More than a year after an invasion of LAPD troops cleared the L.A. City Hall lawn of a months-long Occupy encampment, the city and county are being sued over the action.
The federal, class-action suit filed on behalf of about 300 occupiers claims their "rights to assembly, association, freedom from ... More >>
On the fourth day of "Operation Healthy Streets" -- the city's attempt to power-wash Skid Row of its feces, syringes and lord-knows-what-else -- the regulars near 4th and Towne got into a tense standoff with the LAPD, according to Pete White with the L.A. Community Action Network.
White, a homeles ... More >>
Local politicians keep insisting that their new ban on camping in city parks was not in reaction to Occupy L.A.
That's insanely hard to believe, considering they're smack-dab in the middle of a makeover story starring the L.A. City Hall lawn -- which got thoroughly wrecked by the hundreds of protes ... More >>
Updated at the bottom: The City Attorney's office says that while about 245 have been released or were bailed out without charges, it ain't over yet. First posted at 4:42 p.m.
Most of the 291 or so Occupy L.A. protesters who were jailed following Wednesday morning's raid of their City Hall e ... More >>
To the boulevard!We lamented the loss of the Hollywood Boulevard superheroes. After they were kicked off the street by the LAPD they inspired protests and even a web-based show.
Now the masked men and women are back. A federal judge on Wednesday issued an injunction that essentially tells t ... More >>