Valley is the newest — and the sole female — member of the Los Angeles City Council.
Today is Wednesday, Oct. 30 and headlines include Superintendent John Deasy's decision to stay until 2016, another filing in Councilman Huizar's harassment lawsuit, and an easter egg on the city website.
The Board of Supervisors unanimously opposed a lease between the city of Whittier and an oil company, but the matter will likely be decided by a court.
Today is Tuesday, Oct. 29 and headlines include Superintendent John Deasy's performance review, City Hall's top budget official, and Bell's attempt at transparency.
The decision to leave CAO Miguel Santana in his current position comes as Mayor Eric Garcetti is reviewing all top managers.
Today is Monday, Oct. 28 and headlines include the mayor's trip to DC, Wendy Greuel's new job, and rethinking the state's initiative system.
L.A.'s mayor is in Washington for a couple of days. His agenda includes lobbying for an extensive restoration of the Los Angeles River ecosystems.
Today is Friday, Oct. 25 and headlines include the future of Superintendent John Deasy, fines for two hospitals in LA County, and earthquake safety in LA.
Today is Thursday, Oct. 24 and headlines include allegations from sheriff's deputies, the trial of a former Bell employee, and is City Hall a frat house?
With the offices of two city councilmen facing sexual harassment lawsuits from former employees, Herb Wesson wants to examine workplace training for all employees.
State rules regulating the alt-taxi industry will not be challenged by the City of Los Angeles after a council vote failed to reach the eight member threshold.
A new online tool unveiled Wednesday provides access to the city's revenue, expenditures and audits. But there's no explanation for some of the spending.
Today is Wednesday, Oct. 23 and headlines include Councilman Jose Huizar on an alleged affair, Villaraigosa joins a PR firm, and LA County revisits a jail plan.
The five-member commission oversees the Port of Los Angeles — one of the busiest in the world — and its $1.1 billion budget.
Between a looming deadline and the threat of a veto from Mayor Garcetti, the City Council may have waited too long to challenge the alternative-taxi industry.