“Occupy LA” demonstrators are concerned they may be forced to move after police were called to the tent city near City Hall at 3 a.m. Thursday morning.
Tens of thousands of bicyclists will claim city streets Sunday, as the City of Los Angeles celebrates its third CicLAvia street closure event.
U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer joined the mayor Tuesday at Los Angeles International Airport to call for a long-term fix to a funding shortage at the FAA.
An LA City Commissioner is under investigation by the FBI for possessing hundreds of pictures of child pornography. CBS2 has learned that Albert Abrams doesn’t deny the allegations. But he blames the pictures on a medical condition. Investigative Reporter David Goldstein has the story.
Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney used a campaign appearance in North Hollywood Wednesday to continue his criticism of President Obama’s handling of the economy.
There was no apocalyptic traffic meltdown.
After 35 years serving the Los Angeles Fire Department, Chief Millage Peaks announced Monday that he’s retiring.
CBS Investigative reporter David Goldstein has learned that a top LAX officials has resigned his post after allegations surfaced that he was sexting and sending sexually explicit messages on his LAX-issued phone.
Taxpayers could save $39 million if LAX replaced its federal security screeners with a private force, according to a recent report by the House Transportation Committee.
Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa is headed to Washington for a series of meetings with Obama cabinet officials and Democratic leadership.
Workers at Los Angeles City Hall are wrapping up a vote on a labor deal that would require civilian employees — for the first time — to pay part of their salary toward retiree health benefits.
It’s been months since the mayor tapped a blue-ribbon panel to investigate multiple safety and security lapses at the nation’s second-busiest airport.
Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa is in Washington D.C. Wednesday for the 79th winter meeting of the U.S. Conference of Mayors.
Both the city’s mayor and police chief the need to maintain 9,963 police officers as Los Angeles faces a huge cash crunch.
A City Council subcommittee says they plan to follow up on reports of various security issues at the airport, but there will reportedly be little or no public oversight of the review.