LA Councilman Mark Ridley-Thomas To Step Back From Council Meetings Following Corruption ChargesLos Angeles City Councilman Mark Ridley-Thomas, who was indicted last week on federal bribery and conspiracy charges stemming from his time on the county Board of Supervisors, sent a letter to his colleagues Monday saying he will "immediately step back" from council and committee meetings, but he intends to remain in office and resume participating "at the earliest appropriate time."
Los Angeles City Council President Nury Martinez's Home VandalizedTwo people were caught on video vandalizing City Council President Nury Martinez's vehicle and driveway in Sun Valley.
'I'm Getting Pushed To The Back Of The Bus': Temecula City Councilwoman's Compares Defiance Of Mask Mandate To Rosa Parks Taking Stand For Civil RightsA Temecula city councilmember is under fire for comments she made during a virtual city council meeting about coronavirus mask mandates.
Whittier City Council Considers Censuring Member Who Attended Capitol Trump RallyThe Whittier City Council considered a motion that ultimately failed Tuesday night to censure a council member for attending a pro-Trump rally at the U.S. Capitol that led to riots and multiple deaths.
Councilmember Wants Tiny Homes For Homeless To Be Fraction Of Current CostA local politician is looking to vastly cut the costs of tiny home communities being built for homeless people in Los Angeles.
Newport Beach City Leaders Vote To Keep Beaches Open Amid The Coronavirus PandemicThe Newport Beach City Council voted five to two Tuesday to reject a proposed ordinance to close the city's beaches for the next three weekends after crowds gathered this over the weekend.
Judge Denies City's Request To Toss NRA Lawsuit Over Disclosure OrdinanceA federal judge Monday denied a request by the city to dismiss a National Rifle Association lawsuit challenging a new law that requires city contractors to disclose any ties to the group.
LAPD Not Issuing Citations For People Sleeping In Cars Parked On Residential StreetsLos Angeles police will not be issuing citations for people sleeping in vehicles parked on residential streets — at least for now.
Brawl Between City Officials Leaves Commerce Councilman Leonard Mendoza UnconsciousCBS2/KCAL9 reporter Jeff Nguyen says a photo of the aftermath of the fight is going viral.
'Pothole Blitz' Underway On LA StreetsThe Bureau of Street Services received 3,911 pothole repair requests in January and was onpace to receive even more in February.
Possible Crackdown On Airbnb Rentals Have Some Worried About Making Ends MeetThe new restrictions would include limiting the number of days most people can rent their places to 120 days a year.
Orange, Newport Beach Vote To Join Opposition Against Sanctuary State LawWill Orange and Newport Beach follow its O.C. neighbors in Los Alamitos, Aliso Viejo, Huntington Beach and others in opposing California's sanctuary law?
Huntington Beach Votes To Sue Over Sanctuary State StatusMore than 100 people were at the meeting to tell the council they wanted to join the Orange County lawsuit, just days after Los Alamitos became the first city in Orange County to leave their sanctuary city status behind.
Irvine Residents Want To Know Why OC Homeless Problem Became TheirsThe county has plans to move as many as 400 homeless to the area.
Los Alamitos City Council Votes To Opt Out Of Sanctuary StatusEmotions exploded outside the Los Alamitos City Hall as the city council discussed the hot button issue Monday night.