LOS ANGELES, Calif.,- Some fast-food workers in the Los Angeles area are expected to walk off the job Thursday as part of their continuing effort to increase their wages to $15 an hour and to form a union.
As she stares at herself in the mirror preparing for another day, hidden behind her beauty is a secret that no one could ever imagine, a secret that changed Mariana’s life almost nine years ago.
Funeral services were held recently for Sharon A.M. Pilgram-Blackmon, a long-time Los Angeles resident. She was 54. Pilgram-Blackmon moved to Los Angeles from Arkansas in 1960 with her mother Bertha Lou M. McCoy. She attended Bret Hart Middle school and ...
A man who allegedly opened fire on Inglewood police and then barricaded himself inside a home, while holding his girlfriend and her 14-year-old daughter hostage for more than eight hours, was charged this week with multiple counts of attempted murder ...
In the 54th Assembly District race, 26-year-old Sebastian Ridley-Thomas handily defeated his rivals to win the right to represent voters in the state government.
Like many Black Californians, Chearon Raye faces a dilemma when the time comes to make a purchase as substantial as a new automobile.
On a rainy Black Friday in Los Angeles, Walmart in the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza was subjected to an action that was part of a national protest as local pro-union groups formed an “Our Walmart Campaign,” in support of changing ...
The Los Angeles Police Department has arrested one suspect and is searching for another in the case of one of two drive-by shootings that happened last week.
Salmonella causes an estimated 1.3 million illnesses each year in the United States. The United States Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) hopes to tackle that toll with the help of a new “Salmonella Action Plan.”
A Los Angeles Superior Court judge who claims UCLA police used excessive force against him during a recent traffic stop refused officers’ orders to remain inside his vehicle, university officials said today.
The lawyer for the accused serial killer dubbed the Grim Sleeper asked a judge today for permission to photograph nearly 900 pieces of evidence, some of which date back more than 28 years.
A Yorba Linda student was selected to represent California in the William Randolph Hearst Foundation’s 52nd annual U.S. Senate Youth Program, the state Department of Education announced this week.
The Los Angeles City Council this week tentatively approved a pilot program to allow murals on single-family homes in northeast Los Angeles, Boyle Heights and parts of South Los Angeles.
Black Americans with advanced colorectal cancer are less likely than White patients to see cancer specialists or to receive cancer treatments, according to a new study.
NEW YORK, A commuter train derailed in a curve in the New York borough of the Bronx on Sunday, killing four people and leaving dozens hurt, investigators said.