Proceeds from the Wednesday, April 1 inaugural "Fun Run" will go toward the school’s math and reading intervention programs; science and engineering, art and music education.
A 19-year-old UC Berkeley student who disappeared after attending a party at a USC fraternity was found dead about one mile from the campus, an uncle told a Northern California television station today.
The Willows Community School will present an evening with Marc Brackett, director of the Yale Center of Emotional Intelligence and co-creator of RULER, an evidence-based approach to social, emotional learning, at 7 p.m., Wednesday, April 29, at the Culver City school. “Emotions matter, and they matter a great deal in school,” says Brackett. “Everyone needs emotional intelligence and opportunities to be brave and kind.”
South African comedian Trevor Noah will host iconic US late-night news satire "The Daily Show," whose anchor Jon Stewart announced last month he would step down, the program said Monday.
US President Barack Obama on Monday enlisted his predecessor John F. Kennedy in defense of contentious nuclear talks with Iran that are now coming down to the wire.
Swiss Bank BSI will pay a $211 million penalty after acknowledging it helped clients create sham identities to evade US taxes, the Justice Department announced Monday.
A former Los Angeles Unified elementary school teacher was convicted today of murdering his 43-year-old estranged wife outside a West Hills home where she had taken refuge after obtaining a restraining order against him.
Police opened fire and one suspect died Monday after a car tried to ram its way into the headquarters of US National Security Agency, America's electronic eavesdropper.
A judge today rejected an effort by the nation of Brazil to dismiss or put on hold a case filed five years ago to determine the rightful owner of the 840-pound Bahia emerald, saying lawyers for the country waited too long to get involved and failed to follow proper legal grounds in bringing the motion.
The Beverly Hills Farmers' Market will be closed Sunday for Easter (April 5).
The Market, which features many fresh-from-farm producers, live entertainment, kids' fun, and pony rides through the month of April - will begin again the next Sunday, April 12, as usual.