Artists have flocked to Inglewood for decades, drawn by low rents at warehouse and commercial spaces, but changes are afoot that might put upward pressure on rents.
In August 1965, as violence flared in Los Angeles’ African American neighborhoods, Robert Richardson became a part of urban legend.
Teaching kids at a Watts housing project to code websites and apps could be a step toward easing the digital divide in South LA.
Los Angeles County officials voted Tuesday to put resources in place to help immigrants apply for deportation relief, despite a federal judge’s ruling last week to halt an expansion of the Obama administration’s deferred action programs.
Xinran Ji sprinted into the middle of the street toward his apartment near the University of Southern California last summer as three attackers dashed after, striking him one by one with a baseball bat.
A new crop of Zumba studios have taken root in South LA, helping people lose weight and transform their lives.
Los Angeles will soon see several dozen new billboards and posters across the city featuring digits outlined in bright teal – a hotline for human trafficking victims to get help.
Hedge fund manager William Ackman says Herbalife is a pyramid scheme that exploits the poor. Yet the company attracts fans grateful for a chance to run their own businesses.
Brandon Spencer has recently begun serving a prison term for opening fire at a Halloween party two years ago at the University of Southern California. He is paying a 40-year price for four shots that killed no one.
Stanley Thiesfield’s cause of death will likely remain “undetermined” to the coroner and investigators. So will hundreds of other deaths each year in Los Angeles, haunting both families and officials.