California prison inmates earning college degrees

"For me as a ‘life without inmate,’ it shows that it doesn't matter how much time you are doing or what is going on in your life... you can change and that change is real," said Freddie Hernandez, who serving a life sentence without the possibility of parole.

Transgender LAUSD high school student shares her story

Transgender students are estimated to be about 1 percent of students within the Los Angeles Unified School District. FOX 11’s Bob DeCastro spoke to school district officials on about their policies and a transgender student who recently came out shares her story.

LAUSD Back to School: Students met with long lines

Hundreds of thousands of Los Angeles Unified School District students are scheduled to return to classrooms Monday, but some were met with long lines as they arrived on campus due to an extended process of verifying requiring COVID-19 tests.

Destination Education: Students who’ve dropped out or fallen off the grid

Teachers in the greater LA area say they’ve had students who stopped attending Zoom school, in some cases, they had no idea what had happened to the students, but some high school students quit to start working to help their families economically. In this segment, FOX 11 looks at what has become of these students and what are the schools doing to make sure that they continue their education.