L.A. Board of Public Works President Andrea Alarcón is speaking out for the first time amid an ongoing child endangerment investigation by police.
Downtown Los Angeles recently welcomed a Grand new park…Grand Park which stretches from The Music Center to City Hall East. Whether you are in the area for work or play, or if you are a […]
Is the Occupy movement trying to make a comeback in Los Angeles?
A group of Muslim and Coptic Christian leaders plan to meet to denounce the violence that the film “Innocence of Muslims” has sparked around the world.
Los Angeles Councilman Bill Rosendahl made a triumphant return to City Hall Tuesday after taking nearly two months off to battle cancer.
A new lactation room, where new mothers can have a private, dedicated place to breast-feed or pump milk, was officially opened Tuesday at Los Angeles City Hall.
A new citizen’s committee will study Anaheim’s election process due to complaints about a lack of Latino representation on the city council, officials announced Friday.
More protests are planned Sunday to denounce last weekend’s two deadly officer-involved shootings in Anaheim.
The park around City Hall reopened Thursday following a $1 million, nearly eight months-long renovation.
A Rancho Cucamonga neighborhood wants to fight a proposed business attempting to move in.
A gangsta rap video is raising eyebrows at LA City Hall.
Terminally ill patients and dispensary workers were among those who showed up on the steps of City Hall ahead of a critical vote tomorrow.
Terminally and seriously ill medical marijuana patients will gather on the steps of City Hall Thursday to protest ahead of a City Council meeting that could shut down pot dispensaries.
City Hall will be dappled in lavender-colored lights starting Wednesday night in honor of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Heritage Month in the city.