Huizar Faces Tough Challenge From Molina In LA's 14th DistrictThe highest-profile race on the March 3 City Council ballot in Los Angeles pits former County Supervisor Gloria Molina against incumbent 14th District Councilman Jose Huizar.
Report: Firm Behind Digital Billboards Lawsuit To Support LA City Council CandidatesA Louisiana-based billboard company fighting digital advertising laws in Los Angeles has announced plans to use its billboards to support candidates in the upcoming city election, according to a report Wednesday.
Supervisor Molina Plans To Run For City CouncilLos Angeles County Supervisor Gloria Molina plans to run for Los Angeles City Council, her press deputy confirmed to CBSLA on Friday.
City Council OKs Request To Pay For Up To $200K In Legal Fees For HuizarThe Los Angeles City Council Friday agreed to pay for legal fees for Councilman Jose Huizar following a sexual harassment lawsuit filed against him by a former staffer.
City Commission Approves $4.3M For Downtown LA ParkThe Los Angeles Recreation and Parks Commission approved $4.3 million for a downtown park.
Council Approves Motion To Transfer Money From Recycling Fund To Repair City SidewalksThe Los Angeles City Council Friday approved a motion that would help aid in the repair of the city's tattered sidewalks.
City Council OKs $185,000 Settlement In Huizar Crash A private investigator whose car was rear-ended by vehicle driven by Councilman Jose Huizar will receive a six-figure settlement after a unanimous vote Wednesday by members of the Los Angeles City Council.
Report: Councilman Jose Huizar Accused Of Groping Massage TherapistLos Angeles City Councilman Jose Huizar Friday faced allegations that he groped a massage therapist back in 2005, the Los Angeles Times reported.
Urban Outfitters To Open Doors At Old Rialto Theatre In Downtown LAUrban Outfitters is gearing up for its grand opening Thursday at the old Rialto Theatre in downtown Los Angeles.
'Bringing Back Broadway' Plan Aimed At 'Stringent' Downtown LA Building Code City officials and local real estate experts unveiled a plan Thursday to revitalize historic buildings in downtown Los Angeles.
Group Rallies For Legalization Of Street Vendors In LAA group rallied in Koreatown Thursday night to support the legalization of street food vendors in Los Angeles.
City Council Cuts Fees Businesses Are Required To Pay For Sidewalk DiningThe Los Angeles City Council voted Wednesday to decrease the fees businesses are required to pay to offer sidewalk dining in downtown’s historic core area.
Rising Cost Of Downtown LA Streetcar Line Could Derail ProjectLA City Councilman Jose Huizar on Monday defended a project to build a streetcar line in Downtown Los Angeles even though the cost of the project could double.
Huizar's Former Chief Of Staff Files Suit To Block Subpoena City Councilman Jose Huizar's former deputy chief of staff, who is suing him for alleged sexual harassment, is filing a second lawsuit to block a subpoena issued by a panel that is probing the case.
Can City Council Be Impartial On Jose Huizar? Video Obtained by KCAL Raises Questions In the wake of sexual harassment lawsuits filed against city officials, two members of the Los Angeles City Council on Wednesday called for a "thorough review" of the city's training procedures.