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  • Black college students face persistent hurdles, report finds

    Black college students face persistent hurdles, report finds
    More black students in California are earning bachelor's degrees than they were a decade ago, but enrollment in the state's public universities is stagnant and many are turning to costly for-profit schools, according to a new report. The road to...
  • California schools fear losing millions for low-income students

    Major California school districts fear they will be shortchanged millions of dollars in funding for their low-income students under new state rules requiring them to verify family incomes every year. Officials in Los Angeles, San Diego, Fresno and...
  • Jerry Brown calls Dec. 3 election for vacant L.A.-area Assembly seat

    Jerry Brown calls Dec. 3 election for vacant L.A.-area Assembly seat
    Gov. Jerry Brown on Monday called a Dec. 3 special election to fill a vacant Los Angeles-area Assembly seat. At least six candidates have said they intend to run for the 54th Assembly District post previously occupied by Holly Mitchell, a Democrat who...
  • L.A. Assemblywoman Holly Mitchell wins state Senate seat

    L.A. Assemblywoman Holly Mitchell wins state Senate seat
    SACRAMENTO — Assemblywoman Holly Mitchell (D-Los Angeles) has cruised to victory in a special election for the state Senate seat vacated by Democrat Curren Price when he was elected to the Los Angeles City Council this year. Mitchell received 80....
  • Zimmerman verdict: Officials urge protesters to reject violence

    Zimmerman verdict: Officials urge protesters to reject violence
    At a news conference in South Los Angeles Tuesday, more than a dozen elected officials and community leaders vowed to put an end to any further violence over the verdict in the Trayvon Martin case, but stressed the importance of new dialogue about race...
  • Supervisor's son enters L.A.-area assembly race and family business

    Supervisor's son enters L.A.-area assembly race and family business
    Sebastian Ridley-Thomas, a city council deputy and a son of Los Angeles County Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas, has entered the expected race for a Los Angeles-area seat in the state Assembly. Ridley-Thomas, 25, said he will run for the 54th Assembly...
  • Brown signs bill closing loophole in rape law

    Brown signs bill closing loophole in rape law
    SACRAMENTO — Closing a loophole in California's rape law, Gov. Jerry Brown on Monday signed a bill clarifying that an attacker who impersonates someone else to coerce a victim into sexual activity can be prosecuted for rape. He also approved a...
  • Special elections today for two Los Angeles-area legislative seats

    Special elections today for two Los Angeles-area legislative seats
    Voters in two Southern California legislative districts go to the polls Tuesday to fill vacancies created when lawmakers won election to the Los Angeles City Council earlier this year. The special elections are being held to fill the 45th Assembly...
  • Assemblywoman Holly Mitchell wins state Senate seat

    Assemblywoman Holly Mitchell wins state Senate seat
    Assemblywoman Holly Mitchell (D-Los Angeles) on Tuesday cruised to victory in a race for a seat on the state Senate vacated by Democrat Curren Price when he was elected to the Los Angeles City Council this year. With all precincts reporting in the...
  • Calif. Senate votes to reduce penalties for sale of crack cocaine

    Calif. Senate votes to reduce penalties for sale of crack cocaine
    The state Senate on Wednesday approved a measure that would reduce the penalty for possession of crack cocaine for sale to the same as that for powder cocaine and make it easier to get probation for both. Sen. Holly Mitchell (D-Los Angeles) said her...
  • Calif. Senate vote falls short for moratorium on oil fracking

    Calif. Senate vote falls short for moratorium on oil fracking
    The state Senate on Wednesday failed to muster the votes needed to set a moratorium on the oil drilling technique known as hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, until a study determines that it does not pose a health risk for the public. Sen. Holly...