In the face of a continuing drought, Gov. Jerry Brown and legislative leaders introduced emergency drought legislation today aimed at expediting $1 billion in water-related projects.
Authorities today sought public help to find the hit- and-run motorist responsible for critically injuring an 87-year-old woman who was trying to cross a street near USC in a crosswalk.
Ten campuses in Los Angeles County were named today as Model Continuation High Schools by the state Department of Education.
The Los Angeles City Council's Planning and Land Use Management Committee today green-lighted temporary restrictions in 20 neighborhoods aimed at stopping the construction of mansion-like homes that are unusually large for their lots.
(CNS) Posted Thursday, March 12 – 1:27 p.m. LOS ANGELES (CNS) – Gang prosecutor Elan Carr announced today his candidacy for the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors’ Fifth District seat. Carr, an Iraq War veteran, last year ran an unsuccessful bid for the 33rd Congressional District seat vacated by Henry Waxman. During the 2016 […]
Kathryn Barger told The Tribune exclusively Tuesday that she definitely will enter the race to succeed 5th District Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich. Term limits will force Antonovich to leave office in 2016. Antonovich has endorsed Barger for the seat on the Board of Supervisors.
Beginning today, travelers at Los Angeles International Airport may have to deal with some flight delays thanks to a three-year construction project that will require rolling closures of the airport's runways.
Actor Harrison Ford crashed a World War II-era single- engine plane today on a Venice golf course just west of Santa Monica Airport and was taken to a hospital in fair to moderate condition.
The homeless man who was killed by Los Angeles police in a videotaped shooting on Skid Row was identified by the coroner's office today as 43-year-old Charley Leundeu Keunang.
(CNS) Posted Wednesday, March 4 – 6:11 p.m. LOS ANGELES – City Councilman-elect Marqueece Harris-Dawson said today even he was stunned by the low turnout during Tuesday’s election, during which voters chose him to succeed termed-out Councilman Bernard Parks in the 8th District. While the preliminary turnout citywide was 8.6 percent — a number that’s […]