LA To Pay Out Over $3M In Latest Broken Sidewalk SettlementsLast year, the city paid out nearly $20 million in cases involving L.A.'s uneven and broken sidewalks.
LAUSD Board Could See Major Shakeup With New Charter School MajorityCharter school proponents scored a win with two of their candidates winning seats on the Los Angeles Unified School District board, the nation’s second-largest school district.
Controversy Swirls Around Campaign-Sign Removals In LA City Council RaceSurveillance video appeared to show a city contractor removing campaign signs.
LA City Council Candidate Bray-Ali Faces Heat Over Derogatory CommentsPoliticians and leaders in the LGBT community are calling on him to drop out of the race.
Mexican Governors Tout Unity In Meeting With LA LeadersThe occasion marked the first time the Los Angeles City Council has officially received governors from Mexico.
LA City Council OKs Plan To Borrow Up To $70M To Cover Civil Lawsuit PayoutsThe motion, which directs city staff to look at ways to improve the city's revenues, asks for a review of existing cases so that the budget's liability account could be more adequately funded for the 2017-18 fiscal year.
Activists Call For Legalization Of Street Vending In Los Angeles Activists gathered at Los Angeles City Hall Monday to call on the city to legalize street vending.
City Council Signs Off On Route For Proposed Downtown LA StreetcarA proposed streetcar project in downtown Los Angeles cleared a major hurdle Tuesday.
LA City Council Approve Motion To Repair Backlog Of Broken SidewalksIf the plan is approved, officials will begin rolling out several sidewalk repair programs starting in December.
Employers May Be Required To Remove Criminal History Section From Job ApplicationsThe measure is part of a national movement aimed at giving formerly incarcerated residents a better chance at obtaining employment.
Candidate Filing Period Opens For LA Mayor, City Attorney, Council SeatsThe exhausting, never-ending 2016 presidential election isn’t even over yet, and local Los Angeles candidates are already gearing up for the March election.
LA City Council Votes To Declare Homelessness A Statewide EmergencyLA has almost a quarter of the state's 115,000 homeless people. City officials say homelessness is straining government services to the limit.