Students at University of California, Irvine, have voted for a more “inclusive space” by banning the American flag on part of the school’s campus.
The unofficial results from Los Angeles’ primary election are in and appear to show that fewer than nine percent of registered voters cast a ballot on Tuesday.
Two out of three Americans remain opposed to a U.S. government regulatory role when it comes to the Internet.
California officials are considering reducing the state’s gas tax by 7.5 cents, although consumers may not see a difference at the pump.
The Inglewood City Council could vote Tuesday night on zoning changes that would pave the way for a proposed 80,000-seat NFL stadium.
The measures include a five-year extension on a waiver of fees charged for filming at city-owned or controlled properties, like City Hall, libraries, airports and police department facilities.
A private club for thrill-seekers in Los Angeles will remain men-only after members took the issue to a vote.
Families of victims of medical negligence gathered Monday to urge voters to support a political effort for greater patient safety protections.
The City Council Wednesday tentatively approved a large wage hike for Los Angeles hotel workers.
Officials in Hawthorne Tuesday were expected to call for a vote to put body cameras on the uniform of every police officer in the city.
Los Angeles city officials Thursday are considering the idea of a big cash lottery prize as a way to boost low voter turnout.
CBS2’s Cristy Fajardo reports the county Board of Supervisors voted 4-0 to fully implement Laura’s Law, which allows families and counties to get court-ordered outpatient treatment for the seriously mentally ill.
Congressman Adam Schiff, of Burbank, has pushed to secure $5 million from the federal government for a system that could give people a few seconds to a minutes notice depending on how far you are from the epicenter.
A grassroots effort to keep chain stores out of the city of Malibu is set for a critical vote Monday night.
At a time when election officials are struggling to convince more Americans to vote, advocates for the disabled say thousands of people with intellectual or developmental disabilities have been systematically denied that basic right in the nation’s largest county.