Opponents of San Diego Mayor Bob Filner launched a second recall effort against the mayor Monday, in the wake of accusations from seven women of sexual harassment.
Members of MoveOn.org and other protesters are warning the owners of the Los Angeles Times not to sell the newspaper to “political propagandists”.
A meeting Thursday will help determine the fate of fire rings on two popular Orange County beaches.
Los Angeles Cardinal Roger Mahony was in Rome Thursday despite protestors’ calls for him to abstain from taking part in Pope Benedict XVI’s farewell and the upcoming conclave.
Some local Catholics don’t feel Cardinal Roger Mahony should be able to participate in the upcoming papal conclave in Rome.
Dozens of parents delivered a “Parent Trigger” petition Thursday to the Los Angeles Unified School District demanding a change at their children’s elementary school.
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.