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The lawsuit claims the city used taxpayer money to carry out the illegal act of destroying public records.
Police did not say what prompted both officers to open fire.
Santa Clarita man will be arraigned this afternoon
A life-sized statue appeared near Soap-Plant on Hollywood Boulevard as well as in NY, Seattle, San Francisco and Cleveland.
Washington D.C. transportation group says about $3,000 a year and 80 hours of traffic delays and 83% of area roads are poor or mediocre.
Our Reporter Andrew Davis's first video on Beachwood Canyon and Hollywood Sign Tourism Issues
Cameras aren't a panacea, but they do impact the conduct of those wearing them
Some say the commission was 'romanced' by the Gehry name.
Possible gap in service while decision is made. Decision makers ask has PATH helped homelessness in local areas?
$1.2 billion homeless housing plan lacks crucial funding for social services. The plan will appear on the November ballot, requesting voter approval for the city to issue $1.2 billion in municipal bonds that will primarily finance 7,000-10,000 permanent supportive housing units.
The possible designation of the Disney home as historic comes shortly after the city denied historic status to a sci-fi legend's former home on Russell Avenue
Non-residents would be limited to two hours Monday through Friday, with no parking on Saturdays and Sundays.

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1st Amendment Coalition Files Lawsuit vs. City

The lawsuit claims the city used taxpayer money to carry out the illegal act of destroying public records.

Girlfriend IDs Man Killed After LAPD Fears “Bayonet-style” Weapon

Police did not say what prompted both officers to open fire.

Eastside Sexual Assault Suspect Facing 7 Felonies

Santa Clarita man will be arraigned this afternoon

Los Feliz Installation of Trump Naked Statue

A life-sized statue appeared near Soap-Plant on Hollywood Boulevard as well as in NY, Seattle, San Francisco and Cleveland.

What That Pothole Actually Costs You

Washington D.C. transportation group says about ,000 a year and 80 hours of traffic delays and 83% of area roads are poor or mediocre.

$35K Reward Expected for Serial Sexual Assault Suspect

"This suspect, we believe, has the potential to carry out a more serious crime," a LAPD Lt. said.

Andrew Davis: Hollywood Sign and Beachwood Tourism Concerns

Our Reporter Andrew Davis's first video on Beachwood Canyon and Hollywood Sign Tourism Issues

Responding to A Cycle of Violence in our Nation 

Cameras aren't a panacea, but they do impact the conduct of those wearing them

Gehry Design for Sunset Blvd. Approved by City Commission

Some say the commission was 'romanced' by the Gehry name.

Hearing Scheduled for Gehry Designed Complex

A hearing before the city’s planning commission is scheduled for July 28th regarding 8150 Sunset, a five-building, 334,000 square-foot residential...

PATH Contract to Expire, Renewal Uncertain

Possible gap in service while decision is made. Decision makers ask has PATH helped homelessness in local areas?

Franklin Hills Annexation Revived by Ryu

The Franklin Hills Residents Assoc. seeks to extend the boundaries of Franklin Hills into part of Los Feliz.

Ranch Sues City over Sign Tourism 

The Beachwood Drive trailhead is also the ranch's driveway. Owners claim city's gate is on their land. The ranch’s lawsuit claims that these actions have resulted in a “substantial decline in business.”

Homeless Bond Half-Baked, Lacking Critical Services

.2 billion homeless housing plan lacks crucial funding for social services. The plan will appear on the November ballot, requesting voter approval for the city to issue .2 billion in municipal bonds that will primarily finance 7,000-10,000 permanent supportive housing units.

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