LA City Council Returns To In-Person Meetings For First Time Since March 2020The Los Angeles City Council Tuesday resumed in-person meetings for the first time since March 2020, but members of the public are still only able to participate virtually.
LA City Council To Resume In-Person Meetings On June 15The Los Angeles City Council will resume in-person meetings on June 15, but members of the public will still be able to virtually participate, a spokesperson for Council President Nury Martinez confirmed Monday.
City Council Vetoes LA Mayor's Override Of Spending Plan For LAPD FundsThe Los Angeles City Council voted Tuesday to veto the mayor’s override of a spending plan to redirect some funds from the LAPD to social programs.
LA Moving Forward With $5 'Hazard Pay' Raise For Grocery Store WorkersThe vote comes just days after Kroger announced it will close two grocery stores in Long Beach because of a similar mandate recently passed there.
LA City Councilman Kevin De León Stumbles Through Pledge Of AllegianceLos Angeles City Councilman Kevin de León had a rough time Tuesday getting through the Pledge of Allegiance.
LA City Council Cancels Meeting Scheduled For Inauguration DayIn a statement Friday, Council President Nury Martinez canceled Wednesday's City Council meeting over security concerns.
LA City Council Votes To Increase Mask Enforcement As COVID-19 Pandemic ContinuesThe Los Angeles City Council voted Wednesday to increase mask enforcement as the COVID-19 pandemic continues.
LA City Councilors Propose An Extra $5 Per Hour Hazard Pay For Grocery WorkersLarge grocers, defined as those with at least 300 employees nationwide, would be required to provide their employees with an extra $5 per hour.
Incumbent David Ryu Concedes District 4 LA Council Race To Nithya RamanAs of 4:25 p.m. Friday, Nithya Raman had received 52.46% of the vote compared to David Ryu's 47.54% — a difference of just under 6,000 votes.
Raman Holds Lead Over Ryu In District 4; Ridley-Thomas Wins District 10Two Los Angeles City Council seats will be decided in Tuesday's election — one representing the Hollywood Hills and portions of the south San Fernando Valley and the other covering Koreatown and parts of downtown.
'Our City Mourns The Loss Of This Legend': Local Leaders React To Death Of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg"There isn’t a woman in America who has not benefited and lived a better life because of her vast contributions to the women's movement," Los Angeles City Council President Nury Martinez said.