A group of former Southwestern Law School students are taking their alma mater to court over its claims of a 98 percent employment rate after graduation.
Alarmed by an increase in suicides on its rail tracks, the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority is making a rare appeal for the public’s help.
More Southland residents were living in poverty this past year in the wake of the 2008 recession, according to government data released Thursday.
The unemployment rate in Los Angeles County rose to 9.9 percent in July, up from 9.7 percent in the previous month, state officials said Friday.
Outgoing Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa hailed a “continued, steady and dramatic decline” of crime in the city of Los Angeles after mid-year crime rates were released Friday.
Disney said in a statement that starting Sunday, a one-day adult ticket to one park will cost $92, a $5 increase. Kids’ tickets also jumped $5, to $87.
After opening just seven years ago, Arleta High School boasts a 92 percent graduation rate, with nearly all of the school’s 400 students preparing to go on to college.
California’s jobless rate decreased to 9.4 percent in March, continuing a steady decline as the state pulls itself out of recession.
The defeat of a proposed half-cent sales tax increase sent officials at City Hall scrambling Wednesday to determine the next step in trimming the city’s $200 million deficit.
State officials say California’s jobless rate remained at 9.8 percent in December, the same rate as in November.
California Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones is accusing Anthem Blue Cross of placing an “unreasonable” rate increase on small businesses.
Property and violent crime in the city of Los Angeles were down for the 10th consecutive year in 2012, the city’s mayor and police chief said Monday.
For the first time since 2009, the unemployment rate in California has fallen below 10 percent.
Customers of Southern California Edison can expect a bigger bill in the mail this winter.
New federal figures ranked California 32nd out of 50 states in graduating high school students – and the Los Angeles Unified School District is even worse.