Los Angeles City Council
The president of the Los Angeles City Council wants to explore the idea of offering a large cash prize to lure voters to the voting booths.
There’s a serial bank robber on the loose and lawmakers are now offering a little incentive to aid in her capture.
Members of the council’s Economic Development Committee are suggesting an increase from the state’s minimum wage of $8 to $15.37 be implemented for workers at hotels with at least 300 rooms by July 1, 2015.
Los Angeles lawmakers have ordered a list of apartment buildings that would be most vulnerable to collapse in a major earthquake.
The Los Angeles City Council Friday ordered an investigation into city street repair crews who allegedly took unauthorized breaks and falsified their work logs.
The L.A. City Council signed off Wednesday on the mayor’s $8.1-billion budget proposal for the upcoming fiscal year, a 10 percent increase from the previous year.
The LA City Council is demanding that Donald Sterling apologize to basketball legend Magic Johnson and LA residents for his racist remarks.
A series of proposals were made by the city’s chief administrative officer Monday that will aim to clean up Skid Row.
The Los Angeles City Council declared a truce Wednesday in the legal battle over proposed zoning changes in Hollywood.
Los Angeles City Councilman Jose Huizar spoke publicly for the first time Wednesday about a traffic accident he caused that cost taxpayers $185,000.
Two Los Angeles City Council members are at odds over who should take over the annual Fourth of July Fireworks Extravaganza at the L.A. Memorial Coliseum.
Los Angeles City Councilman Bernard Parks will appear on CBS’s “The Bold and the Beautiful.”
City Council members Tuesday called on city staff to investigate whether natural gas and oil drilling methods, such as fracking, helped trigger Monday’s magnitude-4.4 earthquake.
A Los Angeles City Council committee approved a proposal Monday to sharply restrict the use of electronic cigarettes — known as “e-cigarettes” — in no-smoking public areas.
Hundreds of beekeepers in Los Angeles have been raising bees in the city’s residential areas — but so far, it’s illegal.