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Officials with the Los Angeles teachers union may be inching closer to a potential strike following remarks made a union official, according to reports.
Wilshire Boulevard reopened Monday after an officer-involved shooting at a pro-Israeli rally closed it down overnight for a investigation.
A grassroots effort to keep chain stores out of the city of Malibu is set for a critical vote Monday night.
Security dogs will continue to sniff students at Newport Beach and Costa Mesa schools after school officials voted this week to renew a $27,000 contract, according to reports.
A judge Friday placed former Bell City Councilman George Mirabal on five years probation and ordered him to serve about one year in jail for bilking taxpayers through an inflated salary.
Federal law enforcement agents Thursday targeted an ambulance company in Atwater Village, but officials could not immediately reveal the reason for the raid, according to reports.
An Orange County Congressman said Thursday he is “disappointed” but “hopeful” that a U.S. Marine jailed in Mexico could return home soon despite a court ruling.
Police Thursday sought the public’s help in finding vandals who apparently uprooted dozens of fruit trees planted by a group of Southland students in MacArthur Park.
Jurors awarded about $18 million in damages to Giants fan Bryan Stow in a verdict that found negligence of the Dodgers organization caused “substantial harm” to Stow.
Officials with a Vernon battery recycling plant have agreed to implement tough new pollution control standards after elevated lead levels were found in the soil at dozens of nearby homes.
Solitary confinement opponents have filed a lawsuit hoping to get state officials to release thousands of documents about the use of “isolated segregation” in California prisons.
A beleaguered Southland schools chief was reportedly fired Tuesday night over allegations of excessive pay.
City officials and Southland business leaders Tuesday joined AEG executives to announce the company’s expansion and new investments in Los Angeles.
If your lunch seems a little more expensive than it used to be, analysts say just blame it on the rain – or lack thereof.
Dozens of protesters descended on the store’s grand opening following last week’s controversial Supreme Court decision.
Councilman Dennis Zine presented KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO with a proclamation and cake in recognition of the station’s “Carmageddon” coverage.