Los Angeles police officers rejected the city's latest contract proposal last week. Union president Tyler Izen told KPCC no one issue was a deal breaker, but said the lack of a cost of living adjustment was "kind of the straw that broke the camel's back in my members' minds."
The first recount in a statewide election in California is underway in Kern County. Teams of lawyers and campaign operatives continue watching over the ballots in the state controller's primary election.
The sixth annual Downtown Film Festival L.A. continues today with the Little Tokyo-set 1959 film noir "The Crimson Kimono," screening at the Art Deco Oviatt building. Festival co-director Greg Ptacek joins Take Two for a preview.
A Trout maybe swimming up to superstardom, the West maybe baseball's best and is Donald Sterling going to be harder to shake than the NBA thought? This means it's time for sports with Andy and Brian Kamenetzky.