Board of Supervisors
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors are poised to put a measure on the November ballot that would allow currently termed-out supervisors more years in office.
Orange County is tapping into its reserves to cover a Sheriff’s Department budget shortfall blamed mostly on the state’s prisoner realignment program.
One of the county’s top executives took aim at Gov. Jerry Brown for his role in cutting millions of dollars from the county budget.
When you head down to the beach for a little fun this summer, county officials want you to know about some updated rules.
Supervisor Mike Antonovich is warning that payouts totaling $48 million could dramatically impact the county’s fiscal health.
A proposed ban on bright lighting could soon bring out the stars for residents in Los Angeles County.
A congressional bill to regulate helicopter traffic over Los Angeles received a key endorsement on Tuesday from county officials.
The Board of Supervisors Tuesday called for reforms to the system that reimburses doctors who treat the poor in Los Angeles County.
The Board of Supervisors met privately Tuesday to interview candidate for chief probation officer, even though the board has not publicly disclosed that members want to replace Donald Blevins.
A political power struggle is building the heart of Los Angeles with Latino activists pushing county supervisors to approve another Latino district. But not everyone is behind the idea.
The Board of Supervisors agreed Tuesday to consider developing a registry of foreclosed homes in unincorporated areas in order to reduce blight in Los Angeles County.
An effort by state lawmakers to dissolve the cash-strapped city could have a big financial impact on L.A. County.
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors has renewed a nearly $14 million contract to lease two water-dropping aircraft from Canada to help fight wildfires.
The Board of Supervisors Tuesday approved a $13.75 million, five-year lease renewal of two amphibious air tankers, or SuperScoopers, from Quebec to help fight wildfires.
The Board of Supervisors agreed to approve an ordinance giving animal control officers the right to declare a dog “vicious,” a designation that can potentially lead to the animal being euthanized.