Officials Put Finishing Touches On Family-Friendly 'Super Bowl City'As football fans across Southern California eagerly await Super Bowl 50, our friends up north are putting the finishing touches on a project years in the making.
Homeless Advocates Push For LA City Hall To Take Action Ahead Of Winter WeatherAdvocates for the homeless want city officials to spend $100 million per year on housing for the homeless and to end laws that criminalize homelessness.
RAW VIDEO: Thousands Line Up For Section 8 Housing In NorwalkThousands of people lined up Monday morning for the chance to apply for low-cost, government-subsidized housing in the city of Norwalk.
Santa Ana Eyes Plan For Permanent Display Of Gay Pride Flag At City HallOfficials in Santa Ana are set to consider a proposal that would permanently fly the gay pride flag outside City Hall.
State Controller To Probe City Of Industry Finances Over 'Significant Discrepancies'The investigation comes in response to an audit that raised questions about $326 million in payments linked to a former mayor and his family.
LA Mayor Unveils $8.5B Budget Plan To Boost Services, LAPD StaffingTree-trimming services, sidewalk repairs, and affordable housing would be among several local programs to receive a boost in funding under the Mayor's budget plan.
Police Investigating Fire Truck Crash In WilmingtonThe engine could be seen at the intersection of Pacific Coast Highway and Figueroa Street, where it crashed into a pick-up truck at approximately 4:10 p.m. Monday.
Voters Head To The Polls To Decide On LA City Council Seats, FrackingVoters headed to the polls Tuesday to decide from among 30 candidates vying for City Council seats and other races, including whether to support a proposed oil-drilling project in the city.
Lake Forest City Councilman Accused Of Stealing Campaign SignsAn Orange County city lawmaker faced possible jail time Wednesday for allegedly stealing campaign signs supporting a political opponent.
LA City Workers Protest Service Cuts; Mayor Touts Progress In Labor Talks City workers rallied to protest what they call cuts to municipal services even as Mayor Eric Garcetti touted progress in labor negotiations with employee unions.
City Council Hopefuls Vow To Take Pay Cuts If ElectedWith Los Angeles voters just weeks away from heading to the polls, some City Council members are vowing to take a pay cut if elected.
Workers' Coalition Rallies For $15 Minimum Wage HikeA coalition of workers, businesspeople and civic leaders Friday rallied outside City Hall in downtown Los Angeles calling upon lawmakers to increase the city's minimum wage to over $15 an hour.
Police: Attempted Rape Suspect Stabbed With Pencil At Riverside City CollegePolice say an attempted rape suspect at Riverside City College was on the loose Thursday after allegedly being stabbed in the neck with a pencil by his would-be victim.
LA City Website Looks To Connect Job Seekers, EmployersIf you're looking for work, you're in the right city.
Deputy LA City Attorney Pleads Not Guilty To Child Porn ChargesA veteran Los Angeles deputy city attorney pleaded not guilty Thursday to charges that he distributed and was in possession of child pornography.