Los Angeles City Council
In order to move forward with repairing nearly half of Los Angeles’ sidewalks, a Los Angeles City councilmember proposed a motion that private businesses would share the cost of repairs with the city.
With the city of Los Angeles facing a $200 million deficit, we found some city councilmembers purchasing fancy cars at the expense of taxpayers.
LA City Council Debates Whether Police Should Again Be Allowed To Check Motel Registries Without A Warrant
The LA City Council is debating whether police should be allowed to inspect hotel and motel registries without first obtaining a warrant.
Los Angeles could become the nation’s first city to ban minors from purchasing energy drinks, as the City Council considers restrictive policies on the beverages.
The Los Angeles City Council has agreed to pay $575,000 to settle a lawsuit from a former police informant who alleged that two officers forced her to have sex.
The Los Angeles City Council Tuesday delayed a vote regarding a proposal that would allow homeowners to keep beehives in their backyards.
The Los Angeles City Council is floating an idea to bring duck boats to the LA River.
The Los Angeles City Council has officially declared this week Computer Science Week in LA.
The Los Angeles City Council approved a $50,000 reward Wednesday for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person who murdered a 14-year-old boy in South Los Angeles last month.
The council voted 12-0 to place a moratorium on disconnection notices.
Democrat Matt Dababneh of Encino and Republican Susan Shelley of Woodland Hills were locked in a tight race Tuesday night in a special election for a state Assembly seat.
A group rallied in Koreatown Thursday night to support the legalization of street food vendors in Los Angeles.
An ordinance allowing the city to offer rewards in “swatting” pranks was approved Wednesday by the Los Angeles City Council.
The Los Angeles City Council Wednesday will meet to vote on a proposal that would crack down on individuals who make false 911 calls to high-profile residences.
The Los Angeles City Council won’t be challenging a state regulation that gives smartphone-enabled rideshare services like Lyft and Uber permission to operate in California.