Mayor Eric Garcetti
The next chapter in downtown Los Angeles’ renaissance is underway with the announcement of a $500 million makeover.
Local veterans in search of jobs had reason for hope Tuesday as Mayor Eric Garcetti announced major steps forward in his promise to get 10,000 veterans working.
Activists Monday are expected to protest outside of Mayor Eric Garcetti’s home in response to a recently approved ordinance that discriminates against those who are homeless.
Mayor Eric Garcetti joined the City Council Tuesday in saluting Tom LaBonge’s nearly 40 years of public service.
Protesters held signs saying things like “Ezell Would Have Wanted A Living Wage.”
Activists and police officers are growing increasingly worried about the outcome of the Ezell Ford investigation.
The Police Commission is scheduled Tuesday to review the controversial case of Ezell Ford, a mentally ill black man fatally shot by police last summer.
Angry protesters camped outside the Hancock Park home of Eric Garcetti confronted the Los Angeles mayor Monday morning as he left for Washington D.C.
Ezell Ford’s mother came to the protest and handed out water and chips to the demonstrators.
Officials have approved an $8.6 billion budget for the coming fiscal year that boosts funding for public safety and other services.
“I love LA,” said Aoki, “so much is happening here.”
The concert has been sold out. Anyone without a ticket will be turned away from the event.
Officials Monday announced that 746 firearms were taken off the street in a Gun Buyback program.
The mayor stopped by the West LA location to see how it was going.
The program, which has taken over 13,000 weapons off the streets in its six years of existence, is set to begin again on Saturday, when the LAPD and City Hall will team up once more as part of the city’s Gang-Reduction and Youth Development program.