More than 3,000 baggage handlers, wheelchair attendants, cabin cleaners and customer service agents are threatening a walkout over demands for higher pay.
The blaze has so far burned more than 1,300 acres but is no longer a threat to surrounding homes, according to fire officials. The flames erupted Sunday afternoon.
The protest, which was organized by a coalition of labor, immigrant-rights and faith-based groups, could bring as many as 100,000 demonstrators to downtown L.A.
We put out a call asking listeners who had witnessed the L.A. Riots to share their experiences. These are your responses.
After 11 years of calling the boardwalk home, the fire-eaters and sword swallowers will have to find new digs.
The victim was wading in the water when she was bitten along her upper thigh. The beach is expected to reopen Tuesday morning.
The march and festival also looked to a future as community organizations deal with problems still confronting South L.A.
It's national Prescription Drug Take-Back Day. Bring your pills, bottles and other meds and no one will ask any questions. The service is free and anonymous.
Those high winds are sticking around for one more day. The strongest will be in the San Fernando Valley, where gusts could reach 40 or 50 miles per hour.
Beverly Hills police say they are looking for a man who deliberately drove his Mercedes-Benz into boutiques on Rodeo Drive.
Hundreds of people, including City Hall employees and schoolchildren, take part in symbolic gesture of "cross-cultural unity."
Authorities are searching for "forensic evidence" and have also brought in a scent detection dog.
Tensions between blacks and Koreans in L.A. were high by the 90s. But Latasha Harlins' death in 1991 assured that Koreans would be targeted when the time came.
Elvira Evers was nine months pregnant when she took a bullet in the abdomen during the 1992 L.A. Riots. As the 25 anniversary of the riots approaches, Elvira and her daughter Jessica, now 25-years-old, reflect on how the riots left a literal mark on their lives.
Fernando Pullum was a high school music teacher in 1992. Today, he runs a community arts center with a mission to give kids hope — and music lessons.
Today's mantra that "there's a technological solution to everything" hasn't reached LA County's social welfare systems... yet.