Local and federal investigators seized documents, computers, and other items Wednesday from the Beaumont Civic Center, authorities said.
If you love learning about the birth of our nation, you need to plan a trip to Philadelphia. During your vacation you will experience everything from live storytelling, guided tours and even authentic period dress and colonial cuisine.
The move to raise the minimum wage in Los Angeles was considered Tuesday during the first of a series of hearings to consider the issue.
Everyone is welcome at Jurupa Valley City Hall. Well, perhaps not the Lone Ranger, wrestler Mil Mascaras, Batman or the Phantom of the Opera.
City officials in Jurupa Valley were set to consider a plan Thursday to prohibit residents from wearing masks at City Hall.
Applications will be available for the next 30 days.
Eric Garcetti, Los Angeles’ first elected Jewish mayor, will participate Friday in the 29th annual City Hall menorah-lighting ceremony.
A day after President Barack Obama announced his executive action on immigration, a question emerged: what’s next for those living in the U.S. without legal permission?
Richard Riordan, Los Angeles’ former mayor, is looking back on his eight-year tenure in City Hall in a new book titled, “The Mayor.”
An expansion of the original Los Angeles City Hall was officially renamed Thursday for a former mayor with a well-known political heritage.
Jackie Briles says the show is worth every penny she pays.
Police were investigating reports Thursday afternoon of a suspicious package at Beverly Hills City Hall, officials said.
A custodian who works for a private cleaning company was arrested after a city employee found a digital camera used to secretly record women in a City Hall restroom, police said.
Hundreds of taxicab drivers descended on the steps of City Hall Tuesday morning to protest popular ridesharing apps.
Supporters of a proposed ordinance that would permit legal street vending in the city of Los Angeles gathered Tuesday to discuss the measure.