The NBA owners’ advisory/finance committee met Thursday by conference call to begin discussing the next steps in the removal of Donald Sterling as the owner of the Los Angeles Clippers.
The Scott Avenue Gate might reopen as early as Thursday for tomorrow night’s Dodgers/Angels exhibition game.
Centinela Valley Superintendent Under Fire For Excessive Salary Says He Will Give Some Benefits Back
The superintendent of the Centinela Valley Union High School District, who has come under fire recently for an inflated compensation package, said he will voluntarily give some benefits back.
Student leaders rejected a resolution urging University of California officials to divest from any companies that profit from what they call the Israeli “occupation” of Gaza and the West Bank, according to reports.
Parents of students at a Fullerton junior high school were scheduled to meet with district officials Monday following the arrest of a math teacher on suspicion of sexual misconduct with two male students.
California Governor Jerry Brown was expected Tuesday to meet with local community leaders in Riverside following the release of the 2014-15 budget proposal last week.
The Los Angeles Unified School District considered changes to its problematic iPad initiative Tuesday.
Police and residents in Seal Beach will hold a public meeting Monday to discuss urban coyote activity in the community.
A community task force met for the first time Thursday to help guide the investigation into whether environmental conditions at Malibu High School made dozens of teachers sick.
A group of angry parents gathered Saturday night in South Pasadena to ask officials why their kids got kicked out of Pacific Oaks Children’s School.
The mayor of Huntington Beach held a special city council meeting Tuesday as law enforcement continues to pursue suspects caught on camera in the Huntington Beach riots Sunday.
Members of the Carson City Council were expected to hold a special meeting after the city’s mayor urged lawmakers to declare a state of emergency over polluted soil in one local neighborhood.
President Barack Obama visited Rancho Mirage Friday afternoon for an informal meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping.
The Board of Education voted Tuesday to continue its controversial “Breakfast in the Classroom” program despite critics who claimed about reduced instruction time and and unsanitary classroom conditions.
Residents are expected to sound off on a proposal to renovate a Westside car dealership as part of an 800,000-square-foot mixed use development project.