While responding to a stalled vehicle, a roadside assistance employee was shot and killed by an unknown suspect in the Fashion District of Downtown LA on November 15 at 8:30 p.m., according to officer Drake Madison of LAPD’s media relations division.
The SoLa I CAN Foundation and The Partnership for Los Angeles Schools, two nonprofit organizations, partnered with the Los Angeles Kings, Wells Fargo and AEG to distribute laptops and mobile Wi-Fi hotspots to underserved students and families of South Los Angeles.
For 13 years, the annual HomeWalk 5K in Downtown Los Angeles has been the nation’s largest annual event to end homelessness. For 2020, it went virtual and COVID-safe with “HomeWalk at Home,” sponsored by United Way of Greater Los Angeles and the Los Angeles Rams.
Building bridges between communities and law enforcement often happens over time, through one-on-one discussions between individuals with different experiences and viewpoints.
A Los Angeles community center is providing a safe space for students to learn, as schools in Los Angeles Unified School District remain closed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
An organizer of a group against the 2028 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles said the event will only worsen the social problems the United States is witnessing.
The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation will continue its annual Biofreeze Run this year, but like other 2020 events, it will be virtual November 8 to November 15.
Second-generation Korean American David Kim is running for Congress to represent district CA34 in the U.S. House of Representatives with a goal of ending “lip service” within politics and bringing power back to the people.