Thanks to a 1978 city proposition, the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics ended with a $232.5 million surplus, which helped fund youth sports organizations throughout the city.
There was a time, not too long ago, when "mentally deficient" or "feebleminded" people were sterilized against their will.
The world is not a free expression-type of place. In America, how are journalists and others allowed to be citizen watchdogs and activists?
Constant flooding of the L.A. River prompted the city to pass a law that essentially buried it underneath concrete.
With the Porter-Cologne act of 1969, the state gained all control of water use and quality. What did that mean for water-thirsty Los Angeles?
Redistricting public hearing for Council District 1 with Councilmember Ed Reyes scheduled tomorrow.