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L.A. County’s jobs recovery picked up steam in September as the unemployment rate fell to 10.6 percent and 37,000 jobs were added to payrolls.
The Port of Los Angeles has released the names of eight developers that have expressed interested in redeveloping San Pedro’s Ports O’Call Village, a restaurant and retail development owned by the Port of Los Angeles. Ed Roski's Majestic Realty Co., which hopes to lure an NFL franchise to City of Industry, is on the list.
A Commerce Department agency has awarded the city of Los Angeles more than $2.1 million toward constructing and equipping the La Kretz Innovation Campus in downtown’s Clean Tech Corridor and Arts District.
Los Angeles City Controller Wendy Greuel said that she will launch an investigation of billing practices at the city’s Department of Building and Safety after an audit by her office found overcharging as well as undercharging.
The Los Angeles City Council on Tuesday voted to repeal a ban on medical marijuana storefront dispensaries.
Cadiz Inc., the Los Angeles company trying to pump and sell groundwater out of a remote Mojave Desert aquifer, has cleared another hurdle as San Bernardino County officials approved its plan.
City of L.A. sues to pin site cleanup on ex-owners
Former owners of steel distributorship hope to iron out clean-up responsibility with city of Los Angeles.
The Los Angeles City Council on Friday approved a series of agreements with Anschutz Entertainment Group to build a football stadium downtown and replace the West Hall of the Convention Center.
The plan to privatize operations of the Los Angeles Zoo has collapsed, officials with the non-profit Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association announced Thursday.
L.A. County businesses oppose the three major tax measures on the statewide November ballot, according to a survey released Thursday from the Los Angeles County Business Federation, or BizFed.
Ralphs Grocery Co. agreed to pay more than $1.1 million in a settlement with the City of Los Angeles Thursday for overcharging customers for food at deli counters and in other instances where the price of food is determined by its weight.
REAL ESTATE: Purchase of Legacy Partners tower stalls amid infighting.
Nearly a year after Long Beach harbor commissioners deadlocked on a plan to move port headquarters into a downtown office building, the port isn’t any closer to finding a new home.
The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce said that it engaged the law firm of Sheppard Mullin to intervene in lawsuits challenging the Hollywood Community Plan update.
Long Beach port expansion could sink businesses
Cargo expansion plans could torpedo a longtime eatery and other businesses at Long Beach port.
DEVELOPMENT: Council narrows field for pier project.
Redondo Beach is getting closer to picking a plan that would redo its expansive shorefront.