Police have arrested 323 people this week during protests over the Mike Brown grand jury decision, the Los Angeles Police Department said Thursday.
A grand jury ruled Monday Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson would not face trial for the shooting death of 18-year-old unarmed Michael Brown.
Police departments across Southern California were bracing for possible protests Monday evening when a decision by the grand jury in the Michael Brown shooting case was expected to be announced.
Local Civic, Religious Leaders Call For Calm In Preparation Of Grand Jury Decision On Ferguson Shooting
Civic and religious leaders in Southern California are calling for calm as a decision on whether to prosecute the police officer who killed Michael Brown is announced.
Police arrested dozens of people protesting working conditions and wages at a Walmart in Pico Rivera Thursday after they allegedly refused to move from an intersection they were blocking.
Los Angeles teacher Ron Gochez organized the rally.
An anti-police brutality protest Wednesday shut down a stretch of Hollywood Boulevard, police said.
Police brutality opponents will march in downtown Los Angeles Wednesday as part of the annual National Day of Protest to Stop Police Brutality.
The man’s father said Saturday the deputies shot his son 15 -20 times.
A Southern California lawmaker is set to protest what he says is a “federal land grab” by the Obama Administration.
Residents in one San Fernando Valley neighborhood are protesting what they say is an assembly line-style operation of blessing – and killing – chickens.
Noel Aguilar, 23, was shot by police in May of this year. Jesse Delgadillo, 24, was shot in April 2013.
An unruly crowd of planned protestors Saturday dispersed from the area after a tense standoff concluded with police.
Community leaders in the city of Compton Thursday were expected to demand officials rescind a policy that would arm school police officers with AR-15 assault rifles.
Hundreds of students Monday walked out of classes at Jefferson Senior High School in a protest over what was described as “scheduling problems” due to a much-criticized MiSiS computer system.