Topic: Antonio Villaraigosa
Occupy LA protestors were supposed to be evicted at midnight Sunday. But Los Angeles police say they may give the Occupy LA camp a short reprieve.
11/28/2011 08:32 am
With hours left before the midnight deadline Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and Police Chief Charlie Beck gave for Occupy LA, very few of the occupiers were packing. Some are planning a Monday morning "eviction block party."
11/27/2011 04:48 pm
After supporting Occupy Wall Street with City Council proclamations and invitations to stay indefinitely, Los Angeles prepares to evict the 485-tent Occupy LA encampment that has spent seven weeks on the City Hall lawn.
11/26/2011 03:32 pm
Occupy Oakland protesters held a late night march after a protesting Iraq war veteran was left in critical condition following clash with police. Oakland's police force is coming under fire for improper use of force against the Occupy Oakland movement
10/27/2011 12:36 pm
With new recruits emerging daily and union members joining marches, 'Occupy Wall Street' is experiencing growing pains. Should it prioritize goals? Should it forge alliances?
10/05/2011 10:45 pm
The Los Angeles Unified School District is testing a pilot program for teacher evaluation that includes parent feedback and peer review. But unions are not happy.
08/19/2011 06:23 pm
Carmageddon that wasn't: Los Angeles rose to the occasion and avoided apocalyptic traffic jams. What led to the weekend of highway harmony, and will it happen again in 11 months?
07/18/2011 08:50 pm
In Pictures Carmageddon in Los Angeles
Farmers Field – a planned $1 billion football stadium in downtown L.A. – takes a few small steps toward reality this week. It could be finished by 2015. But many hurdles remain.
02/02/2011 07:22 pm
Even supporters of teachers unions have been critical of them in recent months, forcing unions to collaborate with school districts on education reform as never before.
01/28/2011 12:11 pm