Arcadia school officials have agreed to a settlement in a case of alleged discrimination against a transgender student based on the student’s sex, federal prosecutors said Wednesday.
A coalition of attorneys says the LAUSD has yet to publicly address the exact number, and identities of, teachers and administrators who have been “credibly accused of abusing children” within the school district.
After languishing for nearly two decades, the once-vibrant Westwood Village is desperate to make a comeback.
A Los Angeles elementary school teacher who scored a surprise upset win on Election Night says she’s ready to make an impact for students.
Residents and businesses in Pasadena and other foothill communities were being asked on Wednesday to reduce their water consumption while a major water pipeline is taken out of service.
Attorneys representing nearly three dozen children and parents in the Miramonte Elementary child abuse case announced the filing of a new lawsuit Tuesday.
The race for the next District Attorney of Los Angeles County could end up making history.
The congressional race between Howard Berman and Brad Sherman for a newly-created 30th District seat has gotten increasingly competitive – and physical.
A 7-year-old autistic boy was back home with his mother on Friday after being taken to Mexico City by his father in a custody battle.
Regulators found 343 pieces of toxic jewelry with lead and cadmium concentrations — some as high as 1,000 times than levels deemed safe for consumers.
A vote on Thursday to approve the Los Angeles Unified School District budget for next year faces stiff opposition from the district’s own superintendent.
Lawmakers have approved SB1530 that would allow school boards to directly dismiss teachers instead of deferring to a disciplinary commission.
A statewide ban on the executions of California inmates by lethal injection faced its strongest challenge yet on Thursday.
School board officials believe that unless lowered standards are implemented, there could be a flood of dropouts in as little as 4 years.
Three years ago, the nation’s second largest school district made a stunning admission — it was failing thousands of kids and invited charter organizations to take over low-performing and brand-new schools.