Struggling teen clothing retailer American Apparel will reportedly cut jobs and shut down stores in a $30 million cost-cutting effort.
Data show less than a third of the farmers, water districts and communities responded to the broadest conservation order for those with nearly ironclad water rights by the State Water Resources Control Board.
With Los Angeles voters just weeks away from heading to the polls, some City Council members are vowing to take a pay cut if elected.
Studio executives are expected to officially announce layoffs at the studio, although the timing and exact number of cuts was unclear, according to reports Monday.
A top city official Tuesday called for more security in Griffith Park in the wake of an assault that left one victim severely injured.
California State University, Los Angeles, is set to hire over two dozen new full-time faculty members, officials announced Monday.
More than 50 Los Angeles-based Uber drivers assembled in a North Hollywood parking lot Tuesday night to voice their displeasure with continued cuts in their takehome pay.
The victims both suffered deep cuts and lacerations.
Teachers want officials to restore pay cuts and boost the number of nurses, librarians and other key positions as part of a proposed $6.8 billion budget plan for the coming school year.
Cal State Long Beach and other CSU campuses statewide will hire hundreds of new faculty members to help make up for massive cutbacks during the recession, officials said Monday.
Disney Interactive, a video game and digital media subsidiary of The Walt Disney Co., is eliminating about 700 jobs, according to reports Thursday.
Budget cuts in the Los Angeles Unified School District have left roughly half of its elementary and middle schools without librarians.
Executives at Sony Entertainment may be considering $100 million in cuts that could result in overhead cuts and layoffs, according to a report Monday.
The U.S. Navy Blue Angels flying squadron arrived in Lancaster Thursday ahead of the first-ever Los Angeles County Air Show set for early next year.
Los Angeles court officials will layoff or cut 539 jobs, likely resulting in long lines and reduced services.