LA City Council Will Revote on Banning Homeless Encampments Near Schools

The LA City Council is expected to ban homeless encampments near schools Tuesday in a revote. This issue has been a heated and controversial issue. Protestors and homeless advocates shut down last week’s meeting. Enforcement is going to be the biggest problem said the LA City Council President, Nury Martinez. She also says that more … Read more

LA’s Historic Hollyhock House is Reopening in August So Get Ready

Los Angeles’ historic Hollyhock House will reopen to the public on Aug. 18, city officials announced. LA City Councilman Mitch O’Farrell and the Department of Cultural Affairs will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony that day to celebrate the return of in-person, self-guided tours. The Department of Cultural Affairs will also host a house lawn party on … Read more

New LA City Council Motion is Set to Help Improve Hate Crime Reporting

The LA City Council passed a motion Friday aimed at improving the city’s systems for people who need to report hate crimes, citing a disparity between the number of such crimes reported to law enforcement and the number reported to the nonprofit Stop AAPI Hate. The effort was led by Councilwoman Nithya Raman, who introduced … Read more

Eunisses Hernandez Widens Lead Over Gil Cedillo for District 1

More election results were released Friday showing community activist and public policy advocate Eunisses Hernandez widening her lead and moving closer to victory over Councilman Gil Cedillo in the race to represent LA City Council District 1. The race includes only two candidates and will be decided once all votes are counted. As of Friday … Read more