Los Angeles City Council
A Los Angeles city councilman doesn’t want minors to get their hands on electronic cigarettes.
Tour bus operators would no longer be allowed to solicit customers on sidewalks in bus tourist spots in Hollywood under a newly amended ordinance.
Los Angeles city leaders are a step closer to lifting a decade-long ban on public murals.
The Los Angeles City Council Wednesday concluded its two-week long sock drive by donating more than 10,000 socks to the Midnight Mission.
A Los Angeles councilman wants the city to change the legal age for buying cigarettes from 18 to 21.
The Los Angeles City Council Tuesday approved an emergency motion requesting a study on the safety along the Venice Beach Boardwalk.
The Los Angeles Dodgers organization has announced that contract talks have broken off with the Los Angeles Fire Department for the city to continue providing the ambulance service at home games.
For the first time in over forty years, nearly half of the Los Angeles City Council will be made up of new members.
The Los Angeles City Council Tuesday gave a final approval to an ordinance that requires Los Angeles to ban single-use plastic bags.
Los Angeles International airport workers represented by SEIU United Service Workers West Thursday are expected to file a California Environmental Quality Act challenge to the airport’s runway expansion.
Los Angeles City Council members were one step closer Friday to banning alcohol-related advertisements on city-owned benches and street furniture.
A former state assemblyman once dubbed “Worst Legislator in California” by LA Weekly was elected to the Los Angeles City Council Tuesday night.
The Los Angeles City Council and the Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday morning to increase the $1 million reward being offered for information leading to the capture of Christopher Dorner.
Some utility ratepayers are less than thrilled to foot a $7.5 million bill that will help fund the Children’s Museum of Los Angeles.
The thousands of people working in the commercial high-rises along Wilshire Boulevard in the Miracle Mile district are going to have fewer lunch options now that the L.A. City Council approved a measure Wednesday that will restrict food truck parking, according to a news source.