A judge will consider in January whether to revoke the conditional release of a serial rapist who had been living in a home near Palmdale for about two years before being taken into custody for allegedly violating the terms of ...
A local Major League Baseball prospect this week learned the hard lesson regarding “delete before you tweet.”
Rep. Steve Knight (CA-25) urges that NASA’s budget be fully funded and made stronger, when the House and Senate meet to work out differences between their respective agency authorization bills.
Sheriff’s detectives asked for the public’s help this week to find a 61-year-old woman suffering from dementia and bipolar disorder who went missing in Palmdale.
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, CBC Chairman G. K. Butterfield issued the following statement on the passing of Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, Incorporated (CBCF) Fellow, Jonathan E. Riley, Esq.:
Acting on a motion by Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas, Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved investing $3 million to help build a bioscience incubator on the Harbor-UCLA Medical Center campus.
Assemblymember Sebastian-Ridley Thomas recently conducted a telephonic town hall to engage members of the community in a discussion on the Zika virus and how to prevent the spread of Zika within the Los Angeles community. Below is an overview of ...
A 19-year-old mentally disabled man wearing a red T- shirt and red shoes was gunned down near a South Los Angeles car wash over nothing more than “gang pride,” a prosecutor told jurors this week. “Tavin Price was no
Gloria Naylor, the award-winning novelist whose debut work “The Women of Brewster Place” would be adapted into a 1989 TV miniseries starring Cicely Tyson and Oprah Winfrey, has died. She was 66.
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southern California (RMHC) announced this week that applications are being accepted for its scholarship program, with $233,000 to be doled out to deserving high school seniors in the region.
The U.S. Postal Service continued its tradition of celebrating Kwanzaa by dedicating a new Kwanzaa Forever stamp. The First-Day-of-Issue dedication ceremony took place in Marion Square in Charleston, N.C. at the MOJA Art Festival celebrating African-American and Caribbean arts.
Los Angeles County election officials have joined with their counterparts across the state to encourage people to register to vote and take part in the upcoming presidential election. As presidential hopefuls Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton will square off Oct. ...
Gov. Jerry Brown Sept. 28 signed legislation that requires law enforcement officials to notify adults if they have been placed on a gang database and gives them an opportunity to challenge their inclusion and request removal.
Two South Los Angeles men, one African American and the other Hispanic, were involved in officer-involed shootings last weekend that left both dead. Los Angeles police chief Charlie Beck on Tuesday released a security video of the chase leading up ...
A nationwide civil-rights organization is up in arms about a proposal that would give law enforcement agencies the power to disrupt electronic communication services during an emergency—without prior notice.