A new state law could allow social workers in Los Angeles County to find out if any foster parent or agency worker has a criminal past.
With the choir singing, Donald Sterling walked into the Praises of Zion Baptist Church.
Southland postal workers staged protests Thursday over what union members called a “sweetheart deal” that they fear will privatize U.S. mail services and compromise security.
The city of San Bernardino, which recently filed for bankruptcy, is again considering outsourcing its fire protection services.
An excess number of attorneys working in California could mean lower legal fees for consumers – at least for now.
The Los Angeles County Department of Child and Family Services (DCFS) has taken the first steps to fire four employees in connection with the death of a 9-year-old Palmdale boy, county officials said Tuesday.
Los Angeles County officials Tuesday were expected to call for the creation of a task force to examine how local agencies handle reported cases of child abuse.
Two Southern California lawmakers reached an agreement Thursday with a Sacramento committee to investigate child and family services agencies statewide, including two Southland agencies.
A local Navy pilot missing since the Vietnam War has been buried at Arlington National Cemetery.
An Orange County attorney Tuesday was expected to call for a criminal investigation into an alleged child trafficking case involving Orange County Child Protective Services.
Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and other city officials introduced the new MyLA311 mobile app Monday morning.
Officials in Culver City on Monday were expected to unveil a first-of-its-kind emergency response system that would share vital information with 911 operators.
A confidential county report obtained by the Los Angeles Times on policies at the troubled Department of Child and Family Services (DCFS) found repeated and avoidable mistakes may have lead to the deaths of 14 children.
Would you be willing to cough up an extra $24 a year or so to repair streets throughout Los Angeles? At least one City Council member thinks so.
A City Council committee moved forward with a controversial plan on Tuesday that would give undocumented immigrants access to banking services.