With landmark federal policies such as the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law https://www.fhwa.dot.gov/bipartisan-infrastructure-law/#:~:text=The%20Bipartisan%20Infrastructure%20Law%20provides,of%20the%20Interstate%20Highway%20System. and Inflation Reduction Act https://www.energy.gov/lpo/inflation-reduction-act-2022, there’s more federal money than ever before going to states to help them deal with the impacts and causes of climate change.
After nearly two years, the chain link fence surrounding Echo Park Lake is being removed by the Department of Recreation and Parks. Los Angeles Councilmember Hugo Soto-Martinez announced Friday the totality of the fence should be removed by March 31st.
For three years now, L.A. County’s COVID eviction protections have helped stabilize renters who lost income during the pandemic. But those rules are set to expire.
Ridley-Thomas is charged with conspiracy, bribery, mail fraud and wire fraud.
With schools shut down for the better part of a week, parents sought out learning opportunities for their children, sometimes in unexpected places.
The strike that shut down Los Angeles Unified School District is over, but more strikes may well be on the way.
A month ago, San Bernardino mountain communities were hit by the first in a series of powerful storms, the likes of which had not been experienced in the area since 1989. These communities are at some of the highest risk when it comes to the changing climate, which is worsening forest fires, heat, storms and flooding in the area.
The Los Angeles Unified School District employs many college students as teaching assistants. They're on the picket lines but also facing mid-terms.
The strike by school support staff and teachers allowed opportunities to understand things like "What is a picket line?" but also unexpected lessons, too.
Starting this summer, the entire 23-campus California State University system begins a dual admissions program.
This latest storm brought some of the wildest weather to date, including tornadoes – with winds in excess of 70 miles per hour, doing damage to homes and businesses in Ventura and LA Counties, specifically in Carpinteria and Montebello.
The district is providing meals to students while schools are closed for the three-day strike.
After about three years of shielding tenants from evictions due to non-payment of rent, L.A. County is set to scrap renter protections https://laist.com/news/housing-homelessness/los-angeles-county-city-eviction-guide tied to the COVID-19 pandemic. Housing advocates and renters had called for more help before March 31, when the COVID-19 protections are set to expire. But county leaders rejected a proposal on Tuesday intended to soften the blow for renters who could soon face eviction. After hours of debate, the L.A. County Board of Supervisors voted against setting up new protections tied to the ongoing homelessness emergency they declared https://laist.com/news/housing-homelessness/la-county-declares-state-of-emergency-on-homelessness earlier this year.
County officials have voted to rename the park "Gloria Molina Grand Park" in honor of the former L.A. County supervisor, who announced last week that she has terminal cancer.
Yet another storm is setting upon the San Bernardino Mountains threatening to strain the roads, homes and nerves of community members still recovering from the devastation of record setting snow in late February.
Assemblymember Isaac Bryan (D-Los Angeles) has introduced a bill that could make it harder for campaigns to mislead voters when circulating petitions to qualify a statewide referendum.
A Long Beach elementary school has been ordered to close by the health department due to a nearly month-long outbreak of norovirus.
For public media folk getting NPRmageddoned — it’s kind of a rite of passage. Sharon McNary reports.
Los Angeles Unified School District is set to be closed next week from March 21 to March 23 during a planned strike of 65,000 teachers and other staff .
Set to open last year, construction hasn’t even begun at the Koreatown location.
L.A. Mayor Karen Bass said her administration is succeeding at moving unhoused Angelenos off the streets under her signature homelessness program Inside Safe https://laist.com/news/housing-homelessness/la-mayor-bass-releases-new-inside-safe-plan-to-combat-homelessness— but they’re still addressing roadblocks to getting people from shelters to permanent housing.
The relentless onslaught of rain and snow this winter has been a curse to many, but who hasn’t been bothered? Anaheim’s tourists.
Molina, 74, says she's been battling terminal cancer for three years, but now "it is very aggressive." She was the first Latina elected to the California Legislature, the L.A. City Council, and the L.A. County Board of Supervisors.
The president is expected to call for stricter gun laws nearly two months after 11 people were killed in a mass shooting.
Another atmospheric river approaches this Tuesday. It is ranked on a scale of 2 to 3… but what does that ranking mean and why do we have it?
This next storm could cause mudslides across Southern California because we've had in recent months.
The Asian American filmmakers of the night’s big winner, made sure to thank their immigrant parents.
Xylazine or ‘Tranq’ is linked to increasing overdoses and has now been found up and down the West Coast.
Before the nine-member Los Angeles Community College District went fully remote in March 2020, about 1 in every 5 students already had online classes.
With the federal health emergency ending in May, and masks a thing of the past, many people suffering from lingering effects of the virus known as long COVID feel like they are on their own.