More than a year after a fire destroyed the San Fernando Valley Rescue Mission, which temporarily housed homeless families, Los Angeles city leaders welcomed families Monday to a new 90-bed facility taking its place.
City Council has yet to spend $27 million which was set aside to fund the 40,000 miles of required city-wide sidewalk repairs.
A push to save the age-old sycamore trees that line a residential street in Studio City has gained momentum.
Councilman Paul Krekorian criticized that DWP on Wednesday, saying officials did a poor job of letting customers know of the changes.
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — The Los Angeles Department of Transportation has 30 days to issue a detailed review of how $42.6 million in city money accumulated for 17 years in the wrong account. A report […]
A key hearing was underway Friday at City Hall over whether city officials have the legal authority to ban high-capacity ammunition magazines.
A San Fernando Valley lawmaker has introduced a motion that could lead to a ban on the possession of high-capacity ammunition magazines within the city of Los Angeles.
North Hollywood police and city leaders came out in full force on Wednesday to send a powerful message to thieves—stay home.
City Councilman Paul Krekorian Thursday will launch a fundraising effort to cover ambulance fees being charged to the families of two women who were electrocuted when they tried to assist a motorist whose SUV crashed in Valley Village.
Fundraising Effort To Be Announced For Families Billed For Emergency Services In Valley Village Crash
A Los Angeles councilman Thursday is planning to announce an effort to raise emergency services funds for the families of two good Samaritans who were killed last week trying to help a driver who crashed in Valley Village.
A Los Angeles councilman has introduced a motion asking for a report on steps being taken to make sure that the city’s convention center doesn’t lose business due to concerns over the construction of a proposed NFL stadium nearby.
City Councilman Paul Krekorian called Wednesday for a federal investigation into the decision by a Puerto Rican judge to release a North Hollywood murder suspect who has since gone missing.
LAPD officials and City Councilman Paul Krekorian named 34-year-old transient Omar Armando Loera in the murder of 34-year-old Cheree Ozmanhodzic, who was found July 24 after firefighters put out a fire that had been started in her house.