A new report says more job stability for LAFD chiefs and an overhaul of the agency’s paramedic operations will help reduce concerns over emergency response times.
Three former California governors voiced their support Thursday for a signature-gathering campaign underway to reform California’s death penalty system.
A handful of immigration reform activists were set to begin a four-day fast Monday outside the offices of an Orange County lawmaker.
About 2,000 supporters of immigration reform marched through Hollywood on Saturday as part of rallies nationwide to push for congressional action, while California’s governor signed a series of bills on the topic, saying he was not going to wait on Washington.
San Bernardino County’s top prosecutor wants lawmakers to require immigrants applying for citizenship to provide a DNA sample as part of the matriculation process.
Los Angeles County health officials were expected to give a progress report Tuesday on how the county plans to implement federal health care reform laws.
California Governor Jerry Brown signed into law on Wednesday sweeping pension reforms that he defended as benefiting both workers and taxpayers.
Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa is calling for pension reform for city workers. In a letter dated Tuesday, Villaraigosa ordered the city’s top budget analyst to expedite a report detailing ways the city can enact several changes.
A councilman in the scandal-plagued city of Vernon faces allegations that he may be unfairly influencing a ballot for City Council.
Mayor Villaraigosa wants more ambulances on the streets and a complete overhaul of management in the fire department to help improve slow emergency response times.
Los Angeles Unified teachers have approved a new labor agreement with the school district that will give teachers wide-ranging decision-making power in running their schools.
A group of Republican business leaders in Orange County broke ranks Friday with the mainstream GOP party line on immigration reform.
Many attendees at Carson City Hall voiced their fears that their public pensions are being unfairly targeted in these tough financial times.
The Los Angeles Unified School District needs critical reform in teacher evaluation, tenure and teaching assignment policies, according to a national study of the district released Tuesday.
Organizers are hoping for large crowds on Sunday, but smaller numbers could mean fewer problems for police officers.