Los Angeles City Attorney Carmen Trutanich has hit the big time on YouTube, with two of his campaign videos promoting his run for district attorney getting a whopping 725,000 views, more than any video from a GOP presidential candidate.
When does too much “stuff” pose a public threat? That’s the question facing city officials after another death on Skid Row.
After months of speculation, City Attorney Carmen Trutanich confirmed Thursday that he will run for district attorney of Los Angeles County.
A lawsuit alleges an investment firm hired to manage the public pension for city workers may have cost taxpayers nearly $100 million.
Prosecutors say Deutsche Bank illegally evicted tenants, shut off their water and power and then allowed hundreds of properties to turn into blighted homes.
A couple dozen of protesters say City Attorney Carmen Trutanich is trying to criminalize dissent in his campaign to stop illegal demonstrations.
City Councilman Ed Reyes has some harsh words for recent efforts by the top attorney in Los Angeles to punish “professional” protesters.
Immigration activists say the city wants to quell political dissent by seeking to penalize them with up to a year in jail for what they described as “nonviolent acts of civil disobedience.”