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Stories by David Wagner
A new state law puts an end to the requirement that low-income and homeless housing developers obtain a "letter of acknowledgement" from local council members.
The initiative would raise wages to $18 an hour by 2022 for employers receiving subsidies from the city. But Anaheim's city attorney says Disneyland isn't covered.
Married couples can transfer ownership of their homes and not trigger a costly reassessment. But some same-sex couples have not been getting that benefit.
The '90s rap mogul was originally facing murder after running over two men with his truck, killing one of them, and fleeing the scene in Jan. 2015.
Workers in the case say they were paid as little as $5.50 an hour to provide round-the-clock care for elderly and disabled patients in their homes.
Garcetti toured Aerojet Rocketdyne's manufacturing facility. He met with workers building rockets that have taken NASA to the moon, and could one day power a manned mission to Mars.
Wheels are on the list of $200 billion worth of Chinese goods subject to new 10 percent tariffs. That's bad news for Fullerton-based Ultra Wheel.
Despite efforts to crack down on illegal pot businesses, many shops in LA remain open. Now, the city is considering turning off their water and power.
Gender pay equity advocates say California has strong policies in place, such as the state’s paid family leave law.
By many measures, California's economy is doing great. But nearly one in five Californians — or roughly 7.5 million residents — still live in poverty.
We're now more than eight months into California's legalization of recreational marijuana. But there are still illegal pot shops all over Los Angeles.
Homelessness touches every part of Los Angeles County. But the problems aren't the same in every city.
California doesn't define homelessness as a protected class in the workplace.
In recent weeks, it looked like Bird could have been banned from its hometown. But on Thursday, Santa Monica decided to let Bird stay.
China is the Port of LA's biggest trading partner. And some local tech startups — including electric scooter company Bird — rely on Chinese imports.