“Bike Angel” Elaine Pease is behind an effort to turning old bikes into a holiday blessing.
Senior citizens in Los Angeles may not be receiving meals and other services funded by city programs, according to an audit released Wednesday.
A 7-year-old autistic boy was back home with his mother on Friday after being taken to Mexico City by his father in a custody battle.
For a very long time now, Glendale’s city budget has enjoyed the benefits of having a very large benefactor.
City Councilman Richard Alarcon and his wife face charges stemming from allegations that the couple did not live in a Panorama City home Alarcon claimed as his residence.
If City Councilman Tom LaBonge gets his way, it could be 1984 all over again in 2032.
A pair of Westside city councilmen has admitted to taking campaign donations from – and even patronizing – local medical marijuana dispensaries.
The move would allow the city to ask voters to approve a proposed increase of up to a half-percent sales tax that could raise as much as $1.9 million.
City Attorney Carmen Trutanich has filed a lawsuit against on the nation’s biggest banks over alleged illegal eviction and maintenance practices.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department has recalled an estimated 200 badges that were given to local politicians in the wake of the Cudahy corruption scandal.
Three officials with the city of Cudahy were indicted on Friday on bribery charges stemming from an undercover FBI investigation.
The parents of a 19-year-old Winnetka man who was fatally shot by police following a late-night chase through the San Fernando Valley filed a $120 million federal lawsuit Monday against the city and Los Angeles Police Department.
The first permanent manager of the city of Bell since Robert Rizzo was forced to resign two years ago will take over on Friday.
Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa is set to release the city’s new budget Friday afternoon. He is expected to call for dozens of layoffs in several departments in an attempt to close a $238 million budget deficit.
A new report appears to show at least some employees disabled a $12 million fuel tracking system that was put in place over a decade ago.