Peaceful protests turned violent in West Hollywood on Saturday following several days of civil unrest across the nation.
The protest attracted thousands and started peacefully in Pan Pacific Park in response to police brutality.
A professor of dentistry filed a lawsuit Tuesday against the University of California for allegedly retaliating against his testimony in a Title IX investigation.
Kang Eric Ting, a professor in the School of Dentistry, claimed he faced retaliatory abuse after he testified against Sotirios Tetradis, a senior associate dean of the School of Dentistry, in a Title IX sexual harassment proceeding against Tetradis in 2018.
Pandemic-related issues dominated this year’s International Workers’ Day protests across Los Angeles on Friday.
Usually a day for celebrating the working class, Angelenos across the political spectrum criticized the institutional handling of the coronavirus pandemic for being either too much or too little.
An electrician who worked for UCLA Facilities Management died from COVID-19 on Friday, a UCLA Health spokesperson confirmed.
Emmanuel Gomez, a journeyman electrician working at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, died Friday at another hospital, according to a Teamsters Local 2010 webpage dedicated to Gomez.
Defying stay-at-home orders, scores of protesters drove to Los Angeles City Hall on Wednesday to demand the city reopen nonessential businesses amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The protest is one of a series of “Operation Gridlock” rallies across the country, including a similar march at Huntington Beach on Friday, criticizing the stay-at-home orders’ effect on the economy.
Jorge Salcedo, the former UCLA men’s soccer coach who resigned following his involvement in the 2019 college admission bribery scheme, will plead guilty to conspiring to commit racketeering, according to a plea agreement released Tuesday.
Los Angeles City residents will be required to wear cloth face coverings while working or shopping at nonmedical essential businesses, LA Mayor Eric Garcetti announced Tuesday.
Los Angeles County has expanded coronavirus testing availability to any county resident who shows symptoms of a coronavirus infection, rather than only those most vulnerable to the disease, LA Mayor Eric Garcetti announced Monday.
This post was updated May 6 at 1:33 p.m.
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