An Irvine attorney who helped plant drugs in a school volunteer’s car because of a perceived insult to his son surrendered to authorities Thursday.
An emailed threat that prompted a two-day closure of a private elementary school in Aliso Viejo was sent from outside the United States, Orange County sheriff’s officials said Wednesday.
A “potentially threatening” email sent to a private Catholic School led administrators to cancel classes Tuesday and Wednesday.
City prosecutors said Monday they have a plan to help staff and parents tackle issues surrounding safe passages to school, truancy prevention, environmental safety, parent education and gun violence prevention.
Authorities say Awest served eight years in federal prison for molesting and photographing a 6-year-old girl.
A growing number of parents who opt not to vaccinate their children due to personal beliefs is raising concerns among public health officials as the school year gets underway.
A Chino Hills lawmaker Tuesday says the District Attorney’s office must take a closer look at the LAUSD’s controversial iPad program.
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.
Officials with the Los Angeles teachers union Wednesday were set to take their push for a pay increase to several area schools.
While the concerns over student safety remain, CBS2’s Laurie Perez spoke with a specialist to learn the warning signs for teens who are potentially dangerous to themselves or others.
Police Tuesday said two teen boys were “willing to die” in their plot to kill staff and students at South Pasadena High School.
Two teenage boys were arrested Monday after making specific plans to kill three staffers then gun down as many students as possible at their Southern California high school, police said.
Community activists and parents packed City Hall Tuesday to call upon officials to address what they say is a shortage of crossing guards at nearly 170 intersections near schools.
District officials say they will move ahead with plans to launch a new computer system when students return for the new school year Tuesday.
Two of the young women stuffed their shirts to look pregnant, one girl has what looks like a knife in her sock. One girl is holding a fake gun to the head of another.