The owner of the Los Angeles Times will spin off the newspaper and its other publishing assets into a separate unit, according to reports Wednesday.
Hundreds of protesters were expected to join a rally Tuesday to protest the proposed sale of the Los Angeles Times to businessmen David and Charles Koch.
Members of MoveOn.org and other protesters are warning the owners of the Los Angeles Times not to sell the newspaper to “political propagandists”.
If you plan on doing business at your local DMV office on Tuesday, prepare to wait even more than usual.
Authorities in San Bernardino pledged on Thursday to continue providing emergency services to residents just days after the city declared bankruptcy.
Jeff Godown told fire commissioners that department response time may actually be better than it appears before announcing his departure.
Fire engines and other emergency vehicles may face delays due to cutbacks in the city’s tree-trimming schedule, officials said Tuesday.
The Los Angeles Fire Department is facing renewed scrutiny over its emergency response times after a report found errors in the computer software used to compile the data.