New Councilman Cancels Spending Planned By Predecessor, Tom LaBongeNewly-elected Los Angeles City Councilman David Ryu has succeeded in cancelling various projects planned and funded by his predecessor, Tom LaBonge.
2 Veteran LA City Council Members Spend Last Day In Office In Different WaysMembers of the Los Angeles City Council said farewell to two of their longest-serving men as Tuesday marked the final day on the council for Bernard Parks and Tom Labonge.
David Ryu Becomes 1st Korean-American To Be Sworn In As LA City CouncilmemberHe's also the council's youngest member.
Termed-Out City Councilman Tom LaBonge Given Fond Send-OffMayor Eric Garcetti joined the City Council Tuesday in saluting Tom LaBonge’s nearly 40 years of public service.
City Council Considers Expanding Restricted Parking Around Hollywood Sign To 7 Days A WeekStreet parking in several neighborhoods surrounding the Hollywood Sign could get even worse under a proposal being considered by the Los Angeles City Council.
Vintage Police Car Parade Rolls Through Hollywood Calling all cop car buffs: the annual "10-4 Day" Parade featuring classic police patrol cars rolled through Hollywood Thursday.
'Agents Of Nature' App Launched For Children To Explore Griffith ParkLos Angeles' first free nature mobile app will be launched Monday at Griffith Park.
Trail Head To Hollywood Sign Temporarily ClosedA popular trail head to the Hollywood Sign will be closed for more than a month so that crews can install a new gate to prevent trespassers at night.
City Councilman To Hold 'Holiday Movie Night' In Griffith Park It may be chilly outside, but one City Councilman is hoping residents will come out Friday for the city's 1st Annual Family Holiday Movie Night in Griffith Park.
Councilman Calls For Plan After Coyote Kills Dog In Hancock ParkCity officials were considering a plan to ask wildlife experts to help with a growing coyote presence in an upscale Los Angeles neighborhood.
Food Truck That Feeds Homeless Could Be Forced To Move From Streets Of HollywoodThe Los Angeles City Council is considering new regulations that could potentially shut down a food truck that has been feeding the hungry on the streets of Hollywood for more than 25 years.