Court rulings this week cast doubt over the future of California’s $68 billion high-speed rail plan and serve as a reminder of the biggest question facing the project.
The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power has cut off funding to two affiliated nonprofit institutes after questions surfaced about how they spent more than $40 million in ratepayers’ money.
Mayor Eric Garcetti Monday visited Washington, D.C., for the first time since taking office to meet with President Barack Obama and to seek federal funding for local transportation projects.
On Sunday morning, Frank Figueroa and Bryan Bishop visited KCAL9 to discuss two upcoming walks that will raise awareness and funds for brain tumor research.
Governor Jerry Brown stopped by a Los Angeles elementary school Monday to sign a bill that provides more state money to low-income schools.
California schools will receive an infusion of more than $3.6 billion in extra money this year, much of it targeted to the neediest students as part of a redistribution plan pushed by Gov. Jerry Brown.
Los Angeles Unifed School District board members were meeting Tuesday to consider two proposals for upcoming education funding.
A plan aimed at boosting revitalization in downtown Los Angeles has taken another major step forward.
Gov. Jerry Brown visited Union Station Wednesday to sign into law a bill that will provide funding for the first phase of a high-speed rail project expected to connect the Southland with San Francisco.
If approved, the tax would have required property owners to pay an extra $298 a year for five years to raise $255 million to help fund district school operations.
Another protest took place at Santa Monica College Thursday where dozens of students had been pepper sprayed earlier in the week.
The mayor was in DC in the hopes of securing federal funding without having to compete with the state of California.
The Los Angeles Unified School District is considering two proposals that could boost education funding from the state.
California’s governor wants to amend the state constitution to guarantee funding for county jails ahead of the transfer of thousands of state prison inmates.
Two audits from the state controller’s office alleges the city with annual budget of an estimated $50 million spent as much as $30 million on “frivolous” expenditures.