With the Gannett Co. bid for Los Angeles Times parent tronc Inc. having fallen by the wayside, local eyes have turned to biotech billionaire Patrick Soon-Shiong, tronc’s second-largest shareholder, as a potential savior for the institution.
A collection of breaking news stories reported for Reuters in Los Angeles.
The Day Laborers of the North and Ana Tijoux brought music to the doorstep of a federal prison in downtown L.A. in solidarity with detained immigrants.
Lionel Muldrew picked up his keys on Monday for a renovated apartment at the Rosslyn Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles — not only a new home, but also his first home in six years.
Paying higher wages could threaten Bobak Roshan’s business, already burdened by fees and taxes.
Los Angeles roots for the underdog while riling businesses with proposals to hike the minimum wage.
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.
Listen to Anthony Aguiar, lead singer for the band P A R I S, describe the mystique of The Satellite in Silver Lake, one of L.A.’s most storied concert venues.
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.