Hundreds of taxi cab drivers Tuesday were slowly circling City Hall to protest the rise of unregulated ride-share services.
For all their squabbling over fealty to union bosses and ethical lapses real or perceived, the two candidates who could succeed Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa agree on this: City Hall is in trouble.
Part of City Hall was evacuated Thursday after one of Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa’s staff members opened a letter that contained an unknown substance.
The “Los Angeles 2020 Commission” will be tasked with offering solutions for a projected $165 million deficit for the next fiscal year beginning in July.
In a mayoral race with plenty of political heavyweights, one candidate has embraced his role as underdog and hopes that image will attract voters in Los Angeles.
Los Angeles mayoral candidate and City Controller Wendy Greuel claims she identified tens of millions of dollars in waste, fraud and abuse at City Hall—but City Councilman Eric Garcetti, a fellow mayoral candidate, said that’s just flat-out untrue.
Civil rights activists and other community leaders called for hate crime charges on Monday against gang members suspected in attacks on a Compton black family and threats against other black residents.
L.A. Board of Public Works President Andrea Alarcón issued her notice of resignation on Friday in the wake of a public scandal that led to a child endangerment investigation.
Occupy Los Angeles protesters say the city violated their constitutional rights when it evicted them from the City Hall park last year.
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.