Councilmember Bernard Parks, who represents South Los Angeles, is leading the charge to include the nickname “SOLA” on all city documents as a way to help reinvigorate the area.
Los Angeles City Councilmember Bernard Parks this week is marking 50 years of public service, 38 of which were with the LAPD.
Bernard Parks stopped by KCAL9 Monday to invite the community to his free 12th annual Fourth of July Fireworks Extravaganza and Jazz on the Hill Festival.
A Los Angeles City Council member and former police chief sounded off Wednesday about his concerns over a plan to honor hundreds of individual police officers who made the ultimate sacrifice.
Parks asked his staff to draft a resolution to have the City of Los Angeles take an official position on the racial comments.
Two Los Angeles City Council members are at odds over who should take over the annual Fourth of July Fireworks Extravaganza at the L.A. Memorial Coliseum.
Los Angeles City Councilman Bernard Parks will appear on CBS’s “The Bold and the Beautiful.”
Taxpayers are paying a $750,000 bill every year for the officers, who work at the Los Angeles Police Protective League.
With the city of Los Angeles facing a $200 million deficit, we found some city councilmembers purchasing fancy cars at the expense of taxpayers.
Members of the Los Angeles City Council are expected to consider a resolution calling for tougher regulations on local fracking activities when the Council returns from recess next week.
Los Angeles City Councilman Bernard C. Parks Tuesday introduced a resolution to fellow council members asking for their support of a federal investigation into the death of Trayvon Martin.
Los Angeles Councilmember Bernard C. Parks said Sunday he is saddened by the death of Rodney King.
The Los Angeles City Council announced a $75,000 reward Tuesday in the slaying of two USC graduate students last week.
Los Angeles City Council members expressed frustration Wednesday when a draft map was released of new district boundaries that will be in place for the next decade.
Congresswoman-elect Janice Hahn said goodbye to the City Council Friday and they did the same.