Most Schools Forced To Close By Saddle Ridge Fire Back Open Today; Granada Hills Charter High To Remain ClosedSeveral schools in the areas in the immediate area shut down Friday at the height of the fire, but they are scheduled to resume regular classes Monday morning.
Suspect Sought In Arson Fire That Caused $3 Million In Damage To LAUSD BuildingNo one was injured in the fire, but it caused an estimated $3 million in property damage. Los Angeles Fire arson investigators determined the blaze had been intentionally set.
David Goldstein Investigation: Over $580,000 In Unclaimed LAUSD Property Sitting UnusedMore than half a million dollars in school district money that could be used for supplies has been sitting unused for years.
Kawhi Leonard, Clippers Donate 1 Million Backpacks To Southland SchoolsEvery student in the L.A., Inglewood and Moreno Valley Unified school districts will be receiving a free backpack.
LA Goes Back To School; DASH Offering Free Rides for StudentsTuesday is the first day of school for Los Angeles Unified School District, the largest school district in Southern California and the second largest in the nation.
LAUSD Board Votes To End Random Student SearchesThe nation's second-largest school district today voted to end random student searches at secondary schools.
LAUSD Employee Of After-School Program Accused Of Sexually Abusing Students In GardenaDaniel Ayon, 39, was arrested Wednesday and faces sexual abuse charges in connection with one student, but authorities say he may have as many as five victims.
Voters Soundly Reject Property Tax Hike To Fund LAUSD; Officials 'Stunned'Measure EE would have imposed a levy of 16 cents per square foot on properties within the district.
LAUSD Superintendent Austin Beutner: Measure EE 'Referendum On Whether We Believe In Public Education'A little over a year into one of the toughest jobs in Los Angeles, LAUSD Superintendent Austin Beutner is facing another daunting hurdle.
Mom: Boy, 8, Forced To Urinate In Classroom Trash Can, Wear Garbage BagsThe mother of an 8-year-old boy is demanding answers after a teacher at a South Los Angeles school allegedly refused to allow him to use the restroom.
Proposed Property Tax Would Raise $500M Annually For LAUSD SchoolsThe parcel tax will likely go before L.A. County voters in June. It would impose a tax of 16 cents per square foot.