A 2012 lawsuit faulted the city for not putting up traffic barriers for an event attended by “tens of thousands of pedestrians.”
Los Angeles officials are launching an effort to target pimps and johns in the San Fernando Valley, while trying to help juvenile prostitutes who want out of the sex trade.
Microstamping is the latest battleground in the national debate over gun control. The law requires guns to mark the bullet casings with a serial number imprinted in the firearm.
The City Attorney’s Office is suing an oil company in South LA for allegedly spewing noxious vapors that have sickened nearby residents.
The Los Angeles Police Department and city officials Wednesday announced a new domestic violence/firearms policy aimed at keeping guns out of the hands of domestic abusers.
Court Temporarily Allows LAPD Impound Policy That Makes It Easier For Unlicensed Drivers To Keep Cars
A Los Angeles Police Department policy that makes it easier for unlicensed drivers to keep their cars instead of having them impounded after police stops will be temporarily allowed while a state court examines its merits.
Medical marijuana dispensaries in Los Angeles are feeling the effects of a voter-approved crackdown.
A Los Angeles city councilman wants to put the brakes on impounding vehicles of unlicensed immigrants until a new law allowing them to get driver’s licenses goes into effect.
The defendant has been sentenced to six years in county jail and four years probation.
Rapper 50 Cent reacted publicly Thursday for the first time since he was charged with assaulting his girlfriend in her Toluca Lake home.
Rapper 50 Cent was charged Wednesday with injuring his ex-girlfriend and destroying thousands of dollars in property at her condominium last month, according to Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer.
Carmen Trutanich conceded to Mike Feuer late Tuesday night in the contest for the next city attorney of Los Angeles, while an “outsider” was leading a veteran for the new city controller.
The Los Angeles city attorney race has heated up less than a week before the May 21 runoff election.
Candidates hoping to become the next Los Angeles City Attorney on Thursday roundly rejected accepting any campaign support from pro-gun lobbyists.
Coaches and administrators in California’s K-12 schools, and all higher education employees, will be required to report suspected child sexual abuse under a pair of bills signed into law by Gov. Jerry Brown.