July 6 | CBS LA
An auto shop class funded by local car dealers is making a difference for young men who’ve had more than their share of struggles. Brian Kies is a teacher at the student auto shop on campus at Optimist Youth Homes & Family Services in Highland Park. The school is a home and a high school that specializes in outreach to teens who’ve faced serious challenges.
June 27 | Deadline
The Los Angeles City Council today voted unanimously to approve the the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art, George and Mellody Barnes’ $1.5 billion project to be built in Exposition Park next to the L.A. Memorial Coliseum and USC, where Lucas went to film school.
June 27 | SoCal Patch
Companies seeking contracts with Los Angeles would have to publicly disclose if they are also submitting bids to build President Donald Trump's border wall, according to a motion approved by a City Council committee Monday.
June 26 | NPR
Los Angeles is the only major American city where street vending is illegal, but that will soon change. A campaign to legalize the city's sidewalk sellers, which has been in the works for years, is finally gaining strength from President Trump — or rather, from local resistance to his immigration policies.
June 19 | CNBC
Elon Musk has had "promising conversations" with Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti about his plans to build a tunnel network under the city, but acknowledged getting a permit for such a project is harder than creating the technology itself.
June 19 | City News Service
Activists calling on Los Angeles to divest its funds from Wells Fargo bank over its financial support of the Dakota Access pipeline called off a planned appearance at City Hall Monday after being told the issue will be taken up by a City Council committee later this month.
June 14 | CBSLA.com
A Los Angeles City Council committee will continue Wednesday night to explore a controversial proposal to replace Columbus Day with what would be called Indigenous Peoples Day.
June 12 | L.A. Times
The mayors of Los Angeles and Long Beach signed an agreement Monday directing the nation's largest port complex to reduce air pollution by moving toward zero-emission trucks and yard equipment.
June 13 | SoCal Patch
The Los Angeles City Council Tuesday tentatively approved an ordinance to grant tax relief to city farmers and encourage them to transform empty lots into urban farms.