The Angels have called a press conference for Tuesday afternoon where they are expected to announce a contract extension with All-Star Jered Weaver.
Thousands of Southern California grocery workers are voting on whether to approve a health care proposal by major supermarket chains or to give union leaders power to call a strike.
Officials ended the deal after concluding that they were unable to get an accurate account of the number of benches with ads — or monies owed to the city.
Left wing Simon Gagne has agreed to terms on a two-year deal with the Los Angeles Kings. Gagne will make $7 million under the deal reached Saturday.
The approval is expected to save the city hundreds of millions of dollars over the next three years.
Jon Hamm, who plays 1960s advertising executive Draper on AMC’s “Mad Men,” has signed a new contract with series studio Lionsgate Television Group. Hamm’s publicist, Slate PR, said Tuesday that the deal keeps him with the show for three more years.
Dozens of grocery store workers marched from a Vons in Hollywood to an Albertson’s in Los Feliz to demand a fair and timely union contract while avoiding major health care increases.
Los Angeles Unified School District voted Tuesday to eliminate flavored milk from school lunch menus.
A California union for registered nurses says its membership has approved a contract with five University of California medical centers.
Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa ordered 42 furlough days for groups who rejected a proposed contract outline agreed to by 15 other labor groups.
CBS is responding to reports that Katie Couric is leaving her post as anchor of the network’s Evening News.
Tuesday afternoon, the Dodgers announced that right-handed pitcher Chad Billingsley signed a three-year contract extension, keeping him in Dodger Blue through the 2014 season.
The Writers Guild of America has agreed to a tentative deal with the studios.
With “friends” like Mickey Mouse and Uncle Sam jumping into the social networking game, who has time for enemies?
Conductor Gustavo Dudamel will be music director of the Los Angeles Philharmonic for at least eight more years.