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Councilman Calls For Investigation Into 'Abnormally High' SoCal Gas BillsLA City Councilman Mitch Englander submitted a resolution to the city council on Tuesday calling on regulators to investigate rate increases experienced by Southern California Gas Co. customers in the wake of the massive natural gas leak in Aliso Canyon.
New LAX Rule: Taxi Drivers Who Discriminate Will Lose PermitsA cabbie's permit will be yanked if he or she refuses service based on discrimination against a specific race, nationality, religion, age, disability, sex, or gender identity.
LA City Council Votes To Ban Chewing Tobacco At Organized Sports VenuesAccording to city leaders, the ban is expected to go into effect before the start of the Los Angeles Dodgers' season in April.
LA City Council To Consider Offering $50K Reward For Suspect Wanted In Deadly DTLA Hotel ShootingThe Los Angeles City Council will consider offering a $50,000 reward for information that would lead to the arrest of a gunman who is wanted in a deadly hotel shooting in downtown Los Angeles.
Former Tenants Sue Landlord They Claim Kicked Them To The Curb To Profit From Pricey Airbnb"We were fantastic tenants," says Nina Giovannitti.
LA City Council Pledges $12.4 Million To Provide Beds, Shelter For HomelessThe Los Angeles City Council on Wednesday approved $12.4 million to be used to provide immediate housing for the city's sizable homeless population ahead of what is predicted to be a particularly stormy winter.
LA City Council Votes In Favor To Safely Store Handguns Within HomesUnder the motion, handguns will need to be disabled, locked in a container and kept on the owner's person or placed within that person's reach.
LA City Council Considers Motion To Keep Firearms Stored Safely Within HomesThe Los Angeles City Council considered a motion Tuesday aimed at keeping firearms stored safely within homes and out of the reach of children.
LA City Councilman Pushes For Penalities For Bel-Air 'Mega' Water UsersDepartment of Water and Power officials said on Wednesday that they will look into ways to curb excessive water use after a city councilman called for stronger enforcement measures against high water users such as a Bel-Air homeowner who in a recent year used about 12 million gallons of water.
LA City Council To Vote On Residential Beekeeping OrdinanceThe Los Angeles City Council will vote Wednesday on a final ordinance for urban beekeeping in residential neighborhoods.
LA City Council To Offer $50K Reward For Suspect Wanted In 2012 Unsolved Murder Of WomanA news conference will be held at 10 a.m. in downtown Los Angeles to announce the award.
Audit Finds Domestic Violence Programs To Be Underfunded, Inconsistent In LAAn audit released on Thursday found domestic violence programs were underfunded and inconsistent across city neighborhoods in Los Angeles.

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