Residents demanded answers from a local water company Thursday during a meeting that was held to address tap water complaints.
A nonprofit group of business leaders who attended a controversial LAPD-organized event featuring a convicted ex-leader of the Mexican Mafia has reportedly offered to reimburse the department’s costs.
A decision to use LAPD resources to set up a meeting between a convicted member of the Mexican Mafia and members of the law enforcement and local business community in downtown L.A. has prompted calls for an investigation.
The groups hoped that a dialog between the police and the black community could help calm tensions.
The first of two meetings was held Wednesday to consider what kinds of policies will be in place to govern the use of body cameras on officers.
City leaders announced Monday three coyotes had been trapped and euthanized using CO2 gas within the last week.
Santa Ana’s mayor canceled a City Council meeting after a protester refused to remove a cap with an anti-police expletive on it.
Educators at every LAUSD school wore red Tuesday in a show of unity ahead an October job performance review of controversial Superintendent John Deasy.
“Just this week” — there were five reports of pets being killed. “It’s out of control,” Denise Simmerman added.
The city council Tuesday night voted unanimously in support of the $1.1 million investment, manning the department with 250 body cameras. KCAL9’s Stacey Butler reports.
Months after concerns were first raised over the utility’s billing system, a new wave of issues has been reported.
Local officials Friday held a special meeting demanding answers after deputies shot and killed an innocent man last week.
The NBA owners’ advisory/finance committee met Thursday by conference call to begin discussing the next steps in the removal of Donald Sterling as the owner of the Los Angeles Clippers.
The Scott Avenue Gate might reopen as early as Thursday for tomorrow night’s Dodgers/Angels exhibition game.
Centinela Valley Superintendent Under Fire For Excessive Salary Says He Will Give Some Benefits Back
The superintendent of the Centinela Valley Union High School District, who has come under fire recently for an inflated compensation package, said he will voluntarily give some benefits back.