All Out to Save Our Courts
A handful of judges want to permanently close eight LA County courts
Employer retaliation against immigrants decried
State lawmakers hope to stiffen penalties for bosses who threaten to turn employees
Apple Security Officers Demand Company’s Support in Organizing
Despite the fact that Silicon Valley-based Apple Inc. is one of the most successful and profitable companies in the world, the security guards who put their lives on the line to protect Apple’s headquarters are unable to secure decent health care benefits
Ex-Los Angeles Firefighter Sentenced for Fake Workers’ Comp
Prosecutors say a Los Angeles city firefighter has been sentenced to probation.
Sequestration cuts already affecting local ports
SAN PEDRO, Calif. (KABC) — The Port of Los Angeles is the busiest in the country and sixth busiest in the world when combined with the Port of Long Beach. But port officials say the federal government’s $85 billion budget sequestration is already starting to slow that stream of cargo, thanks to overtime cutbacks to U.S. Customs and Border Protection inspectors.