Survey Asks LA Residents For Input On Replacing Police With 'Unarmed Trained Specialists'City Council members want to know how Angelenos feel about public safety and policing as the city aims to develop a plan to replace policing for nonviolent responses.
LA City Council Proposals Would Pay COVID-Positive Angelenos To Self-QuarantineThe Los Angeles City Council is considering plans to pay Angelenos who test positive for COVID-19 to stay home.
LA Controller Terminates Councilman Jose Huizar's PaychecksAccording to Controller Ron Galperin, Councilman Jose Huizar's biweekly gross salary as a member of the council was $8,192.85, which equates to an annual salary of about $213,833.40.
LA City Council Plan Would Replace Police With Crisis Response Team For Nonviolent CallsA City Council motion introduced Tuesday would create what officials are calling a "nonviolent crisis response team" to replace police officers in responding to certain police calls.
LA City Council Approves LAPD Budget Cuts; Department Temporarily Stops Overtime PayThe department also said it was concerned about future recruitment efforts.
LA City Council Introduces Motion To Reduce LAPD's $1.8 Billion BudgetThe motion was cosponsored by councilmen Herb Wesson and Curren Price and was seconded by councilman Paul Krekorian.
Former Aide To Embattled LA Councilman Jose Huizar To Plead Guilty In Federal Corruption Probe At City HallGeorge Esparza, 33, worked for Councilman Jose Huizar until January 2018.
Activists Urge City Council To Rename LA Street After Malcolm XThe effort was being announced to coincide with the late activist's 95th birthday.
Mayor Urges LA City Councilman To 'Step Aside Immediately' If Charged In FBI Corruption ProbeCity Councilman Jose Huizar should "step aside immediately" if he is charged in an ongoing federal investigation, Mayor Eric Garcetti said Friday.
LA City Council Approves Relief Measures For Residents Impacted By Coronavirus PandemicThe Los Angeles City Council Friday approved emergency relief measures aimed at helping people impacted by the coronavirus pandemic make it through the next several months.
Rita Walters, First Black Woman Elected to LA City Council, Dies At Age 89Rita Walters, the first Black woman ever elected to the Los Angeles City Council and a former member of the Los Angeles Unified School District Board of Education, died Thursday. She was 89.