In February, graduate student workers will vote on forming the first academic worker union at LA's wealthiest university.
Culver City Council introduced an ordinance that is set to ban tent encampments, without providing services or housing for their unhoused population.
Reviewing a big week at Los Angeles City Council, previewing the week to come.
The Public Safety Committee will vote on the notorious “quadruped unmanned ground vehicles” Tuesday afternoon. One committee member calls them “dystopian.”
The gunman was found dead in a Torrance parking lot the following day.
We’re saying thank you and goodbye to 2022 and welcoming 2023’s opportunities.
“Until LAPD restores faith in our communities, a visible presence at public meetings must not be encouraged,” Black city planners urge LA’s planning director.
Two shootings and one death in custody lead to calls for more mental health professionals working with LAPD. Other city officials are asking for unarmed professionals.
The fatal shooting of Elena Lopez and Orellana Peralta was not the first incident that led Jones' supervisor to question his actions while responding to a call.
In yet another LA River Folly, City Council is forgoing sustainability and putting lives at risk to enrich Nury Martinez's friends and placate Olympic organizers.