When the gavel signaled the end of the 113th session for the U.S. Congress this month it also marked the end of a 40-year career for California Congressman Henry Waxman.
The news has been punctuated by images of police aiming rifles at marchers in Ferguson, Missouri, setting off a national debate about the use of force among officers. Dave Bryan examines local law enforcement, which has quite a collection of military-style weapons.
Mayor Eric Garcetti celebrated his first year in office touring Los Angeles and addressing the progress he’s made on his campaign promises.
The governor revealed Wednesday he’s prepared to move water from Southern California to drier areas of the state as conditions worsen.
For a number of areas around the country, including some local Southern California cities, Tuesday marked an election night.
Back in June, FBI agents raided the State Capitol offices of State Senator Ron Calderon.
President Obama was praised Friday by Rep. Karen Bass for opening up a dialog on race and rare relations following George Zimmerman’s acquittal in the Trayvon Martin murder trial.
Married same-sex couples were overjoyed with the Supreme Court’s decision Wednesday to strike down a key part of the 1996 Defense of Marriage Act.
Los Angeles mayoral candidates Eric Garcetti and Wendy Greuel clashed over a long list of issues at their last televised debate on KCAL9.
Watch KCAL9 Monday, May 13, at 7 p.m. for a mayoral debate hosted by political reporter Dave Bryan.
Tempers flared Friday night among the five major Los Angeles mayoral candidates during the final debate before next week’s primary election.
Watch KCAL9 News’ mayoral roundtable event with the five leading candidates on Friday night at 8 p.m.
Four Los Angeles mayoral candidates Monday questioned whether City Controller Wendy Greuel would be able to reform the LA Department of Water and Power in the wake of an endorsement in support of Greuel made by the union representing its workers.
Congressman Paul Ryan, Mitt Romney’s newly announced vice presidential pick, has already become a lightning rod in the 2012 presidential campaign.
Gov. Jerry Brown Thursday defended his ballot initiative to raise taxes for California’s highest earners.