"Happy birthday to ya, happy birthday!" It was a small group but a powerful moment as we sang happy birthday to Reverand Cecil L. (Chip) Murray of First AME church. The reverend was honored in celebration of his 91st birthday.
Five of the six protesters arrested during a third night of protests in the name of Breonna Taylor -- the Black woman fatally shot by Louisville, Kentucky police in a botched drug raid in March -- have been cited and released, a sheriff's watch sergeant said Saturday.
A bed in a hostel in Hollywood for just $14 a night sounds like a dream, but for the residents who live nearby it’s been a nightmare.
Looking new for something to watch? NBA great Shaquille O’Neal is the executive producer of a feature film bringing attention to the foster care system, "Foster Boy."
The first Black-owned independent craft brewer —South Los Angeles Beverage Company— is launching its first beer label, People's Republic of South Central (PRSC) on September 26. One hundred percent of net proceeds benefit charitable initiatives in South Central Los Angeles for those negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
A second night of protests in Hollywood over the shooting death of Breonna Taylor and the grand jury's refusal to indict any of the Louisville Metropolitan police officers directly for the killing turned violent, and two vehicles plowed through clusters of protesters on Sunset Boulevard, injuring at least one person.
The City Council has voted to use $6 million in federal CARES Act funding to help street vendors procure equipment and permits needed to comply with local laws.
The decision from the Grand Jury in the Breonna Taylor case on Wednesday sparked anger and concern from Black leaders and community members.
The Los Angeles Police Department Tuesday released surveillance video from a hit-and-run that occurred on Sept. 4 in Chinatown that left a grandmother severely injured. The family of the victim and the LAPD hopes the driver will turn himself in or that someone will be able to identify him.
Los Angeles Police Department officers pulled a wheelchair-bound man from a car wreck, moments before the vehicle burst into flames. The entire rescue was captured on dramatic video.
At Liberty Hill in San Pedro people honored the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg with a candlelight vigil on Monday night.
Since the beginning of the pandemic we haven’t really had a big earthquake, but Friday night many of us felt a big bump in the night.
Los Angeles police officers have run facial recognition software nearly 30,000 times in the last 11 years to help track down suspects, despite concerns about its reliability, especially when identifying people of color, the Los Angeles Times reported Monday.
Flags at all Los Angeles County and city buildings will be flown at half-staff this week to honor the life and legacy of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, it was announced Monday.
"Schitt's Creek," the Canadian series following a once-wealthy family who suddenly find themselves broke and living in a motel, dominated the "virtual" 72nd Emmy Awards Sunday night with seven wins, sweeping every comedy category, including outstanding comedy series.
Giuliana Rancic and Vivica A. Fox, who were set co-host E!'s red carpet Emmys pre-show, pulled out of the virtual event on Sunday, both having tested positive for COVID-19.
Police said on Saturday they are investigating a use-of-force incident in which an officer fired a foam-coated projectile into the groin of a male protester.
Cruisin' on a Saturday night. It's all part of SoCal's car culture and it's come alive during these COVID times. RIder Gang car club was founded by some car enthusiasts and entrepreneurs with big names in rap and acting. They found a way to still get together and social distance.
How would you like to take a gondola ride from Union Station to Dodger Stadium? That can soon become a reality.
We had been working on a story about the Jewish High Holidays when the news broke. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away.