Staffers with Mayor Eric Garcetti’s office Thursday met with several leaders of a group seeking to cap parking fines at $23 per citation in Los Angeles.
Mayor Eric Garcetti has unveiled a citywide hiring initiative that seeks to employ 10,000 Southland veterans by 2017.
A coalition of law enforcement officers, prosecutors and crime victims announced Friday that it will wait until November 2016 to place a death-penalty reform measure on the ballot.
Critics charge the new enforcement hires could generate $5 million in additional revenue, but Garcetti says the parking ticket rebellion may be premature. KCAL9’s Dave Bryan reports.
President Bill Clinton was in Los Angeles Thursday for a forum on strengthening infrastructure in the Southland and cities nationwide.
“There are a lot of talented people out there looking for jobs,” said one woman.
A group of city elected and law enforcement officials will be in South Los Angeles Friday to help clean up communities affected by some of the city’s most notorious gangs.
The initiative specifically bolsters programs to keep people like the mentally ill, veterans who suffer from PTSD and people who are addicted to drugs or alcohol from returning prison.
An environmental research project at UCLA is aiming to make Los Angeles 100 percent reliant on renewable energy and local water supplies without hurting biodiversity by 2050.
Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa was scheduled Monday to tout what his administration considers one of his major accomplishments while in office.
Leaders of Consumer Watchdog Campaign along with patients and the state’s Insurance Commissioner delivered to the Los Angeles County Registrar’s office in Norwalk hundreds of thousands of petition signatures in support of a health insurance rate justification ballot initiative.
The Los Angeles Lakers will begin an employee service campaign dubbed “Lakers Team Up” Tuesday, which will include assembling and distributing care packages for the homeless, preparing and serving food to senior citizens and cleaning up beaches.