Los Angeles Times Editorial Writer, Robert Greene, Wins Pulitzer PrizeRobert Greene of the Los Angeles Times has won the 2021 Pulitzer Prize for editorial writing for a series of editorials focused on criminal justice reform.
Protesters Clash With Police Over Shutdown Of Echo Park Lake Homeless Camps, 182 ArrestedAbout a dozen people were arrested Thursday night during a protest against the removal of a large-scale homeless encampment at Echo Park Lake.
Investigation: LAPD Singled Out Black Drivers For Traffic StopsAlthough blacks make up only 9 percent of the population, they account for 49 percent of the drivers who are pulled over.
Suspected Cyberattack From Outside US Hits LA Times, Other PapersA suspected malware computer virus from outside the United States prevented the Los Angeles Times from publishing many of its Saturday print editions, in an attack that similarly crippled other newspapers across the country, the Times said.
Former LAPD Cadets Who Stole Cruisers For Joyrides To Face Criminal Charges, Sources SayThree of the seven former cadets accused of stealing two police cruisers and taking them joyrides in June 2017 will be charged, two sources who wished to remain anonymous told the LA Times.
Beloved LA Times Restaurant Critic Jonathan Gold Dies At Age 57The Los Angeles Times said their famed restaurant critic Jonathan Gold has died at age 57 after his battle with pancreatic cancer.
LA Times Site Down Across Europe As New Privacy Laws Take EffectThe General Data Protection Regulation changes the way companies around the world collect and handle personal data.
The Doctor's In, But Jury Is Out On New LA Times OwnerSoon Shiong, 65, who said his ultimate goal is to cure cancer during his lifetime, has been the subject of several unflattering reports, including in the Times, which raised concerns about conflicts of interest.
Tronc Clears Ex-LA Times CEO Of Wrongdoing In Sex Harassment AllegationsRoss Levinsohn was reinstated as CEO of the newly created Tribune Interactive. He had been on unpaid leave since January.
Newsroom Unionizes As LA Times Publisher Faces Investigation Over Sex Harassment AllegationsTimes publisher Ross Levinsohn settled two sex harassment lawsuits prior to joining Tronc.
Disney Ends LA Times Blackout After Backlash From Film GroupsThe Walt Disney Co. Tuesday lifted a ban it had imposed on Los Angeles Times film critics amid a growing backlash from film critics nationwide.
President Trump Is Blistered In Scathing Editorial By LA Times Calling His Presidency 'A Train Wreck'Rarely, has a newspaper taken such a harsh line at a sitting, modern-day president, and this includes Nixon at the height of Watergate.
LA Times Parent Rejects Second Gannett Takeover Bid, Sells Stake To LA Billionaire's FirmTribune Publishing rejected a second takeover bid from USA Today owner Gannett, but did say Monday that it was open to further talks.
Journalist Sentenced In Los Angeles Times' Website HackingA well-known social media journalist is set for sentencing after he was convicted of conspiring with the hacking group Anonymous to break into the Los Angeles Times' website and alter a story.
Judge Approves Sale Of OC Register, Riverside Press-EnterpriseA federal bankruptcy judge on Monday approved Digital First Media's purchase of the Orange County Register and the Riverside Press-Enterprise.