Demonstrators Friday gathered outside an LAPD station to protest the death of Ezell Ford, the man killed this week during an encounter with police.
Community activists in South Los Angeles Wednesday called for a meeting with LAPD Chief Charlie Beck to launch an investigation into an officer-involved shooting death of a 24-year-old man.
Southland Jewish and Muslim groups were set Friday to hold competing rallies to call for an end to the conflict between Israel and Hamas militants.
Wilshire Boulevard reopened Monday after an officer-involved shooting at a pro-Israeli rally closed it down overnight for a investigation.
A group of motorcycle riders held a rally outside the home of a recently-released serial rapist near Palmdale.
KCAL9′s Adrianna Weingold reports hundreds marched outside the federal building, pushing for immigration reform, immigrant rights, and safe passage for children seeking refuge in the U.S.
Drivers in a long-running labor dispute with three trucking companies at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach began what they said would be an indefinite strike Monday.
Dozens of protesters descended on the store’s grand opening following last week’s controversial Supreme Court decision.
Drivers for the popular ride-share app Uber Tuesday protested the company’s business practices.
Authorities are putting a planned U.S. Border Patrol effort to bring nearly 300 Central American migrants from South Texas to Southern California on hold – and critics are applauding the move.
Hundreds of taxicab drivers descended on the steps of City Hall Tuesday morning to protest popular ridesharing apps.
A couple hundred people belonging to an Islamic sect protested Saturday outside a luxury clothing store on Rodeo Drive, saying they’re offended Roverto Cavalli is using a religious symbol in their ads.
Residents in the Palmdale area Tuesday were set to to protest the release of a convicted felon known as the “Pillowcase Rapist”.
A familiar late-night TV personality was among those who took in the protest over what critics say is a “Taliban-like” penal code in the country of Brunei.
NBA Commissioner Adam Silver announced Tuesday Clippers owner Donald Sterling will be suspended for life and fined $2.5 million in response to the racist remarks he allegedly made in a recorded audio clip.