A second woman accusing a former Alhambra school administrator of molesting her as a child called for change in state law to help better protect children against abuse.
Students at a Southland trade college were unsure of their school’s future Thursday amid reports the campus could be shutting its doors.
California is the first state to pass a law allowing such choices by transgender K-12 students.
A Newport Beach high school is being rocked by allegations that at least two students and a tutor hacked into a computer to change grades.
The image projected before the classroom at California State University, Los Angeles showed a pair of gleeful sky divers plunging through the air.
A staff member at the University of California, Riverside, has been diagnosed with meningitis in what authorities said marks the fifth-such diagnosis within in the UC system in recent months.
Former President George W. Bush and former First Lady Laura Bush are expected to visit the University of Southern California this week, according to reports.
Paramedics responded to an elementary school in Watts Friday after reports of several students becoming ill, authorities said.
Parents of students at a Redondo Beach elementary school are asking district officials to remove a teacher accused of bullying her classroom, according to reports Thursday.
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.
Students at Calabasas High School Tuesday walked out of their classes to take a stand against gun violence and show support for a teacher wounded during the shooting at Los Angeles International Airport.
Hundreds of college students were expected to gather Friday in San Pedro to promote a message of peace aboard an old military cargo ship.
The man accused of murdering a teacher in front of her horrified students in Long Beach, pleaded not guilty in court Thursday.
University of California President Janet Napolitano said Wednesday she is devoting $5 million to provide special counseling and financial aid for students living in the U.S. illegally.
Parents of children in the Los Angeles Unified School District Thursday will begin receiving letters from the state saying their child is overweight.