FBI agents have seized 20 boxes of documents related to Los Angeles Unified School District’s beleaguered $1 billion iPad project, according to a report Tuesday.
City prosecutors said Monday they have a plan to help staff and parents tackle issues surrounding safe passages to school, truancy prevention, environmental safety, parent education and gun violence prevention.
A Chino Hills lawmaker Tuesday says the District Attorney’s office must take a closer look at the LAUSD’s controversial iPad program.
Starbucks announced a program Monday intended to help its baristas earn an online college degree.
There are 33 volunteer officers. They train and learn about everything from medical emergencies to traffic collisions.
Students interested in pursuing a Hollywood filmmaking career now have another alternative to big-name film schools at USC and UCLA.
The district on Thursday said it will serve free lunches through summer to children and the disabled at 317 school campuses along with 105 parks and recreation centers.
Caltrans and the Department of Transportation are launching a new project designed to ease congestion on the 210 Freeway through Pasadena.
The L.A. City Council Tuesday added another $2.2 million to a program aimed at cleaning up homeless areas.
City Council members Friday gave approval to a measure that prohibits companies that do business in Iran’s energy industry from bidding on city contracts.
Areva Martin and Cleon Joseph of the Special Needs Network visited KCAL9 Tuesday to talk about a free 10-week training and nutrition program for Los Angeles residents.
A special program in the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department that gave preferential hiring treatment to friends and relatives of its employees — even some with criminal records — is now over, according to reports Thursday.
A new program at the Riverside County Animal Shelter allows kids to train shelter dogs during their spring and summer vacations.
The Los Angeles Unified School District has teamed up with five other large school districts to save money and serve a higher quality menu to students.
Alleged bullies were judged by a panel of teens in an unprecedented trial presided over by a real judge through a program called SHADES.