LA City Council Dedicates Stan Lee DayHe said the honor made him "the luckiest man alive."
LA City Council Hopes To Offer Help To 8,000 People Living In Their VehiclesOne man is living in a motor home with four children and two dogs.
LADWP Worker Caught Taking Extended Breaks Has Criminal HistoryAfter a CBS2 hidden-camera investigation revealed LADWP workers taking long unsanctioned breaks even as the department raises rates, one of the workers identified in the videos has been found to have a criminal history.
80s Band Oingo Boingo Performs Acoustic Set At LA City Council Meeting Oingo Boingo performed acoustic versions of two of the band's biggest hits at a City Council meeting, where they were also honored with a resolution.
Mayor Garcetti, City Council Enact Travel Ban To North Carolina, Mississippi"State-sanctioned discrimination only perpetuates intolerance, hatred and violence," said LA Councilmember Mike Bonin, who authored the resolution adopted today.
City Council Approves Payment Plan To Repair LA SidewalksLos Angeles City Council members Tuesday voted in favor to pay for the repairs of residential and commercial sidewalks.
Sen. Boxer Lauded By LA City Council For Long Political CareerCBS2's Dave Lopez asked her about the Donald Trump campaign.
Los Angeles To Pay Nearly $6.9 Million Over 2005 Police ShootingLos Angeles will pay nearly $6.9 million to settle a lawsuit over a police shooting that left a reputed gang member paralyzed.
Hollywood Palladium Skyscraper Project Approved By LA City CouncilThe Los Angeles City Council approved a project Tuesday that includes a pair of residential skyscrapers in the parking lot behind the Hollywood Palladium.
City Council Committee Considers New Holiday For LA: 'Indigenous Peoples Day'A City Council committee was scheduled to take up a proposal Monday to establish Indigenous Peoples Day as a holiday in Los Angeles.
LA City Council To Vote On Revisions To Homeless Encampments BanUnder the proposed revisions, if the city is unable to provide adequate storage space nearby homeless individuals would be allowed to store a 60-gallon bin worth of belongings on a sidewalk.
LA City Council Considers Requiring Farmers Markets To Accept Food StampsFarmers market vendors could soon be required to accept food stamps as payment as part of their certification in the city of Los Angeles.

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