Construction workers including Latino immigrants and their supporters Thursday were expected to rally outside the offices of a Los Angeles developer to call on the firm to provide safer conditions to workers.
The city of Long Beach has its first Latino and openly gay mayor with the election of Councilman Robert Garcia.
For some of the men, the recognition will come more than 70 years after their acts of bravery and heroism.
Jury selection was set to begin Tuesday in an employment discrimination trial against the Westminster Police Department.
An Orange County Superior Court judge will allow a lawsuit claiming the elections process in the city of Anaheim leads to under-representation of Latinos on the City Council.
State demographers estimate that whites and Latinos are now an equal share of California’s population, with Latinos poised to become a plurality by early next year.
Civil rights activists and other community leaders called for hate crime charges on Monday against gang members suspected in attacks on a Compton black family and threats against other black residents.
Deputies fatally shot a knife-wielding suspect Thursday afternoon in Whittier, according to authorities.
Students at a high school in Victorville said violent fights have been breaking out between African-Americans and Latinos for the past two days.
The Anaheim City Council is holding a special meeting Wednesday to discuss whether to change the way they elect city leaders.
LéaLA is a cultural festival designed to encourage reading, promote Spanish literature and foster recognition of the Latino population and their customs. This extraordinary Book Fair is an opportunity for Latinos from all walks of […]
The number of older Asians and Hispanics in California is rising more than three times faster than that of older whites, creating a need for more health and social services for these populations, according to census data and interviews.
A motorcycle officer with the LAPD may lose his job after he was found guilty of racial profiling following an internal investigation.
Jonathan Schmidt is serving 180 days in jail for yelling “(expletive) Mexican, go back to Mexico!” and spitting at a Huntington Beach woman.
A political power struggle is building the heart of Los Angeles with Latino activists pushing county supervisors to approve another Latino district. But not everyone is behind the idea.