Hearing Held On Potential Of Increased Greenhouse Gases Following San Onofre ClosureSouthern California Edison, which owns San Onofre, said the utility's greenhouse emissions rose last year after the plant shut down due to safety and equipment issues.
LAUSD Holds Open Hearings To Mull Teacher LayoffsThe Los Angeles Unified School District is holding open hearings as it mulls thousands of teacher layoffs.
LAPD Deputy Chief: Law Enforcement Struggling To Grasp Islamic RadicalizationThe deputy chief of the Los Angeles Police Department is warning lawmakers on Capitol Hill that Islamic prison radicalization is a serious issue that law enforcement does not yet fully understand.
1 In 4 Students Default On For-Profit Loans, But Do They Even Care?A new survey shows most college students may not be too concerned that they could be in for decades of debt servitude, despite the high risk of defaulting on their loan.
Hundreds Of LAUSD Teachers File For Layoff HearingsHundreds of LAUSD employees are filling a downtown hall to request hearings on their possible layoff at the end of the school year.
DA: Officials 'Intentionally Concealed' Hefty Bell SalariesOne email shows officials vowing to "not draw attention to our pay", with another promising "we will all get fat together."
Clerk: No Work Done On Bell CommissionsCity Clerk Rebecca Valdez is the second witness to be called during the first of three back-to-back preliminary hearings.
Bell Councilman: 'Everything' Ran Through RizzoCouncilman Lorenzo Velez dropped a few bombshells on the second day of preliminary hearings to determine whether the case proceeds to trial.