LA To Consider Sex Harassment Complaint Hotline For City EmployeesA Los Angeles city councilor says the city has settled fewer than 10 sexual harassment lawsuits over the last five years, for a total of about $3 million.
2 LA City Council Members Want To Block Porn On Library ComputersA pair of Los Angeles City Council members called Tuesday for software filters that block graphic material to be installed at all 73 city libraries, in the wake of reports of patrons viewing pornography on computers in view of children.
It's Really Serious: LA Declares Friday 'Morrissey Day'"Morrissey Day honors the man who put the 'M' in Moz Angeles," said L.A. City Councilwoman Monica Rodriguez.
City Approves $50K Reward For Info On Downtown Parking Lot MurderThe victim was killed by repeated blows to the head in a Downtown parking lot.
LA Considers First Ever City-Owned Public Bank In USWould a city-owned public bank address some of Los Angeles’ pressing issues -- such as affordable housing, small business growth and financing for municipal projects?
LA Council Debates Controversial Fee To Spark Affordable Housing DevelopmentThe linkage fee of $5 or $12 per square foot would raise up to $100 million per year for affordable housing development.
LA City Council Hears From Community About Hosting 2028 GamesOn Friday, the council heard from community members in Van Nuys during a public comment period.
City Council Approves Plan To Rename Street After ObamaThe Los Angeles City Council unanimously approved a motion to rename a portion of Rodeo Road after former President Barack Obama.
LA Airbnb Hosts Air Concerns About Potential RestrictionsSouthland Airbnb hosts are voicing their concerns about potential new short-term rental regulations being considered by the Los Angeles City Council.
Hot Dog! Los Angeles Decriminalizes Street VendingThe City Council unanimously voted Wednesday to remove criminal penalties for those who push hot dogs, fruit and other items from carts.
Program Will Allow Homeless To Pay LA Parking Tickets With Community Service Instead Of FinesThe Los Angeles City Council Tuesday approved a measure to allow homeless people to pay parking citations by performing community service.
City Council Honors Johnny Mathis With 'Wonderful' Lifetime Achievement AwardThe 81-year-old recording artist is best known for hits such classics as "Chances Are,'' "Misty'." It's Not For Me to Say" and "Wonderful! Wonderful!"

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