A veteran Los Angeles deputy city attorney pleaded not guilty Thursday to charges that he distributed and was in possession of child pornography.
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Tens of millions of dollars in under-collections as well as major operational failures and poor reporting have been cited as major factors in a Los Angeles effort to pave and maintain city streets, according to officials.
A federal complaint challenging a plan to shut down the Santa Monica Airport next summer has been filed by actor Harrison Ford and other airport pilots and tenants, according to reports.
Having an Inland Empire address could be adding fine lines and wrinkles to your face, according to a new study.
Police say a suspected car thief was killed after running a red light at Arden Drive and East Lower Azusa Road Monday, resulting in a crash involving four vehicles.
Officials in the city of Carson were set Tuesday to introduce an ordinance that would impose criminal penalties for anyone convicted of bullying school children and young adults.
Mayor Eric Garcetti and Los Angeles County officials Monday unveiled their respective budget proposals for the upcoming fiscal year that begins in July.
Officials say what had been considered a novel idea by city officials has saved L.A. hundreds of thousands of dollars.
The Windows XP operating system might be headed for extinction, but it could also mean free working computers for possibly thousands of Angelenos.
City officials heard from aviation officials and local residents at a packed meeting Tuesday over the fate of Santa Monica Municipal Airport.
A traffic accident caused by Los Angeles City Councilman Huizar when he was driving a city-owned vehicle could cost taxpayers $185,000.
A recent study has confirmed what many Angelenos already know: Los Angeles has the worst traffic in the nation.
Poverty, weak job creation and other issues currently plaguing Los Angeles could leave the city “sinking into the future,” according to a report released Wednesday.
Former Bell city administrator Robert Rizzo appeared before a judge Monday for an initial federal court appearance.