Former Mayor Richard Riordan says he has evidence that a low-level union member is behind an alleged illegal counter-campaign against his effort to change pensions plans for newly-hired public employees.
We’ve all heard of black Friday, but this year, Target stores are opening their doors at 9 p.m. on Thanksgiving.
The Los Angeles City Clerk has approved a petition that aims to get a question on next May’s ballot asking voters to limit medical marijuana dispensaries in the city.
A San Fernando Valley woman is the driving force behind a campaign to prohibit strip clubs from advertising on billboards.
Ari Solomon started the “In-N-Out Burger: Offer a veggie burger!” campaign on Aug. 23 on Change.org.
AT&T utility workers came in contact with huge pools of oil Wednesday while doing routine work at 311 244th Street in Carson.
Orange County activists have collected approximately 17,000 signatures for a petition demanding the State Attorney General conduct a full investigation into the Anaheim Police Department following two deadly shootings and subsequently violent protests.
A school board in Adelanto Wednesday night debated the signatures of a petition that would convert a school to a charter under the state’s so-called “parent trigger” law.
California prison inmates who are held in solitary confinement are petitioning the United Nations to step in and end the practice.
A Michigan teenager is working to get the “R” rating lowered on a new documentary about bullying.
Parents of an under-performing elementary school in Southern California Tuesday night voted against a petition to take over the school using the new Parent Trigger Law.
Pepperdine University has blocked formation of an official gay and lesbian support group on its Malibu campus.
A new strip club located less than one mile from Calvary Chapel South Bay would be the second to open within one mile of the church.
A new website is calling for a commercial boycott of some of America’s biggest stores over professional pitch-woman Kim Kardashian.
A grassroots effort to repeal the controversial law is headed to the Inland Empire on Friday.