LA City Councilman Pushes For Penalities For Bel-Air 'Mega' Water UsersDepartment of Water and Power officials said on Wednesday that they will look into ways to curb excessive water use after a city councilman called for stronger enforcement measures against high water users such as a Bel-Air homeowner who in a recent year used about 12 million gallons of water.
LA To Fine Pet Owners Who Walk Dogs Without LeashLos Angeles pet owners may soon need to leash their dogs or feel the bite of a hefty fine.
Councilmembers, Taxi Drivers Protest Ridesharing Apps At City HallHundreds of taxicab drivers descended on the steps of City Hall Tuesday morning to protest popular ridesharing apps.
Report Reveals Millions In Taxpayer Dollars Spent On Salaries For LAPD Union OfficersTaxpayers are paying a $750,000 bill every year for the officers, who work at the Los Angeles Police Protective League.
Councilmen Criticize DWP Amid Customer Service ComplaintsCouncilman Paul Krekorian criticized that DWP on Wednesday, saying officials did a poor job of letting customers know of the changes.
LA City Council Panel Mulls Raising Cat Limit Per Household Can cat lovers save the city of Los Angeles from feline overpopulation?
LA City Council Approves Law For Rewards Reporting 'Swatters'An ordinance allowing the city to offer rewards in “swatting" pranks was approved Wednesday by the Los Angeles City Council.
LA Councilman Wants To Ban Sale of E-Cigarettes To MinorsA Los Angeles city councilman doesn’t want minors to get their hands on electronic cigarettes.
Councilman Wants LA To Raise Legal Age For Buying CigarettesA Los Angeles councilman wants the city to change the legal age for buying cigarettes from 18 to 21.
Pranksters Could Soon Pay The Price (Literally) For ‘Swatting’ Celeb HomesPranksters could soon pay the price—literally—for “swatting” celebrity homes.
LA City Council Approves Ban To Keep Stores From Selling Breeder PetsBy a vote of 13-2 Wednesday, the Los Angeles City Council approved a ban that would keep stores from selling commercially bred dogs, cats or rabbits.
City Council Votes 12-2 For Ban On Sale Of Commercially-Bred PetsThe Los Angeles City Council is leaning toward a ban selling dogs, cats and rabbits purchased from commercial breeders.