The thousands of people working in the commercial high-rises along Wilshire Boulevard in the Miracle Mile district are going to have fewer lunch options now that the L.A. City Council approved a measure Wednesday that will restrict food truck parking, according to a news source.
The Laguna Beach City Council will move forward on a proposed “Social Host” ordinance to penalize adults who serve alcohol to minors.
The City Council adopted an ordinance Monday night banning the use of the bags.
City Council members will vote Tuesday on an ordinance aimed at curbing reckless skate boarding.
Terminally and seriously ill medical marijuana patients will gather on the steps of City Hall Thursday to protest ahead of a City Council meeting that could shut down pot dispensaries.
Residents of a Rosemead neighborhood have cried foul over the smells coming from a poultry business, leading to orders from the city to shut it down.
Adult video producers are threatening to leave Los Angeles as a city ordinance governing the $1 billion pornography industry goes into effect.
When you head down to the beach for a little fun this summer, county officials want you to know about some updated rules.
Riverside County supervisors today approved an ordinance Tuesday mandating fines up to $500 for property owners whose outdoor lights create an overnight nuisance.
Concerns about spoiling holiday displays and hindering agricultural operations prompted the Riverside County Board of Supervisors Tuesday to postpone — for a second time — a decision on whether to impose fines up to $500 on residents or businesses whose outdoor lights create a nuisance.
If you can’t quiet your barking dog, it may cost you. The Los Angeles City Council has voted to amend the city’s barking dog ordinance.
Property owners could risk hundreds of dollars in fines for having their lights shine too brightly — even during the “most wonderful time of the year”.
Beginning Friday, retail stores and supermarkets in unincorporated Los Angeles County will no longer offer plastic bags and will charge customers for paper bags.
Animals in Los Angeles County, especially those that are bred or housed in pet stores, will now have better protection under a new ordinance.
The City Council on Friday moved to ease the city’s stringent medical marijuana regulations with an amendment that could allow up to 140 dispensaries to remain open.
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