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.
A fresh round of layoff notices will be delivered on Friday to hundreds of Los Angeles County court employees.
A controversial cost-cutting plan to reassign Los Angeles firefighters will be called off after a vote to approve $1.6 million in overtime costs.
Hundreds of school cafeteria workers and other LAUSD employees Tuesday protested the district’s decision to end a program that provides breakfast to students directly in the classroom.
A popular annual event at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory is the latest program to fall victim to federal budget cuts.
A federal budget fight will keep a U.S. Navy warship from docking in San Pedro for this year’s Los Angeles Navy Days.
The U.S. Navy has grounded its most popular air show.
The Federal Aviation Administration Friday announced the first wave of air traffic control towers to be closed because of sequestration cuts
The defeat of a proposed half-cent sales tax increase sent officials at City Hall scrambling Wednesday to determine the next step in trimming the city’s $200 million deficit.
It may take a few days, but the impact of automatic across-the-board budget cuts in Washington could soon make an impact in the Southland.
Small business owners across the Southland were preparing for reductions in staffing and other economic challenges after automatic federal budget cuts began taking effect Friday.
Hours before federal spending cuts were set to go into effect, the impact was already beginning to be felt Thursday along the U.S.- Mexico border and in California prisons.
Several local agencies are already preparing for less money from the federal government come Friday.