Nick Mora made sure that California would play for the Little League World Series championship.
The conference announced the decision Wednesday after university presidents approved the new moniker earlier in the day.
The nation’s largest teacher pension fund took the first step Wednesday toward divesting from companies that make guns and high-capacity ammunition magazines that are illegal in California.
A 24-year-old Pomona man’s alleged violent Facebook threats against Los Angeles elementary school students in December have been made public.
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to support the reinstatement of a 1994 federal ban on assault weapons in the wake of the Newtown, Conn., elementary school massacre.
Los Angeles Unified School District campuses reopened Monday after winter break Monday with tighter security in the wake of the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut.
Huge crowds are expected this weekend at the first local gun show since the Newtown shootings.
A crusade against toy guns that began in 1987 is being re-launched following the elementary school shooting in Connecticut that left dozens dead.
A local nurse is praying for a Christmas miracle. Linda West has been asked by a Sandy Hook Elementary crisis counselor to prepare hundreds of plush toys for the children affected by the shooting massacre in Connecticut, and she needs help.
New York Giants receiver Victor Cruz has visited the home of the 6-year-old Connecticut shooting victim who was buried in a replica Cruz jersey.
Are the weapons that were used in the Conn. school shooting sold in Southern California?
A Northridge man paid for 100 cups of coffee to be given to the grieving residents of Newtown, Conn., on Monday.
Anaheim was one of the many cities Monday remembering last week’s massacre that ended so many young lives at a Connecticut elementary school.
A number of aid organizations and local mental health professionals are galvanizing to help those affected by the Connecticut school shooting and asking for the public’s financial support.
LAPD Chief Charlie Beck announced a new program Monday to increase security at more than 600 L.A. schools in the wake of the school massacre in Newtown, Conn.