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The City of West Hollywood responded to the U.S. Supreme Court's Decision, which permits implementation of transgender military ban. The discriminatory ban prevent transgender people from serving openly in the Military with condemnation. The 5-4 decision to decline hearing...
Eleven candidates are running for three West Hollywood City Council seats in the upcoming General Municipal Election. All candidates have been invited to participate in a WeHo forum hosted by the West Hollywood Chamber of Commerce on January 29,...
The second man to die in the home of former Democratic donor Ed Buck, has been identified as 55-year-old Timothy Dean. He was employee at Saks Fifth Avenue in Beverly Hills and also has a gay porn past under...
A group of about 100 protestors gathered outside the West Hollywood apartment of former Democratic donor Ed Buck, to express their outrage over the recent development that a second man was found dead in his home on Laurel Ave., on...
West Hollywood council member Lauren Meister and WeHo Mayor Pro-Tempore John D'Amico, introduced a City item requesting the Los Angeles World Airports to consider renaming Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) in honor of President Barack Obama. The background and analysis...
Former West Hollywood Mayor and council member Jeffrey Prang, was sworn in for a second term as the 27th Assessor of Los Angeles County on December 3, 2018. He took an oath before a crowd of more than 500...
The Protect Mueller Rally staged at West Hollywood Park last night had a decent turnout of about 200 protesters. Many felt the number of those gathered were impressive, considering it was a last-minute call to send a message to...
Protesters are gathering all across the nation for a Mueller Protection Rapid Response rally via MoveOn Civic Action group. Americans are sending the Trump Administration a message that Donald Trump is not above the law. Cities all across the...
"WE WON!" WeHo Mayor John Jude Duran, posted on his Facebook timeline this morning following yesterday's November 6 elections in which Democrats won back control of the House of Representatives, but lost seats in the Senate. Below are his remarks...
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