LA City Council To Hold Hearing On Minimum Wage Hike Proposal In Watts A Los Angeles City Council committee will hold a public hearing in Watts tonight to talk about a proposal to raise the minimum wage to as high as $15.25 per hour by 2019. Calif. Senate Moves $1B Water Plan Amid Drought The state Senate on Wednesday approved a $1 billion proposal to speed up spending on water projects and offer about $75 million in immediate aid to residents and wildlife in drought-stricken California.
West Coast Congress Members Seek Funding For Quake Warning System California Has No Ban On Use Of Private Email By Officials Fullerton Sued Over Asian-American Voting Rights LA County Supes Vote To Support Executive Order On Immigration Analyst Warns Governor’s Retiree Health Plan Could Cost More From Santa Monica To Century City, Obama Returns To SoCal To Raise Funds LA County’s Transportation Agency Gets New CEO Maria Shriver Launches ‘Wipe Out Alzheimer’s Challenge’ To Empower, Educate Women
Attorney: Woman In Kidnapping Saga Is ‘Emotionally And Physically Broken’ An attorney for the woman at the center of a kidnap-for-ransom case vehemently denied allegations by police that the ordeal was a hoax. Father Of Wanted LAPD Officer Charged With Lying To FBI The father of a former LAPD officer was charged Thursday with lying to FBI agents to help his son escape after the officer was charged with killing a man during an off-duty fight, authorities said.
CHP Pursues Stolen Taxi From Santa Ana USC Expert Concerned About Reaction To Alps Plane Crash Locals Divided Over Plans To Demo Irwindale Speedway For Shopping Center Labor, Developers Reach Deal On Proposed NFL Stadium Starbucks Celebrates Milestone With Limited-Edition Birthday Cake Frappuccino Arrest Made In Connection With Fatal Stabbing Of Mother Of 3 In Van Nuys V. Stiviano Testifies She, Donald Sterling Were Never ‘Intimate’ Federal Appeals Court To Reconsider California Gun Ruling