Local authorities and community leaders alike are reaching out to the public, urging restraint in the face of recent violence and civil unrest in Baltimore.
Demonstrators took to the streets to march on Monday evening in reaction to the released autopsy results of Ezell Ford.
A small but vocal crowd rallied in Marina del Rey Saturday afternoon in an effort to save hundreds of trees from being cut down.
Protestors who remained in jail Thursday for participation in demonstrations across Los Angeles will be released early, in light of the holiday.
Officials are dealing with more protests in Murrieta Friday as activists await a group of undocumented immigrants scheduled to arrive from Texas.
The feud erupted over a pro-life poster that Mireille Miller-Young, an Associate Professor of Feminine Studies, allegedly took from a group of friends sharing their views against abortion on March 4.
A group of protesters say they want former Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano to step down from her new job as president of the University of California.
Hundreds of Walmart workers and community supporters Thursday are expected to take part in a nationwide protest calling for improved jobs and better wages.
Dozens of human rights protestors gathered Tuesday morning to protest charges filed against a community organizer.
President Barack Obama visited Rancho Mirage Friday afternoon for an informal meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping.
Some business leaders and residents have complained about open drug use, excessive graffiti and human waste of Occupy Los Angeles protestors in Pershing Square.
Protesters crowded the Anaheim Police Department Sunday following a deadly officer-involved shooting last night.
The chancellor of Cal State Long Beach got an earful from outraged students Tuesday night, as he threw a pricey party.
Civil rights activists in L.A. held a rally Monday, adding their voices to the nationwide calls for the arrest of George Zimmerman in the shooting death of Florida Teen Trayvon Martin.