L.A. is expanding transit infrastructure in time for the 2028 Olympic Games, garnering mixed reactions from South L.A. residents.
Hosted by Youth Justice Coalition and Qawal, the market aims to uplift small businesses run by local residents.
The now four-week strike culminates nearly two years of alleged unlawful conduct by the University of California.
The Los Angeles Times reported complaints of wage theft against L.A. City Council candidate Danielle Sandoval from former employees at Caliente Cantina.
From public arrests to digital hacks, Cerise Castle and Mc Nelly Torres’ groundbreaking investigations inform the imperative to protect female journalists in newsrooms and beyond.
Why addressing nuance and remaining mindful when reporting on Iran is key.
Sheriff Alex Villanueva and retired Long Beach Police Chief Robert Luna exchanged fiery accusations at a debate Wednesday heading into November’s runoff election.
USC students, faculty and alumni kicked off Latinx Heritage Month on Thursday with a university-wide event at Tommy’s Place, USC’s concert venue at Ronald Tutor Campus Center. Joined virtually by President Carol L. Folt, the Latinx Chicanx Center for Advocacy and Student Affairs (La CASA) hosted the celebration with a theme of Unidos — Inclusivity for a Stronger Community.
The altercation between USC students and some outside visitors prompted concerns about campus safety.
The Parental Rights in Education bill was passed by the Florida state Senate this week. The passing of the bill, which has yet to be signed by Gov. Ron DeSantis, has sparked controversy and protest.
As COVID positivity rates decrease in L.A. County, USC has lifted its indoor mask mandate. Today marks the first day that everyone can go without masks since the return to in-person classes in Fall 2021. Vani Sanganeria has the story.
Ukraine will figure a lot on President Joe Biden’ State of the Union speech tomorrow evening. The annual address comes as the world seems increasingly chaotic. With foreign tensions and inflation rising, there’s a lot for Biden to talk about and also, his historic supreme court nomination. Nick Charles reports.
The USG presidential race has dwindled down to only one ticket. One of the tickets that had been in the race withdrew, so now the only remaining ticket will run unopposed for President of USG. Vani Sanganeria has more on this curious story.