City Hall, Staples Center Go Purple For Overdose Awareness DayLos Angeles City Hall and Staples Center will glow purple Monday evening to recognize International Overdose Awareness Day.
'He Was Someone's Son': Homeless Man Found Dead Outside LA City HallA 54-year-old homeless man was found dead Wednesday just outside City Hall in downtown Los Angeles.
LA Civic Center Area Gets Summer ScrubPeople living on the street near Los Angeles City Hall were notified in advance of the cleanup effort with flyers that were posted on light poles in the area. The flyers said the major cleaning would include sidewalks, alleys, parks, beach, parking lots and other public access areas.
No Fleas Found in LA City Hall Despite Rodent ProblemAlthough an employee believes she contracted typhus from fleas in her City Hall East office, no traces of the insects have been found in any city government buildings in the Civic Center.
FBI Corruption Probe Underway Into LA Real Estate Development DealsThe FBI is seeking evidence of possible bribery, extortion, money laundering and other crimes as part of a corruption investigation at Los Angeles City Hall.
LA Landmarks Go Blue For The DodgersThe team will try to dig out of a 2-0 hole against the Boston Red Sox tonight at Dodger Stadium in Game 3 of the World Series. Walker Buehler will start for the Dodgers against the Red Sox’s Rick Porcello.
LA City Council Passes Motion That Would Make Chamber Disruptions A Trespassing ChargeCity Hall gadflies who like to antagonize elected officials and often get kicked out as a result could soon face misdemeanor charges.
Gadfly Brings Box Cutter To LA City Council Committee HearingCouncilman Mitch Englander confirmed that a box cutter was brought to a Public Safety Committee hearing at City Hall Tuesday by City Hall gadfly.
Motorhead Drops In On Los Angeles City Council MeetingMembers of the band Motorhead dropped by Los Angeles City Hall Wednesday to promote their latest album and 40th anniversary world tour.
Vigil Outside LA City Hall Honors Victims Of Paris Terror AttacksA crowd gathered Sunday outside Los Angeles City Hall to show solidarity with the millions who marched in Paris against the terror attacks that left 17 dead and devastated the city this week.
Best Of LA: Week Of September 15Excerpt: The last week of summer has arrived and whether you are elated or disappointed, make the most of the outdoor options coming your way this week.
Made In America Music Festival Rocks Los AngelesDowntown Los Angeles' inaugural outdoor music festival got underway Saturday despite concerns from residents about possible security and traffic issues.
Safety Concerns Raised At LA City Hall After Transient Vandalizes OfficeA recent security breach at LA City Hall has underscored ongoing safety concerns at the iconic building. A transient managed to jump over a counter and vandalize a councilman's office.
Mayor Garcetti Refutes Claims City Headed For BankruptcyDan Pellissier, president of the group California Pension Reform, contends L.A. may be just a few years away from becoming unable to repay its debts if costs aren't kept down.
Angelenos Peacefully Rally Against Zimmerman Verdict After Rampage In CrenshawA day after a rampage in Crenshaw over the acquittal of George Zimmerman in the death of Florida teen Trayvon Martin, Angelenos peacefully rallied for justice.