Lopez founded Avalon Nursery from the trunk of her car over 35 years ago, and she has no plans to slow down.
The nonprofit organization teaches children to grow their own fruits and vegetables in food deserts, equipping them with tools for the future.
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USC’s Muslim Student Union and Delta Phi Epsilon organized a protest to elicit a response from USC.
Organizers say traditional Earth Day celebrations often focus on the positives. They hope the event shows Los Angelenos the seriousness of environmental issues.
Climate scientists and activists go beyond protesting in light of an impending climate crisis.
The Shower of Hope, which operates one of its locations at the West Adams Church of Christ, has provided a total of 1,500 showers to Angelenos experiencing homelessness per week.
If convicted as charged, George Tyndall will face up to 64 years in state prison.
An email sent to the USC student body on Friday listed new changes to the campus mask mandates in most indoor campus facilities.
Commuting students talk about the inflation of U.S. gas prices, affected by the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
USC Visions and Voices sponsored the visit to give an up-close look at Tupac’s impact on music, activism and society.
Judge will decide whether the disgraced former doctor will face trial in sexual misconduct case.
South L.A. vendors sold a number of products from relaunched 90s brand apparel to vegan gumbo at the Black-owned Prosperity Market.
Businesses make wearing masks optional for vaccinated individuals, after an update in CDC guidelines. Opinions regarding the new rules remain divided.
Pandemic-related restrictions exasperated underlying issues at pet hospitals and vets.