A federal appeals court has upheld the right of homeless people on Los Angeles’ Skid Row to temporarily leave their belongings unattended on sidewalks.
City Attorney Carmen Trutanich has filed a lawsuit against on the nation’s biggest banks over alleged illegal eviction and maintenance practices.
The city manager of Stanton says drastic reductions to public services are coming in the face of an annual deficit of over $2.8 million.
LA City firefighters tried to rescue a trapped construction worker Thursday after the man apparently was buried in an eight-foot deep trench in Bel Air Estates.
The Los Angeles Unified School District board approved a budget-balancing plan Tuesday that would save the majority of school programs if furlough and salary agreements can be reached with labor unions and if voters support a $298 parcel tax.
When does too much “stuff” pose a public threat? That’s the question facing city officials after another death on Skid Row.
Local lawmakers moved Wednesday to help Los Angeles property owners rebuild quickly after a rash of recent arson fires.
Residents who sustained at least $10,000 in damages to their properties during last week’s wind storms could qualify for tax relief from the government.
Deputies allegedly seized tractors, trailers, boats and cargo containers after discovering a reportedly stolen skiploader that was reportedly abandoned without the landowners’ knowledge.
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”.
Mayor Villaraigosa has recently suggested that the time has come for the idea of a split property tax roll as well as rethinking how to fund at education at all levels.
If the latest property assessments are any indication, there could be a glimmer of hope for the Southland’s housing market.
The Velasco family said despite making an agreement to save their home — which they’ve owned for over 12 years — the bank plans to auction off the property.
2011 has seen fewer violent crimes committed in Los Angeles County, according to data released Wednesday.
The Board of Supervisors wants local lawmakers to withhold property taxes to cover costs as the county takes over state programs.