Residents of the city of Los Angeles give LAPD favorable marks for its performance but still see disparities in how different ethnic groups are treated by police, according to the survey.
Loyola Marymount University Political Science Professor Fernando Guerra says the letter is a legitimate public discussion.
Residents of Los Angeles are more pessimistic than ever that racial unrest similar to what the city went through in 1992 will re-occur soon, according to an LMU survey.
LOS ANGELES — A majority of Los Angeles County residents expect the region’s homelessness crisis to get worse over the next year rather than better, according to a survey conducted by the Thomas and Dorothy…
For the first time since 2013, the City of Los Angeles is holding a mayoral election without an incumbent. Given this opportunity, it’s no surprise that a collection of well-credentialed candidates entered the race….
LOS ANGELES — 41.5 percent of registered voters told pollsters they would either choose someone else or that they didn’t know who they would vote for to succeed Mayor Eric Garcetti.
Five of the leading candidates to be the next mayor of Los Angeles faced off in a debate at Loyola Marymount University on Tuesday, finding common ground over the major issues facing the city…