Demonstrations took place in neighborhoods from East Los Angeles to the South Robertson area in response to looming budget cuts.
Police say a Costa Mesa maintenance worker jumped to his death from the roof of City Hall after he was called in to get his layoff notice.
The city of Costa Mesa is eliminating nearly half its workforce in a drastic move to plug an up to $15 million budget hole.
The university is faced with a $50 million budget shortfall and may have to layoff faculty and increase class size, among other possible solutions.
A state appeals court has refused to delay a settlement that would protect 45 of the lowest performing schools in the Los Angeles Unified School District from layoffs.
One hundred and eighty jobs have been cut by UnitedHealthcare Medicare & Retirement in Santa Ana as part of a company consolidation.
A new report shows cuts in the public sector spiked nearly 200 percent last month.
Layoffs that have begun at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory may leave as many as 200 scientists, engineers and other workers out of a job.
The Los Angeles Unified School District could lay off as many as 7,300 employees in the upcoming school year to close a $408 million budget hole.
The Los Angeles school board is set to vote on authorizing layoff warning notices for more than 5,000 employees, including 4,000 teachers, in a bid to close a $408 million budget deficit for the 2011-2012 academic year.
The LAUSD Board of Education will consider Tuesday whether to over 5,000 employees are in jeopardy of losing their jobs.
The Walt Disney Co. is confirming layoffs amid a restructuring of its video game division, a money-losing unit that is focusing more on mobile and social games and away from expensive-to-produce console games.
Yahoo is laying off another 100 to 150 workers, signaling the continued challenges facing the Internet company.
Yahoo is reducing its work force by 4 percent and as it hands out 600 layoff notices for the holidays.
The city of Los Angeles faces a mounting tide of red ink, but a new report says that delays in cost-cutting measures are to blame, not weak revenues.