Mayor Eric Garcetti
Mayor Eric Garcetti invited Angelenos Thursday to a free downtown concert featuring deejay and electronic musician Steve Aoki, who is releasing a new album next month.
From services to Los Angeles’ infrastructure to jobs, Mayor Eric Garcetti addressed the progress that’s been made and described the state of the city as “strong.”
Roman Catholic Archbishop Jose Gomez will host a multi-denominational prayer service in Los Angeles to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the killings of an estimated 1.5 million Armenians under the Ottoman Empire.
For a first offense, the fine under this proposal would only be $23 – a fraction of what tickets cost now.
Airport officials responded to a new report that was highly critical of LAX’s security fence after the Associated Press found that people were hopping the fence.
Five miles of bus lanes opened along Wilshire Boulevard Wednesday as part of a transportation improvement project.
A coalition of 73 cities and counties announced Monday the filing of a brief in a Texas federal court in support of President Obama’s executive orders on immigration, which a judge has placed on hold.
A report on what it would cost to earthquake-proof L.A.’s water supply is causing an aftershock through City Hall.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti is raising money for his 2017 re-election campaign, in the low-key style that has become a trademark.
Mayor Eric Garcetti and the fire chief touted a smartphone app Wednesday that alerts people with CPR training if someone in a nearby public area is suffering from cardiac arrest and needs help.
A weekend-long conference was held in Playa Vista to empower females of all ages to pursue careers within the tech industry.
A tentative labor agreement between dockworkers and port employers was hailed Monday by the mayors of Los Angeles and Long Beach, who say their cities will work more closely on eliminating cargo congestion at the port complex.
Mayor Eric Garcetti Tuesday shared his plan with the Chamber of Commerce to make the city the epicenter of preparedness when an earthquake strikes.
Records show an ex-Mexican Mafia leader whose talk with a group of business executives and police officials drew criticism this week has been helped by his close relationship with law enforcement to make a bid for freedom.
A CBS2 investigative report has prompted the City of Los Angeles to refund more than $1.1 million in parking tickets mistakenly doled out to drivers and, just recently, CBS2 learned that parking officials are still handing out these kinds of tickets.