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L.A. NOWThe Los Angeles City Council wants to know how much it would cost to create dedicated places inside municipal buildings for new mothers to breastfeed. On a 12-0 vote, the council agreed to obtain a study on the feasibility of......
L.A. NOWA Los Angeles City Council panel forged ahead today with plans for creating a new watchdog at the Department of Water and Power, despite vigorous objections from that agency’s top executive. The council’s Energy and Environment Committee asked its...
L.A. UnleashedThe Los Angeles City Council's Public Safety Committee gave its stamp of approval today to a proposal that would require all lost pets reclaimed at area animal shelters to be microchipped before returning home with their owners. Should the proposal......
L.A. City Council considers requiring pet owners to implant microchips in their recovered dogs and catsL.A. NOWThe Los Angeles City Council is considering requiring owners to implant microchip IDs in their lost dogs and cats when they pick them up from area shelters. Linda J. Barth, assistant general manager for L.A. Animal Services, said area animal......
La PlazaFive Los Angeles City Council members this week pledged to donate $2,000 each to help storm victims in El Salvador. Council Members Jose Huizar, Eric Garcetti (council president), Ed Reyes, Tony Cardenas and Richard Alarcon promised a donation totaling...
L.A. NOWA key committee of the Los Angeles City Council voted today to seek a law banning veterinarians from declawing cats, saying the procedure constituted cruelty to animals. The council’s Public Safety Committee unanimously recommended that City Atty....
L.A. Times Tech BlogThe Los Angeles City Council- voted unanimously today to outsource its e-mail system to Google Inc, a making it the largest city in the nation to have made such a move, and granting the Web search giant a victory in its quest to become a software provider...
L.A. NOWThe Los Angeles City Council is expected to offer a $50,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those who killed a baby boy in Van Nuys over the weekend. Councilman Tony Cardenas, who represents the district,......
As Google and Microsoft battle for dominance in technology, a skirmish in Los Angeles City Hall is offering a rare public glimpse into a rivalry that could help determine the fortunes of both companies -- and, quite possibly, how workers in the future...
LOS ANGELES -- Cheers and applause erupted at City Hall today as the Los Angeles City Council voted to continue construction of the Pachyderm Forest at the zoo, despite calls from opponents to abandon the project and move the zoo's lone elephant to a...
Tags: Celebrities, Trials, Bob Barker, Lily Tomlin, Litigation
LOS ANGELES -- An L.A. city councilman wants to send the elephants packing, trunk and all. Councilman Tony Cardenas said Tuesday he wants the Los Angeles Zoo to close its $40 million elephant exhibit, which is currently under construction, and instead...
Tags: KTLA, San Fernando, Los Angeles, Elephant (animal), Tom LaBonge
Gang violence is to Los Angeles politics as the weather is to conversation: Everybody talks about it, and nobody ever does anything about it. Policing occasionally provides a temporary surcease, as it did last week when a drive-by murder next to a...
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