New regulations on public bike repair and sale spark expected controversy but pass anyway.
City Council expands a program providing free legal representation to immigrants, but also approves funding for a Business Improvement District that would unfortunately increase police surveillance.
Why did an LA protest over oil and gas investments by Chase Bank draw such a large police response?
Knock LA reporters Jon Peltz and Kathleen Gallagher have filed suit for violation of their constitutional rights.
The way federal police under a Democratic administration violently suppressed a pro-abortion protest could be chilling foreshadowing.
Several hundred people gathered to protest the Supreme Court’s
Roe v. Wade decision. Some were met with violence from local and federal police.
Nithya Raman fights to stop illegal rent increases while the LAPD offers a milquetoast apology for exploding 42 pounds of fireworks in a residential neighborhood last June.
This week, City Council settled an LAPD lawsuit, reimbursed FEMA for Project Roomkey, and banned flavored tobacco.
City Council nearly unanimously removes vaccine requirements for outdoor events, De Léon brags about his displacing 80 unhoused residents from Toriumi Plaza, and the council accepts $3.8 million more in LAPD funding.
CD 13 Councilmember Mitch O’Farrell said 209 EPL residents were placed in transitional shelter after the encampment sweep. A year later, only 17 made it to long-term housing.