Los Angeles will pay nearly $6 million to settle a lawsuit by 10 police officers who claimed they were punished for failing to meet traffic ticket quotas.
Carmen Trutanich conceded to Mike Feuer late Tuesday night in the contest for the next city attorney of Los Angeles, while an “outsider” was leading a veteran for the new city controller.
The campaign for Los Angeles city controller has heated up days before the May 21 runoff election.
A longtime City Councilman and candidate for City Controller is accusing the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce of playing politics.
The defeat of a proposed half-cent sales tax increase sent officials at City Hall scrambling Wednesday to determine the next step in trimming the city’s $200 million deficit.
If Christopher Dorner is dead, who will get the $1.1 million reward that was being offered for his arrest? Officials say it’s complicated.
The Los Angeles City Council and the Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday morning to increase the $1 million reward being offered for information leading to the capture of Christopher Dorner.
After failing to collect millions in past-due payments from property owners — including from the husband of one of Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa’s top administrators — the DWP wants to raise rates for water and power on all Angelenos,
Beatriz Stotzer, a Los Angeles Housing Commissioner, has resigned her post following a David Goldstein investigation that asked if her two sons were given preferential treatment in getting low-income apartments.
Councilman Dennis Zine — a retired LAPD sergeant — says its logical to outlaw the open carrying of guns in city limits.
Jack Salvatore, a pillar of broadcast journalism excellence at KNX Newsradio, went off the air this week after 26 years of service.
The City Council voted unanimously Friday to sue a Los Angeles School Police Department officer accused of fabricating a story about being shot by a burglary suspect in Woodland Hills.