The Los Angeles City Council has directed City Attorney Hydee Feldstein Soto to investigate whether Texas Gov.
A Ninth Circuit ruling that banned many cities from enforcing anti-camping laws could finally be taken up by the U.S.
He was one of the most powerful politicians in Los Angeles. Now he's headed to federal prison for the next three and a half years.
The allegations are frightening and appalling.
Former Anaheim Mayor Harry Sidhu has agreed to a guilty plea in the corruption scheme involving the now defunct Angel Stadium land deal.
Burke Public Law Update: Court Rules Commercial Cannabis Businesses Are Similar To Current Land Uses And Covered By City’s General Plan EIR
In Lucas v. City of Pomona, the Court of Appeal, Second District, recently held that proposed land uses relating to commercial cannabis businesses are similar to existing and defined land uses within a zoning ordinance district and do not require additional environmental review under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA).
A former La Habra, California police chief was convicted Thursday in connection with the January 6, 2021 attack on the U.S. Capitol.
California’s affordable housing crisis has forced countless residents out of their homes and neighborhoods. As an unfolding drama in Ojai reminds us, elected officials are not immune.
A former Milpitas city manager has filed a claim for damages against the city, three months after council members declined to renew his contract.