Nearly 1,000 Special Olympics athletes will leave this week’s World Games in Los Angeles with more than medals and memories.
Hollywood producers are hoping to team up with local scientists for a possible reboot of a classic 80s TV show.
As Boston drops out of the running to host the 2024 Olympics, Los Angeles finds itself as a possible frontrunner to host the games for the third time.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers had the first overall selection in the draft, and used it on Florida St. quarterback Jameis Winston. However, Winston is not on our list of the top-5 rookies who will have the largest impact on the field this season.
Javier Cardoza, 21, entered a plea of no contest to four counts of battery on school grounds.
Gordon Marshall, who founded electronics giant Marshall Industries and donated millions of dollars to the University of Southern California, where the business school is named after him, has died. He was 95.
“Plaintiff was immediately embarrassed, disgusted, humiliated and distraught,” the suit states.
Brain electrodes developed at Caltech and implanted at the Keck Medicine of USC are allowing a Southern California man to control a robotic arm using only his thoughts.
Two Chinese professors who attended the University of Southern California are among six Chinese nationals accused by federal prosecutors of stealing trade secrets from two U.S. tech companies.
In a joint statement, the students say they were misled about “faculty, curriculum, program structure and funding packages” and have decided to dissolve their candidacies before going into their second and final year.
It was a soggy ceremony for thousands of graduates at the University of Southern California.
Despite Ongoing Showers, USC Says Don’t Expect To Have Umbrellas, Tents At Friday’s Graduation Ceremonies
Thousands of students at USC are gearing up for Friday morning graduation ceremonies. But it’s looking like it might be a soggy situation. Despite the expected downpour, the school says they won’t allow umbrellas and there won’t be tents over the outdoor ceremonies.
Los Angeles firefighters quickly put out a fire in a top floor unit of a dormitory on the University of Southern California campus, authorities said Monday.
The Angels announced the deal Friday.
The #SelfieClass, formerly called Writing 150: Writing and Critical Reasoning: Identity and Diversity, analyzes “gender, sexuality and race portrayed in social media,” school officials state in a press release.