A single mother is back inside her foreclosed home this evening two weeks after she says LA County Sheriff’s forcibly removed her.
Occupy Los Angeles protesters say the city violated their constitutional rights when it evicted them from the City Hall park last year.
The park around City Hall reopened Thursday following a $1 million, nearly eight months-long renovation.
Friday’s gathering was a sharp contrast to the rock-throwing, bottle-tossing melee that broke out Thursday evening following an ArtWalk event that led to 17 arrests, injuries to at least four LAPD officers and clashes with about 500 protesters.
Police clashed with scores of demonstrators Thursday evening downtown near ArtWalk LA, leaving at least one officer injured.
Occupy Los Angeles cost city taxpayers $4.7 million, with most of the money spent on policing last year’s protests outside City Hall.
A new report released Friday says that the city’s response to last year’s Occupy Los Angeles protests and the two-month encampment at City Hall cost more than double the original estimate.
Several May Day demonstrations were organized across the Southland Tuesday, prompting several arrests and traffic delays.
The LAPD is fighting crime from a high-tech war room that gives it eyes all over the city. The surveillance hub is now a model for police forces around the world and KCAL9 got an exclusive tour inside from Chief Charlie Beck.
Members of the “Occupy LA” movement are planning to make their presence felt at the 123rd Tournament of Roses Parade.
They may not have a flowery float, but “Occupy LA” protesters will be out in force during Monday’s Tournament of Roses parade.
Preparations are well underway for the 2012 Tournament of Roses Parade. But one group prepping their oversized display was not invited, and has Pasadena police making preparations of their own.
The city of Los Angeles is weighing a lawsuit against Occupy LA protesters to recoup financial damages sustained during the two-month encampment.
The official cost estimate of the Occupy LA protest stands at $2.3 million.
The taxpayers’ tab for Occupy L.A. has reached an estimated $2.3 million, and officials say there’s more to come. The new figures have sparked a debate at City Hall about who’s to blame for the costs, and whether it was really necessary to spend all that money.