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No Talks Scheduled as LAUSD Teacher Strike Enters Day 3
Los Angeles school administrators urged the union to resume bargaining as tens of thousands of teachers planned to walk picket lines for a third day Wednesday, after being joined on strike for the first time by some of their counterparts from independent charter schools.
Suspect Charged in Fatal Shooting of Man Walking Home After Shift at East L. A. In-N-Out Is Set to Be Arraigned
The suspected gunman charged with capital murder in the fatal shooting of a man who was walking home after a shift at an In-N-Out in East Los Angeles late last year is scheduled to be arraigned Wednesday.
For MLK weekend, service opportunities and parades to honor the civil rights leader and activist
Celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day weekend with parades and volunteer work, plus birdwatching, beer tasting and Hawaiian tunes. Birders new and seasoned are welcome at the Morro Bay Winter Bird Festival, where more than 200 bird species can usually be seen in their migratory journey along the Paci
California City Destroyed 20 Years Of Police Records Before New Law Demanded Their Public Release
It’s not controversial to say the city of Inglewood, California is no safe harbour for the American way of life. For decades, the reputation of unethical police shootings from unaccountable law enforcement has earned itself rise in urban notoriety to the levels of Chicago, Baltimore and Detroit.
SpaceX Pulls Out Of Lease With Port Of LA For Mars Rocket Building Site
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – Less than a week after announcing it was laying of 10 percent of its workforce, Hawthorne-based SpaceX has canceled a lease with the Port of Los Angeles for a site where it had planned to build a new rocket for manned flights to Mars.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg cancels 2 upcoming events
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will not attend scheduled talks in the upcoming weeks in Los Angeles and New York, following her surgery in December, after she missed Supreme Court arguments earlier this month, the event hosts said.
Inside Inglewood: Are Increased Billboards Tied to Inglewood Successor Agency Debt?
The passage of SB 684 allowed former Governor Jerry Brown to authorize the city to display ads in areas designated for redevelopment under the former Inglewood Redevelopment Agency (IRA). (Photo above: Billboard on Manchester Blvd/405 Freeway Entrance.)
Inglewood residents ask City Council for rent control
INGLEWOOD — A few moments before the City Council meeting began Jan. 8, a growing crowd outside of City Hall chanted: “What do we want? Rent control. When do we want it? Now.” That was the rallying cry as more than 30 people participated in a brief march organized by the Uplift Inglewood Coalition b
12 coming museum shows and attractions you won’t want to miss
PUBLISHED: January 16, 2019 at 1:41 pm | UPDATED: January 16, 2019 at 1:41 pm. See this year’s Oscar-nominated costumes as well as past winners. Where: FIDM Museum and Galleries, 919 S. Grand Ave., Los Angeles.
Tacos for Teachers campaign is sending food vendors to feed striking LA school teachers
This week’s school lunch menu in Los Angeles sounds pretty great. A fundraiser called Tacos for Teachers, organized in part by the Democratic Socialists of America and the International Socialist Organization, has been raising money to supply Los Angeles’ teachers with free lunch during the ongoing
19-car pileup leaves 35 injured in Southern California's Cajon Pass
(AP) - Numerous vehicles have collided in a foggy mountain pass as a storm system passes through Southern California. The San Bernardino County Fire Department says 19 vehicles collided Wednesday morning on the southbound side of Interstate 15 in Cajon Pass, about 60 miles east of Los Angeles.
SpaceX moving Starship test work to Texas from L.A.
Elon Musk’s SpaceX, which announced significant layoffs Friday, is moving the testing of its Starship prototype vehicle from the Port of Los Angeles to its site in south Texas.
Man Charged With Injuring Scooter Rider, Leading Police on Pursuit
Arraignment is scheduled Monday for Los Angeles County man who allegedly struck and injured a scooter rider while leading police on a nearly three-hour chase from Culver City to San Diego County.
Music, Movies, Theater: What’s Entertaining in 2019?
What’s your favorite “special” arts and entertainment event from 2018? Was it a movie you looked forward to viewing? A special theater performance? A long-anticipated concert by your favorite performer? It’s a new year and it’s time to schedule your 2019 memories. Here are my suggestions of the top
Discover The Real Santa Monica
Walk along with a Santa Monica Conservancy docent and explore the fascinating history of Santa Monica. Learn about the visionaries who founded a small community by the Bay. We will share stories and anecdotes that bring the city to life and look at some of the landmarked buildings that enhance our c
LAPD detective speaks out about her explicit photos being shared within department
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Los Angeles Police Department Detective Ysabel Villegas used to investigate cases of sexual assault and domestic violence. Now, the tables are turned, and she is thealleged victim in a revenge porn scandal that's rocked the LAPD.
Bellator Heavyweight Grand Prix Finals (Bader vs Emelianenko): Odds and Predictions
Fedor and Ryan Bader meet in the cage after Emelianenko wins his semi-final fight. Photo Credit: BellatorMMA (Youtube) Bellator 214 takes place on January 26th, 2019 at The Forum in Inglewood, California.
Redondo Beach approves South Bay Galleria, adding skate park and more open space
The biggest project in the history of Redondo Beach, as Mayor Bill Brand called it, hit a major milestone Tuesday night—the approval of city council. During a meeting that once again stretched into the wee hours of the morning, project developer Queensland Investment Corporation (QIC) presented a re
Here's where you can participate in a Women's March in the South Bay on Jan. 19
In the wake of the 2018 midterms that propelled an unprecedented wave of women to Congress, Women’s March South Bay announces a Women’s March in Redondo Beach on Jan. 19, at 10 a.m.
Northridge quake thrashed Los Angeles 25 years ago this week
LOS ANGELES — Twenty-five years ago this week, a violent, pre-dawn earthquake shook Los Angeles from its sleep, and sunrise revealed widespread devastation, with dozens killed and $25 billion in damage.