Mayor Eric Garcetti signed an ordinance Friday that waives city fees for filming TV pilots in Los Angeles.
Some Southern California residents are outraged by a state bill that would allow three utility companies to charge customers up to $10 a month to cope with the loss of revenue due to the popularity of solar panels.
A typical homeowner would pay about $4.50 per month, but the actual amount paid would be determined by the amount of runoff their parcel generates.
In a city where fitness is held at a premium, Santa Monica officials are considering a big fine on aerobics instructors who use public parks to teach.
The Burbank Animal Shelter has slashed its adoption fees in hopes that it will help many pets find new homes this holiday.
The Cal State Board of Trustees on Tuesday postponed a scheduled vote on undergraduate tuition increases.
An estimated 800,000 homeowners will be asked to pay as much as $150 per each rural property annually to fund firefighting efforts amid what Sacramento is calling an increased wildfire risk.
A carpool lane experiment set to begin later this year on Southland freeways will allow drivers to buy their way to a faster commute.
Officials at Santa Monica College on Wednesday denied spreading fertilizer and leaving on the sprinklers to prevent protesters from gathering on campus.
The California State University board of trustees is set to consider capping raises given to newly hired campus presidents after an outcry over a $100,000 raise given to a new president last year.
Bank of America is dropping its plan to charge debit card customers a $5 monthly fee.
Bank of America is reconsidering its plan for a controversial new debit fee. The bank will reportedly drop a $5 monthly charge for customers who use direct deposit for their paychecks.
Bank of America will begin charging customers to use debit cards for purchases early next year.
It’s estimated the policy shift will boost the school’s dwindling coffers by over $6.5 million a year.
The Federal Reserve told Congress on Thursday that it may reconsider its proposal to limit the fee that banks charge merchants for debit card transactions to 12 cents per swipe, the latest twist in a battle over billions of dollars.