LAUSD Teachers Affected By Jet Fuel Dump To File Lawsuit With Gloria AllredIn audio obtained by CBS News, the pilots are heard telling LAX air traffic control the plane would not need to dump fuel, which it subsequently did.
$18.4 Million Settlement Reached For Students Sexually Abused By LAUSD Teachers Paul Chapel, Robert PimentelAttorneys for students who were sexually abused by Los Angeles Unified School District teachers Paul Chapel and Robert Pimentel say they have won an $18.4 million settlement on behalf of their clients.
Pilots Of Delta Flight Told LAX Air Traffic Control That Plane Would Not Need To Dump Fuel“Ok so you don’t need to hold to dump fuel or anything like that?” an air traffic controller asked. “Negative,” the pilot answered, “we’ll be requesting runway 2-5 right.”
All LAUSD Schools Impacted By Jet Fuel Dump Open WednesdayDozens of staff and students were treated after a plane making an emergency landing dumped fuel which hit several schools.
County Health, Education Officials To Open Wellbeing Centers For Teenagers At 50 High SchoolsThe effort was prompted by research that suggests youths in LA County schools may lack preventive care at an age when risks of unhealthy behavior is highest.
Family Of Boy Told To Urinate In Classroom Trash Can, Forced To Wear Trash Bag Files Lawsuit Against LAUSDThe lawsuit claims that the district was negligent in their hiring, training, and the supervising of her son.
Gas Leak Shuts Down Millikan Middle School; Campus To Reopen FridayLAUSD officials confirmed Thursday afternoon the leak had been fixed and the school would reopen Friday.
Parents, Teachers Protest How LAUSD Handled School Closures During Saddle Ridge FireParents and teachers rallied Tuesday outside of a Granada Hills school to protest how Los Angeles Unified School District handled school closures during the devastating Saddle Ridge Fire.
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.