Current Dodgers stars Clayton Kershaw and Corey Seager shared their favorite memories with the late hall-of-fame skipper.
Councilman Mitch O'Farrell, who arranged for the closure of Echo Park Lake last month after a large homeless encampment developed during the COVID-19 pandemic, introduced two motions to the City Council Tuesday to authorize reports on the conditions in the park before the closure.
Faculty at USC, UCLA, UC Irvine and Occidental College penned a letter to Mayor Eric Garcetti and the Los Angeles City Council on Wednesday to express their "grave and urgent concerns" about the city's removal of approximately 200 unhoused Angelenos living at Echo Park Lake.
Unhoused residents of Echo Park and their supporters held a silent candlelight march and vigil in protest of the violent eviction of homeless residents during the COVID-19 pandemic.
City Councilman Mitch O'Farrell claimed success on Saturday in the effort to clean up Echo Park Lake, with the last of more than 200 homeless people removed, and a $500,000 repair and restoration project underway after days of protests that included more than 180 arrests.
The park is now empty and sanitation crews have moved in to clean up.
Police are starting to make arrests after they ordered protesters in Echo Park to disperse earlier in the night.
Los Angeles police insisted Friday they acted quickly to identify and release members of the media who were detained while covering another night of protests outside Echo Park, where the city has been working to clear a homeless encampment to make way for a renovation project.
Residents in Echo Park have been dealing with the homeless situation for some time now.
A citywide tactical alert was issued Wednesday night as Los Angeles police in riot gear declared an unlawful assembly and order to disperse as hundreds of advocates for the homeless gathered in Echo Park.
Activists gathered at Echo Park Lake Wednesday morning ahead of the city's plans to close the park where well more than a hundred people have taken up residence.
The wait to watch the Boys in Blue with a Dodger Dog may soon be over!
Christian outreach events organized by Evangelical volunteer pastor Sean Feucht continue in the Los Angeles area despite COVID-19 restrictions.
About 50 people, mostly without masks, chanted and waved signs outside the Echo Park home of Los Angeles County Department of Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer to protest the start of tighter COVID-19 restrictions.