Pasadena Debating Whether To Raise Minimum Wage Only weeks after the city and county of Los Angeles took the lead, the Pasadena lawmakers are making a move towards increasing the city's minimum wage. Special Olympic Games Kick Off In LA The First Lady said the athletes were an example to the millions of people watching the event on television.
Judge: US Violates Agreement In Detention Of Immigrant Kids Only On 9: Vernon Mother Says Exide Plant Has Poisoned The Area For Children Clinton To Seek Celebrity Support At Fundraiser Hosted By Pop Producer Scooter Braun California To Review Video Targeting Planned Parenthood Some ‘Sanctuary Cities’ Don’t Enforce Federal Immigration Policies For Fear Of Lawsuits Sheriff: New California Law Plays Significant Role In Crime Rise Clinton Coming To LA On 3-State Fundraising Swing Wisconsin Gov. Walker To Headline GOP Convention In Anaheim
Lifeguard Attacked Along Crowded Venice Pier In Confrontation That Was Caught On Video Three people are under arrest in connection with an attack on a lifeguard at the Venice Pier, authorities said. Thai Workers Finally Living ‘The American Dream’ 20 Years After Sweatshop Raid It was about 20 years ago - Aug. 2, 1995 - when a task force raided a seven-unit residential property in El Monte.
Long Beach Residents Losing Patience After Experiencing Another Power Outage Cancer Survivor Who Had Section Of Face Removed Strives To ‘Live Like A Warrior’ Actor Leslie Jordan Confronts Men Yelling Anti-Gay Slurs At WeHo Starbucks ‘Blue Moon’ To Grace Skies Friday In Rare Phenomenon Video Captures Moments Before Aircraft Bound For LAX Was Forced To Land On Tiny Island Southland Communities Conserve Water, Face Rate Hikes L.A. Kitchen In Lincoln Heights Is Empowering Entrepreneurs Pacoima Residents Celebrate Opening Of New Plaza