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LAUSD teachers walk picket lines in the rain

LOS ANGELES — Thousands of teachers staffed picket lines in the rain Jan. 14, beginning the first teachers strike targeting the Los Angeles Unified School District in 30 years, but schools remained open and district officials called for a resumption of contract negotiations. “We are here for the kids, to try to get the district Read More…

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LAUSD teachers postpone strike to Jan. 14

LOS ANGELES — The first strike by teachers in the Los Angeles Unified School District in 30 years won’t start until Jan. 14, if it starts at all United Teachers Los Angeles announced Jan. 9 that it is delaying the start of a possible teachers strike for a few days. The strike had been scheduled Read More…

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2018 YEAR IN REVIEW: Legalized pot, sidewalk vending are among top stories

Elected officials had a busy year in 2018, trying to solve the homeless crisis, dealing with the legalization of the recreational use of marijuana and for many of them, running for re-election. Those were three of the top news stories over the past 12 months as reported by The Wave. Here is our annual look Read More…