'A Beautiful Soul': Messages Of Shock At Murder Of Jacqueline Avant Pour In From Bill Clinton, Tyler Perry, Magic JohnsonAvant, 81, was fatally shot at about 2:30 a.m. in a home invasion robbery in the 1100 block of Maytor Place. Beverly Hills police say Avant died at a hospital.
'I'm Ready': Rep. Karen Bass Running For LA Mayor“With my whole heart, I’m ready. Let’s do this – together. I’m running for mayor,” Bass said in a tweet. Her campaign website also went live Monday morning to recruit volunteers, endorsements, and supporters.
Report: US Rep. Karen Bass To Run For LA MayorIf elected, Karen Bass would be L.A.’s first female mayor and only the second Black mayor.
'What's Going On'? Donald Trump Signs Law Naming South LA Post Office After Marvin GayeThe post office located at 3585 S. Vermont Ave., just across the street from the University of Southern California, will be named after the two-time Grammy-winning singer famous for hits like "What's Going On," "How Sweet It Is" and "Sexual Healing."
LA Congresswoman Decides To Skip Trump Inauguration After Running Twitter PollA Los Angeles-area congresswoman says she's staying home from President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration after running an informal poll on Twitter.
Congresswoman Asks Her Constituents On Facebook Live If She Should Attend Trump InaugurationAs many as 16 Democrats in the House have already announced they're not attending.
Congresswoman Calls For Donald Trump To Undergo Psychiatric EvaluationRep. Karen Bass (D-Los Angeles) is calling for Donald Trump to undergo a psychiatric evaluation and is circulating a petition to gather support for the idea.
Jobs Top Concern At LA's 'Kitchen Table Summit' Over 2,000 residents gathered around tables at a Los Angeles-area high school gymnasium to vent their frustrations about the lingering recession and call on their elected officials to focus on job creation.
SoCal Democrats Urge Brown To Reject Immigration Fingerprinting Plan The political backlash against "Secure Communities" continues to grow in the wake of the city council vote this week to support state legislation that would allow local jurisdictions to opt-out.