LA City Council Takes Step Toward Divesting City Funds From Wells Fargo

LA City Council Takes Step Toward Divesting City Funds From Wells Fargo

The Los Angeles City Council took a step Tuesday toward divesting city funds from Wells Fargo over the bank's fake accounts scandal and its support of the Dakota Access Pipeline. ...

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L.A. City Controller Joins Finance Leaders from 11 Other Cities and States; Calls on President to Fully Fund Next Census

L.A. City Controller Joins Finance Leaders from 11 Other Cities and States; Calls on President to Fully Fund Next Census

Los Angeles City Controller Ron Galperin joined 11 fellow U.S. city and state controllers, comptrollers and treasurers in a letter calling on the White House to fully fund the U.S ...

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Activists Plan to Call on LA City Council to Shift Investments Away From Wells Fargo

Activists Plan to Call on LA City Council to Shift Investments Away From Wells Fargo

Several activists again plan to call on the L.A. City Council Monday to shift investments now managed by Wells Fargo Bank to another institution due to Wells' financial support of ...

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Giant Bat Signal Projected on Side of Los Angeles City Hall in Honor of Late Adam West

Giant Bat Signal Projected on Side of Los Angeles City Hall in Honor of Late Adam West

Late "Batman" actor Adam West was honored Thursday evening at Los Angeles City Hall, with officials lighting the side of the building with a 70-foot tall "bat signal." West, best ...

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City Council Debates Proposed Regulations on Airbnb and Other Short-Term Housing Rental Companies

City Council Debates Proposed Regulations on Airbnb and Other Short-Term Housing Rental Companies

A City Council Committee continued to debate proposed regulations for Airbnb and short-term housing rental companies Tuesday but made no decision and planned to pick up the issue ...

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Heat Wave Washes Over City, Fire Danger Imminent

Heat Wave Washes Over City, Fire Danger Imminent

A heat wave will begin washing over the Southland Tuesday, raising fears of wildfires and heat-related illnesses and promising to send temperatures into triple-digit territory in ...

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City of Malibu Blood Drive

City of Malibu Blood Drive

The City of Malibu is partnering with American Red Cross to host the annual blood drive on Thursday, June 8, 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM. The event will be held in the Multi-Purpose room a ...

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Los Angeles City Council Accepts Settlement in Da Vinci Apartments Arson Case

Los Angeles City Council Accepts Settlement in Da Vinci Apartments Arson Case

The City Council voted Tuesday to accept a $400,000 settlement in the lawsuit the city brought against the developer of the Da Vinci Apartments complex, much of which burned to th ...

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LA City Councilwoman Wonders Why Reports of Sexual Assaults in Immigrant Communities Has Dropped Since 2016 Election

LA City Councilwoman Wonders Why Reports of Sexual Assaults in Immigrant Communities Has Dropped Since 2016 Election

Los Angeles City Councilwoman Nury Martinez wants to know why reports of sexual assaults in immigrant communities have plummeted since Donald Trump became president and what the p ...

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City Council Close to Passing Ordinance Regulating Digital Billboards

City Council Close to Passing Ordinance Regulating Digital Billboards

The Los Angeles City Council is close to a long- sought ordinance that includes clear regulation for digital billboards and a way for the city to increase the revenue it collects ...

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