Hundreds of Southland workers marched and rallied on Tax Day Wednesday in a global campaign for higher pay.
A protest against police brutality in Downtown LA resulted in jammed traffic at the height of rush hour Tuesday.
A judge on Friday approved a hearing for later this month to determine if Hubbart — currently living in a private home in Lake Los Angeles — should go back to a state mental hospital.
A memorial service scheduled to be held later this month for Crystal Cathedral founder Rev. Robert Schuller will likely have some uninvited guests.
Parents and students gathered Monday outside a middle school in Brentwood to demand the return of a teacher who is accused in a lawsuit of making racially charged remarks in class.
Members of Stop Mass Incarceration Network and other civil rights advocates gathered about noon at Los Angeles Police Department headquarters and marched to Skid Row.
Hundreds of protestors took to the streets in South Los Angeles on Saturday as part of the ‘Rally For Justice’ protest against police brutality.
City workers rallied to protest what they call cuts to municipal services even as Mayor Eric Garcetti touted progress in labor negotiations with employee unions.
Hollywood stars are taking advantage of awards season to take a stand against hotels owned by the anti-gay Sultan of Brunei.
Police confronted a large group of people Saturday night and reported that they were unruly and possibly creating mayhem.
Doctors at the University of California’s student health centers who are negotiating a contract will strike for one day to protest what they say are unfair labor practices.
His family maintains he was mentally ill and harmless.
Mental health professionals working at Kaiser hospitals Monday began a weeklong statewide strike protesting the provider’s “chronic failure to provide . . . quality mental health care.”
Demonstrators took to the streets to march on Monday evening in reaction to the released autopsy results of Ezell Ford.
As many as 20,000 demonstrators were expected to participate in a “Millions March for First Amendment Rights,” in what social media posts declared a peaceful protest against alleged police brutality in L.A., Ferguson and New York. It was one of several marches to take place Saturday in major American cities.