Worker Tests Positive For Coronavirus At McDonald's In Crenshaw, Prompting Strike For Quarantine Pay, HealthcareWorkers are demanding more protection, a two-week quarantine period with full pay, and healthcare coverage for any worker or immediate family members who get sick from the virus.
Kaiser Permanente Mental Health Professionals Strike Outside LA LocationsThousands of psychiatrists, therapists, and psychiatric nurses are on strike from Kaiser Permanente facilities.
Uber, Lyft Rideshare Drivers Strike For Job Security, $28 Hourly PayRideshare drivers are on a 24-hour strike in L.A. and in other cities across the country.
LAUSD Planning To Use Subs If Teachers Go On StrikeThe LA Unified School District is making arrangements to go back to school with or without full time teachers. The district has reportedly hired hundreds of substitutes in case staffers go ahead with a strike in January. Laurie Perez reports.
Thousands Of Teachers March In Downtown Los Angeles As Strike LoomsThousands of teachers who may go on strike against the nation's second-largest school district next month marched and rallied in downtown Los Angeles on Saturday.
Man Drives Into Striking UC Workers In WestwoodStriking workers said the man, who has not been identified, had a stick of some sort and was waving it at people as he told them to get out of the street. One picketer said he held on to the hood of the man's car, apparently to try and block him from driving into people.
Thousands Of University Of California Workers Plan 3-Day Strike Starting Monday"Everyone wants more money and if they can get it, more power to them," says student Eric Auld.
Riverside County Workers Go On StrikeNurses and other Riverside County workers walked off the job at midnight over stalled contract negotiations.
19 Foothill Transit Lines Stopped As Mechanics Go On StrikeFoothill Transit mechanics are on strike Monday, affecting 19 bus lines throughout the east San Gabriel Valley.
Port Workers, Truck Drivers Protest Independent Contractor StatusTruckers say they are being misclassified as independent workers so companies can keep their wages low and deny them health and unemployment benefits.
Hollywood Hopes To Avoid Writer's Strike As Contract Talks Are ExtendedMany doubt negotiations will end in a strike; the two sides came to agreement in 2010 and 2013.