The vote comes in response to a series of mass shootings that have taken place across the nation.
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to incrementally raise the minimum wage in unincorporated areas over the next five years, reaching $15 an hour by 2020.
Members of the Los Angeles City Council Wednesday approved an ordinance that will raise the minimum wage to $15 per hour over the next five years.
Members of the Los Angeles City Council Wednesday voted to tentatively adopt an ordinance that would raise the minimum wage to $15 per hour over the next five years.
The Los Angeles City Council was expected Friday to hear a plan to increase penalties for deadly street racing and hit-and-run crashes.
Los Angeles County supervisors have passed a measure requiring residents in unincorporated neighborhoods to spay and neuter their cats.
Steve and Betty Fry share Eevee, Daisy, Sabastian and Tiger. But in Hermosa Beach the couple is breaking the law, according to an ordinance that only allows two adult dogs or cats per household.
The Los Angeles City Council was set Tuesday to discuss efforts to change the so-called “mansionization” of some Southland neighborhoods.
The City Council unanimously approved an ordinance Tuesday night banning their use in public places.
Sex offenders across California aren’t allowed within 2,000 feet of public parks or schools, and in Riverside County, they aren’t welcome within 300 feet and there are stronger restrictions on where sex offenders can live.
CBS2’s Serene Branson reports council members aim to make history by approving the anti-bullying ordinance, which would ticket offenders targeting victims between the ages of 5 and 25.
Officials in the city of Carson were set Tuesday to introduce an ordinance that would impose criminal penalties for anyone convicted of bullying school children and young adults.
Officials in Carson City will announce Tuesday plans to introduce an ordinance that would impose criminal penalties against those who bully children in school.
The Los Angeles City Council Tuesday voted to ban e-cigarette use at bars, nightclubs, restaurants and other public areas.
Under the proposal, employees at some of the city’s largest hotels could see a raise to a living wage of $15.37 an hour.