Tensions are high over the weekend shooting of two deputies.
Public health authorities are cracking down on a holiday activity where the age group least at risk of COVID-19 walks around outside wearing masks.
Abolishing fares could lead to even more federal aid for L.A. Metro, which has already received a $861.9 million bailout this year.
Was the L.A. District Attorney's Husband Acting in Self-Defense When He Threatened to Shoot Protesters on His Porch?
David Lacey faces three misdemeanor assault charges that hinge on whether he reasonably believed he and his wife were in danger.
Los Angeles Will Shut Off People's Utilities For Hosting Parties, Not For Failing To Pay Their Utility Bills
Mayor Eric Garcetti's plan to shut off utility service to violators of bans on private gatherings poses grave civil liberties and due process concerns.
Police Agencies in New York and Los Angeles Drag Their Feet over Body Camera Footage and Misconduct Records
Efforts to force sunlight into police conduct have been thwarted by noncompliance.
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Mayors are imposing curfews and governors are deploying the National Guard in response to anti-police-abuse protests.
Evidence that the virus is much less deadly than people feared weakens the case for maintaining lockdowns.
The tests indicate that the number of infections in the county is around 40 times as high as the number of confirmed cases.
First, they didn't have grocery permits. Now they are not allowed to take any walk-ins.
"You cannot just decide you want to sell groceries," said Barbara Ferrer, the director of L.A. County Public Health.
The mandates would be retroactive, potentially punishing businesses for violating rules they did not even know existed.
District Attorney Jackie Lacey faces re-election today against a tough field calling for more criminal justice reforms.
Gil Cedillo, city councilmember, has introduced a motion asking the city to study its options for seizing the 124-unit Hillside Villa.
High permit fees and unprepared bureaucrats get in the way of delicious street tacos and bacon dogs.
In the midst of a housing crisis, L.A. politicians have decided to limit their own incentives to allow more housing construction.
Los Angeles County saw disease outbreaks and 1,000 homeless deaths last year.
The Los Angeles Department of Transportation's data-sharing requirements for dockless mobility companies have been criticized for invading users' privacy and violating state law.
Los Angeles is spending $600,000 per unit on building affordable and supportive housing for homeless residents.
Chicago, Los Angeles, and New York City all have some easily identifiable management problems.
The AIDS Healthcare Foundation is suing to prevent Amoeba Music's Hollywood location from becoming a 200-unit apartment building.
Owners painted the house bright pink and added two funny emojis after neighbors complained about illegal Airbnb rentals.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti doesn't like President Donald Trump's insults, but does want more money from his administration.
Why do elected officials keep pushing the same damn lies about the economic impact of publicly funded sports events?
High taxes and slow bureaucracy keeps the black market alive.
L.A. Officials Use Olympics as Cover to Spend $26 Billion on Transit Projects That Have Little to Do With the Games
The government suggestsnew taxes on ridesharing and electric scooters to pay for them.
There's no reason for taxpayers to finance athletic colosseums, and the Rams are providing a model for the next era of new stadiums.
The district's budget is broken, and the latest deal with the unions will make it worse.
That's on top of massive long-term debts for retiree health care benefits.
They demanded higher salaries. The real problem: A disconnect between what teachers see in their paychecks and what employers are actually paying them.
How a heavily subsidized Culver City development became the nation's most expensive affordable housing project.
The LAUSD has seen a 16 percent jump in administrative staffers since 2004-and per pupil spending has been marching steadily upwards.
The punishment would certainly not fit the crime.
A heavily abused program breaks the limits of what the IRS allows, leaving taxpayers even further on the hook.
Creating more food waste to help the environment
Alex Villanueva openly wants to get rid of constitutional policing advisors and to conceal names of bad deputies from prosecutors.
After years of conflict and erratic enforcement, Los Angeles finally passes a formal plan to allow street vending.
Neighborhood groups had sued to stop Musk's Boring Company from digging a tunnel underneath wealthy neighborhoods in West Los Angeles.
81 Percent of Homes in the San Francisco Metro Area Are Worth More Than $1 Million. That's Not Normal.
Restrictions on the supply of new housing are making California's cities increasingly unaffordable.
What could possibly go wrong?