The Los Angeles City Council tentatively approved a pair of new gun-control measures Tuesday, including a proposal to require gun owners to store their firearms in locked containers or use trigger locks to prevent accidental firing of the weapon.
A half-dozen City Council members are calling for gun owners to put a lock on it.
Pink’s Hot Dogs in Hollywood is known for several things.
City officials Wednesday honored legendary actor Norman Lloyd at City Hall to mark his 100th birthday.
Voters have elected Alan Long – who resigned last month after being arrested on suspicion of felony DUI following a crash that injured four teenagers – to a City Council seat.
On the eve of the “Great ShakeOut,” Dr. Lucy Jones updated Los Angeles officials on ways the city can better prepare for an earthquake, and potential losses in the event of a quake.
A Los Angeles City Council committee Friday backed a request from entertainment giant AEG for six more months to secure a National Football League franchise to play in Los Angeles.
Santa Ana’s mayor canceled a City Council meeting after a protester refused to remove a cap with an anti-police expletive on it.
Four City Council members Tuesday introduced a plan to raise the citywide minimum wage to $13.25 an hour.
Preservationists opposed to a developer’s plan to raze a 100-year-old Hollywood home were expected Thursday to make their arguments before a City Council panel.
The City Council Wednesday tentatively approved a large wage hike for Los Angeles hotel workers.
A Los Angeles City Councilman wants to eliminate strip malls that dot many of the city’s street corners and replace them with multi-use “lifestyle centers”.
The Los Angeles City Council is considering relaxing a ban that prohibits construction on city streets during rush hour.
The Los Angeles City Council honored longtime CBS2/KCAL9 anchor Kent Shocknek for his contributions to local media and to congratulate him on his retirement at a council meeting Wednesday.
The city council Tuesday night voted unanimously in support of the $1.1 million investment, manning the department with 250 body cameras. KCAL9’s Stacey Butler reports.