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.
Newly elected president Steve Soboroff wants the LAPD to adopt new technology such as lapel cameras within 18 months.
Opponents of a Los Angeles proposal that would enact a midnight curfew and increase parking restrictions in Venice Beach are expected to attend a meeting Thursday to discuss the issue.
The California Coastal Commission had been expected to decide whether officials can remove fire rings along the Newport Beach shoreline.
A controversial practice of testing shelter animals for aggressive behavior could be making a comeback in the city of Los Angeles.
Melissa Joan Hart and her former talent manager have settled a suit he filed alleging the actress refused to pay him commission on money she earned for the hit ABC family series “Melissa & Joey.”
Jeff Godown told fire commissioners that department response time may actually be better than it appears before announcing his departure.
Critics fear a proposed $8 million restoration project aimed at cleaning up pollution at the Malibu Lagoon will only make things worse.
Each member was eligible to receive 10 free tickets to every USC game and even some NFL games as part of a deal to turn over the stadium’s management to university officials.
Will the former site of the 1984 Olympics officially become Trojan territory?
The president of the firefighters union says commissioners now support tapping the reserve fund to bring back ambulances, engines, and the staff to operate them.
The University of Southern California was one step closer on Thursday to taking control of the day-to-day management of the Los Angeles Coliseum.
City Controller Wendy Greuel believes the violation could just be the “tip of the iceberg” when it comes to the Coliseum Commission.
A high-profile developer has stepped down from the panel that oversees the Coliseum, but he still isn’t saying whether he will run to be the city’s next mayor.
A state commission has called a Superior Court judge’s reference to the Ku Klux Klan in a case involving two African-American defendants offensive and inappropriate.