City Of Los Angeles
City Attorney Mike Feuer Friday announced a $10 million lawsuit against Time Warner Cable, alleging the media company refused to pay fees.
The City Attorney’s Office is suing an oil company in South LA for allegedly spewing noxious vapors that have sickened nearby residents.
Attorneys were set to announce a lawsuit against the Los Angeles Police Department for shooting a mentally ill 18-year-old woman in 2011 after her mother called authorities to request help.
The city of Los Angeles Tuesday announced a $4.2 million settlement with two newspaper delivery women who were fired on by officers in Torrance during the manhunt for accused killer Christopher Dorner.
There are accusations the City of Los Angeles tried to cover up a deadly crash involving a city employee.
The City of Los Angeles is offering a $50,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the “Teardrop Rapist.”
Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa announced Thursday that he will call for layoffs of city workers as part of his budget next month, but wouldn’t specify how many jobs would be slashed.
A new commercial featuring former Dodger skipper Tommy Lasorda will soon hit local airwaves, urging the return of the Ontario International Airport to local control.
Nearly three-quarters of funding to relocate a convention center hall to accommodate a downtown Los Angeles NFL stadium would come from guaranteed payments to the city by developer AEG under a tentative plan released for comment.
Los Angeles has reached a sweeping labor agreement covering $1.5 billion worth of port projects.
While you spend nearly $5 a gallon at the pumps on your own car, a CBS2 News investigation has uncovered some public employees taking a free ride at your expense.
Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa called for a major overhaul of the Southland education system today, during his annual State of the City speech.
The city controller’s office found the housing department failed to collect at least $48 million in fees, while leaving $10 million across 10 funds unspent over two years.
The latest proposal to cut pension costs for the city of Los Angeles was met with cries of “pension envy” from the union for civilian workers.
The city of Los Angeles faces a mounting tide of red ink, but a new report says that delays in cost-cutting measures are to blame, not weak revenues.