Los Angeles County Supervisor Gloria Molina plans to run for Los Angeles City Council, her press deputy confirmed to CBSLA on Friday.
“Yeah,” exclaimed one very happy kid, “I love it here!”
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Tuesday admitted to employing as many as 80 deputies with questionable backgrounds.
Los Angeles county called in a mediator as a strike by social workers reached its fifth day.
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted Monday to lift a hard-hitting 2009 hiring freeze that affected almost every department in the county.
Youth football players and cheerleaders pleaded with the LA County Board of Supervisors Tuesday to allow them to play another season at an East Los Angeles park despite alleged gang threats.
An audit revealed that it takes Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies longer to respond to emergencies in unincorporated areas compared to contract cities.
Outgoing Labor Secretary Hilda Solis could be setting her sights on a Los Angeles County supervisor seat when she steps down from her position in the Obama Administration.
Dodgers’ Adrian Gonzalez And Wife Betsy To Hand Out Thousands Of Toys To Children At East LA Civic Center
Adrian Gonzalez and his wife Betsy will hand thousands of toys to children at the East Los Angeles 12th annual winter wonderland holiday celebration, Saturday at 11a.m.
In a 3-2 vote, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors Tuesday endorsed Proposition 30, a tax hike initiative championed by Gov. Jerry Brown.
Hundreds of protesters rallied Tuesday against a proposal to expand the Los Angeles County jail system. They say the nearly $1.5 billion on the table could be used to help prevent crime instead.
Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca said he is to blame for deputy misconduct and brutality against inmates in the nation’s largest jail network.
Lights are turned off at night at some county parks, the state is closing some parks to save money — and one county official says residents should brace for more to come.
The fiscal woes brought on by scandals and sky-high salaries are continuing in Bell as a new audit says the Los Angeles-area city may soon have trouble even providing basic services for its residents.