LA Board Considers Electricity Rate Hike, To Be Spread Over 5 YearsThe average single-family household could see their electricity bill go up a total of $12 over five years under a rate hike proposal being considered by the Board of Water and Power Commissioners.
Gangs Blamed For Rise In Violent Crime Throughout Los AngelesCrime is up across the board in the nation's second-largest city.
Record Number Of People Visited L.A. County In 2015Tourism officials say 45.5 million visitors came to the City of Angels in 2015 -- an increase of 1.3 million from the previous year.
Record 45.5M Tourists Visited Los Angeles Last YearA record-setting 45.5 million people visited Los Angeles last year, an increase of 1.3 million from the previous year, tourism officials announced Monday.
'NCIS' Actress Pauley Perrette, Mayor Garcetti To Advocate For Protection Of Homeless In HollywoodPauley Perrette is a homeless advocate who has worked with Mayor Eric Garcetti on several charities.
Lyft Drivers Now Legally Allowed To Pick Up, Drop Off Passengers At LAXStarting at 8 a.m., drivers were able to begin picking up travelers from the upper departure level of the airport, just in time for the busy holiday season.
Board Members Vote For Rate Hike For LADWP Customers The board that oversees the Department of Water and Power voted Tuesday to raise customer rates to help pay for upgrades on the city's aging pipe system.
Mayor Eric Garcetti Joins 2-Day Summit On Homelessness, Housing, Climate ChangeMayor Eric Garcetti and four other West Coast mayors will join White House officials at a two-day summit in Portland starting Thursday to discuss homelessness, housing and climate change.
LA City Council Pledges $12.4 Million To Provide Beds, Shelter For HomelessThe Los Angeles City Council on Wednesday approved $12.4 million to be used to provide immediate housing for the city's sizable homeless population ahead of what is predicted to be a particularly stormy winter.
LA To Host Annual Fleet Week Beginning In 2016Beginning in 2016, L.A. Fleet Week will run through Labor Day with active military ships arriving in the days before the holiday weekend.
Vigils In Whittier And Downtown L.A. Remember Victims Of Paris AttacksFriends and families gathered at Whittier High School, where Nohemi Gonzalez was an alumna. She was killed while having dinner with friends at a Paris restaurant last week.
Mayor Eric Garcetti Says LA Must Remain Vigilant Despite No Present Credible ThreatBecause of Los Angeles' place on the world stage, the city must remain vigilant, said Mayor Eric Garcetti in the wake of the Paris terror attacks.