The city of Santa Clarita on Friday announced the 16 community members selected to be part of the revamped Human Relations Roundtable.
They are Amanda Andrew, Paul Butler, Cassidy Butow, Paul N. De La Cerda, Ignacio Garcia, Reham Kassem, Jenny Ketchepaw, Tere La Guisa, Gloria Locke, Renee Marshall,...
WASHINGTON — In a landmark 6-3 decision, the United States Supreme Court ruled Monday that federal anti-discrimination protections also apply to LGBTQ employees.
“An employer who fires an individual for being homosexual or transgender fires that person for traits or actions it would not have questioned...
Find out which new laws will affect your business and employees, and learn the steps you can take to help ensure compliance and avoid costly fines or litigation.
Brian Koegle from Poole & Shaffery, LLP will present his annual Employment Law Update with a review of new federal and state regulations...
Former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio. Photo: Courthouse News
U.S. Rep. Steve Knight termed President Donald Trump’s pardon of former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio “improper” in a letter to a constituent Monday.
Knight, R-Palmdale, a retired LAPD officer, was responding to...
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The city of Santa Clarita is being sued over civil rights discrimination; When a tragedy strikes like the one in Yarnell, Arizona, that took the lives of 19 young firefighters, it is natural to want to help.
With parades, fireworks, music and barbecues planned for Independence...
Editor’s note: In his analysis, which can be read [HERE], Prof. Richard Sander of the UCLA School of Law alleges that UCLA has been admitting a disproportionately high percentage of African-Americans as freshmen, and further concludes that this has resulted from admissions officers taking applicants’...
Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca issued the following response today to an FBI inquiry into allegations that deputies participated in the alleged harassment of minorities in federally subsidized housing in the Antelope Valley:
Poverty and crime in the same place is a formula for social failure....
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond announced "A Trusted Space: Redirecting Grief to Growth", a film-based program to help address increasing mental health challenges faced by students during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Los Angeles County Supervisors Kathryn Barger and Janice Hahn called Tuesday for a thorough assessment of the Department of Children and Family Services that will place a spotlight on how well the organization is guided by evidence-based decisions and data to deliver outcomes for its clients.
Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital reported Tuesday one additional death from COVID-19 Monday, bringing the total number to 205 since the onset of the pandemic, confirmed spokesman Patrick Moody. Meanwhile, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health confirmed 36 additional deaths and 18,822 new cases of COVID-19 countywide, with 65,938 total cases in the Santa Clarita Valley.
No. 6 College of the Canyons women’s basketball team won its fourth straight game 54-47 over West L.A. College at the Cougar Cage on Saturday, as Monique Febles finished with 17 points and LuLu Salloom pulled down 21 rebounds to keep COC in the win column.
Nominees for the 53rd NAACP Image Awards include CalArtians honored across several categories, including Outstanding Actor, Outstanding Animated Motion Picture, Outstanding Short Form (Animiated), Outstanding Children’s Program and Outstanding Animated Series.
Big Chicken, the star-powered chicken concept founded by legendary basketball Hall of Famer Shaquille O’Neal, announced today it has signed a franchise agreement with chiropractor Dr. Pat Khaziran and his business partner and Southern California restaurateur Andy Gitipityapon to open a location in Valencia.
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond announced an extension of unlimited access to myON digital books and daily news articles for students in California until Monday, Feb. 28, 2022.
Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital reported two additional deaths from COVID-19 Monday, bringing the total number to 204 since the onset of the pandemic, confirmed spokesman Patrick Moody. (One of those deaths was recorded Sunday).