California Assembly Approves Bill Banning Confederate Names California lawmakers have advanced a bill to ban schools, parks and public property from being named after elected leaders or senior military officers of the Confederacy. Inglewood Gets $8M Grant To Soundproof 200 Homes Congresswoman Maxine Waters says an $8 million federal grant has been awarded to the city of Inglewood to soundproof about 200 buildings in the flight path at Los Angeles International Airport.
‘It’s My Hair, I Swear’ Insists Trump In Responding To LA Radio Show Host’s Nickname Key Committee Fails To Take Up California Minimum Wage Bill Planned Parenthood Alleges ‘Smear’ in Letter To Congress Bill Requires Prosecution Of Transferred Immigrants Los Angeles Projects $161M Surplus For Olympics Now Clear For Takeoff: LA City Council OKs Uber, Lyft To Pick Up Passengers At LAX Immigration Lawyer Says She Was Barred From Adelanto Detention Center Lawmaker Says Drone Trespassing Crime Bill Would Target ‘People Up To No Good’
California DOJ To Unveil Website With Law Enforcement Data The California Department of Justice is unveiling a state-run website to provide data on law enforcement's interactions with the public. Long Beach Shopping Center To Receive Multi-Million Dollar Makeover A multi-million dollar plan to revamp a shopping center in Long Beach will be announced on Wednesday.
Pursuit Suspect Arrested After Crashing Vehicle Near Lynwood High School Search Continues For Police Impersonator Who Assaulted Woman In Duarte Three Suspects Wanted In Connection With Deadly Shooting In Commerce Firefighter, Nurse Recovering After Being Stabbed At Boyle Heights Hospital Man Perched Atop Fullerton Roof In Custody After Holding Authorities At Bay For Hours Hollywood Resident Frustrated By ‘Uneven Road’ Takes To YouTube To Make His Case Class-Action Suit Accuses Some LA Restaurants Of Price-Fixing Firefighter, 2 Hospital Employees Stabbed Inside Emergency Room In Boyle Heights