The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors has voted to halt proposed oil drilling in Whittier Hills – but the long-running battle is far from over.
A Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors vote on the creation of a permanent civilian oversight commission for the sheriff’s department was postponed Tuesday.
Thousands of Los Angeles County union employees were set for a rally Tuesday in downtown L.A. to demand higher wages amid county-wide budget cuts and hiring freezes.
A typical homeowner would pay about $4.50 per month, but the actual amount paid would be determined by the amount of runoff their parcel generates.
Supervisor Don Knabe has called for a review after receiving what he described as “nervous calls” from employees — some of whom have been deployed overseas for months
A Los Angeles County Sheriff’s reserve deputy is being honored for arresting the man suspected of starting dozens of fires over the holidays.
Thousands of residents are still without power one week after a violent wind storm disrupted service to more than 250,000 residents in the greater Los Angeles area.
Also, don’t forget to pay city staffers to supervise the planning, and private guys to watch quality control. While all this goes on, the Supes will have to meet someplace else.
Los Angeles County Supervisors have voted to pay nearly $1 million Tuesday to settle the wrongful death lawsuit of Mitrice Richardson.
The Board of Supervisors for Orange County on Tuesday gave its approval to a budget that marks a $146 million increase in spending heading into 2012.
The FBI is expanding an investigation into the Los Angeles Department of Building and Safety to include supervisors.
Supervisors unanimously approved a new three-year deal that increases the number of beds available to U.S. Marshals Service inmates to 282.
The interim director of Los Angeles County’s embattled children and family services department has quit in a dispute with county supervisors.
The cash-strapped county is set to again run another deficit in 2011 and is considering a host of measures, including hiring freezes and benefit cuts.
The Board of Supervisors say they want to address the growing homeless population in Los Angeles County by housing thousands of men and women over the next five years.