The Los Angeles City Council voted Tuesday to approve a controversial plan to rebuild and expand a runway at Los Angeles International Airport.
The City of Glendale has voted to ban the Glendale Gun Show after hosting it for 20 years.
Polls opened at 7 a.m. Tuesday for voters to choose Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa’s successor.
The Santa Ana City Council voted 6-to-1 Tuesday night to fire City Manager Paul Walters just seven months after he was hired for the position.
City leaders have been reluctant to weigh on the proposed extension ahead of a legal opinion on limitations imposed by Measure A, which voters passed in 2001 in support of completing the project.
The Long Beach Unified School Board voted Tuesday night to close a Lakewood elementary school in January.
The Los Angeles City Council voted Tuesday to place a half-cent sales tax increase on the March ballot.
Mo Rocca, host of the film “Electoral Dysfunction”, helps us understand just what the Electoral College is, how it affects our choosing the president, and introduces us to one lawmaker’s plan to abolish it.
CBS2/KCAL9 discovered at least six polling places in L.A. County, such as apartment complexes or mobile home communities, where registered sex offenders live.
If you’re still looking for a reason to decide on which candidate to vote for, think about Obamacare and the fact that one report after another clearly shows that it’s going to cost the nation much, much more than originally stated by President Obama and his administration.
The race for the next District Attorney of Los Angeles County could end up making history.
Farrell’s Ice Cream Parlour CEO Mike Fleming visited the KCAL9 studios on Wednesday to explain Farrell’s Presidential Election sundae promotion!
With less than a week to go before Election Day, one particular group of voters is getting some help in making sure their voice is heard.
Candidates for California’s newly created 41st Congressional District are hitting the phones hard to get out the vote a week before Election Day.
Proposition 34 calls for the end of the death penalty, meaning the harshest sentence in the state would be a life sentence without the possibility of parole.