Lawmakers at City Hall were set Wednesday to talk trash.
The Los Angeles City Council Tuesday voted to ban e-cigarette use at bars, nightclubs, restaurants and other public areas.
Residents in danger areas, grateful for efforts from police and firefighters to protect them throughout the weekend’s storm, gathered at City Hall to show their appreciation.
The Los Angeles City Council moved Friday to make L.A. the biggest city in the nation to approve a moratorium on a controversial oil and gas drilling practice.
A Los Angeles City Council committee approved a proposal Monday to sharply restrict the use of electronic cigarettes — known as “e-cigarettes” — in no-smoking public areas.
The Los Angeles City Council has approved a new general manager to lead the Department of Water and Power, which is plagued by costly computer problems and questions about missing money.
City Council members Friday gave approval to a measure that prohibits companies that do business in Iran’s energy industry from bidding on city contracts.
Four of five former Bell City Council members convicted on corruption charges last year said during a court appearance Friday they need more time to consider a potential plea deal.
Homeowners in the city of Los Angeles will no longer be penalized for fixing broken sidewalks in their own neighborhoods.
Under the proposal, employees at some of the city’s largest hotels could see a raise to a living wage of $15.37 an hour.
The Los Angeles City Council has reportedly approved a $26 million settlement stemming from a lawsuit over break rules for city trash truck drivers.
Members of the Los Angeles City Council voted Wednesday in favor of a study on the impact of allow urban beekeeping in the city of Los Angeles.
A controversial development project in the city of Santa Monica was closer to becoming a reality Wednesday after a City Council vote to approve the proposal.
Taxpayers are paying a $750,000 bill every year for the officers, who work at the Los Angeles Police Protective League.
City officials are hoping a $20 million shopping center project set to open for business in South Los Angeles will spur the local economy and attract investors.