Workers from nearly a dozen Los Angeles Walmart stores will participate in a rallyl Thursday morning in protest of the company’s attempts to silence and retaliate against workers for speaking out.
California state officials are planning to launch a task force to improve oversight of scrap metal recyclers.
Caltrans has started the process to fire two supervisors, who made nearly $100,000 in taxpayer dollars last year, after a CBS2 investigation caught them drinking on the job. A third employee was also facing termination.
A bill moving through the California Legislature is heating up the hot button issue of immigration reform.
Across the state Saturday, an estimated 93,000 Californians will join thousands of others whose unemployment benefits have run out.
Test results released Tuesday could give some weight to claims by a group of workers, who believe that their building is to blame for birth defects, migraines and even cancer.
Hundreds of disgruntled workers plan to picket an Inland Empire mega-warehouse over alleged labor violations.
More than 200 airport workers plan to stage a noisy demonstration Monday in departure terminals at LAX to protest what they say is a decision by their employer to cancel their contract and take away their health benefits.
Two employees of a car dealership in Glendale who took a brand new BMW for a spin are now facing criminal charges.
A group of Sun Valley neighbors will distribute as many as 300 Thanksgiving meals to those in need Thursday.
Qantas Airlines is flying again after a court ordered striking employees to get back to work. The first flight took off from Sydney to Jakarta, Indonesia, Monday morning, but weekend flights from LAX were forced to stay on the ground.
Gov. Jerry Brown unveiled a new pension plan for state workers Thursday, which will raise the retirement age to 67 for new hires.
Three men were injured in an electrical vault explosion in Orange County Wednesday.
The job action at the former USC University Hospital began at 6 a.m., when the strikers, many in scrubs or lab coats, started marching with picket signs.
Disgruntled workers for one of the Southland’s biggest utilities signaled Thursday they could be ready to go on strike — and they want local customers to stand with them.