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Officials in Leesville have taken the first step toward development of a residential and commercial area on the city's outskirts.
An ordinance that gradually increases the minimum wage in Seattle to $15 an hour was approved Thursday by a City Council committee, setting up a full council vote next week.
Los Angeles city leaders are investigating accusations that some city street crews have been taking extended breaks while on the job instead of repairing potholes and sidewalks.
It was all Drake, all the time - at least for most of the five hours the Colorado Springs Utilities Board spent Wednesday at its monthly meeting discussing the power plant that was crippled by a May 5 fire.
The Diamondhead Taxpayers Association has gathered 160 signed objections to the city's notice to issue a $1.28 million public bond to buy the former church building it has been using as City Hall.
A small-town Kansas mayor faces an August recall vote after critics say she violated the state's open meetings law and doesn't get along well with most City Council members.
Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson led the City Council in approving a $477 million arena for the Kings NBA franchise late Tuesday and immediately hailed the project for raising the city's profile.
Portland voters soundly rejected a proposal to take the management of water and sewers away from the City Council.
Hundreds of Fort Wayne city workers and others booed at times as City Council members discussed proposals to scale back or eliminate collective bargaining for city employees.