Buses have been fare-free during the pandemic, but the Metro Board of Directors may soon end this program. Citizens who rely on public transportation are speaking out.
Community organizing led to a wave of progressives taking over LA neighborhood councils, normally dominated by NIMBYs.
Sunrise LA Youth Chapter demanded a meeting regarding the ‘Civilian Climate Corps’ — and received a small but unsatisfactory response.
The community-led effort to supply people who are incarcerated with literature is gaining steam as their donation deadline approaches.
Residents of Sportsmen’s Lodge face eviction — they’ve responded with a statement and list of demands.
Tomorrow, ANSWER Los Angeles is hosting an anti-corporate Pride event to fight Rainbow Capitalism and bring Pride back to its roots.
Threat of gentrification in Boyle Heights mobilizes tenants in a decades-long struggle.
LADWP fails at an “equitable” process after extremely low turnout at LA100 “community engagement” meetings.
When will LA transition to 100% clean energy? That depends on City Council.
Friends of the LA River asks you to comment on the LA River Master Plan Update.