A man suspected in a series of robberies in the cities of Riverside and Jurupa Valley has been arrested, authorities said Saturday.
The Los Angeles City Council voted Wednesday to decrease the fees businesses are required to pay to offer sidewalk dining in downtown’s historic core area.
Small, minority and women-owned businesses and individuals will meet with Metro executives Monday.
The Monterey Park City Council has proposed that all businesses and eateries in the city, where 67 percent of the population is of Asian descent, have at least one sign in the “modern Latin alphabet.”
Authorities Sunday said a gas line rupture in Pasadena forced the evacuation of apartments and adjoining businesses for several hours.
Business owners along the Santa Monica Pier are urging the City Council to determine a start date for a yearlong replacement project.
Police are asking for the public’s help to track down an armed and dangerous man who may be linked to a murder and a string of robberies in Los Angeles.
Investigators were looking into possible causes behind an underground explosion near that left left traffic stalled and power shut down to local businesses.
It could be boom or bust for both spectators and businesses during the slow-speed crawl of the Space Shuttle Endeavour through the streets of Los Angeles.
About 300 local businesses partnered with Metro to offer residents special discounts during the weekend’s “Carmageddon II.”
Authorities say eight businesses in Beverly Hills were burglarized early Sunday morning.
If you’re an Amazon fan, you have just hours left before a California sales tax takes effect on all purchases from the online giant.
City Councilman Ara Najarian wants to clear the air when it comes to unsightly signs in Glendale.
The proposed NBA settlement is good news for restaurants and other businesses near Staples Center that rely on potential business from the nearly 19,000 basketball fans who fill the arena.
The NBA lockout is hitting hundreds, if not thousands, of Southern California workers who rely on the Lakers and Clippers for their livelihoods.