Hello, and welcome to this week’s collection of top stories by Los Angeles Times photographers.
His future coach found Dennis Kasumba working in a slaughterhouse. The boy lost his parents at a young age and lived in poverty and despair. Now, as a young man, he has found purpose in pursuing his dream of becoming Uganda’s first Major League Baseball player. His trainer and family are using TikTok to get him there.
After 15 years of silence, negotiations between the leaders of the Writers Guild of America and the Union of Film and Television Producers have reached an impasse, causing a WGA . strike. On Tuesday, writers picked up scavenging signs and headed to the sidewalk in front of all the big movies and TV shows. film studio in LA and New York to claim higher pay from streaming and improving working conditions. Watch scene in the strike and find out how it is possible break Hollywood. The current writers’ strike is just the latest in Hollywood. Since the 1950s, the writers went on strike eight times.
Most California colleges do not provide rape kits on campus and students are demanding better access to care, lobbying politicians and put pressure on university administrators to create more measures to address sexual violence on campus. A new sexual assault forensics site at UC Irvine is a potential model for better systemic access.
Family, friends and Los Angeles police officers gathered at the LAPD’s Wall of Honor downtown on Wednesday to honorable celebration 239 officers died in the line of duty.
Who is Coachella? While the final notes of the popular music festival are still ringing in the ears of concertgoers, the festival grounds – Indio’s Empire Polo Club – are filled with music. Last weekend, thousands of fans attended the event Country Music Festival Stagecoachconsidered “country music’s biggest party”.
And finally, a chance to enjoy a moment of peace, with this couple enjoying the warm, fragrant breezes while hiking along the winding path through the lush hills of Chino State Park. Hills.