A roundup of Capital & Main videos that captured a year on fire.
When a planned protest calling for Trump to leave fell on the morning Joe Biden became president-elect, a celebration broke out.
Black Lives Matter activists bring Ava DuVernay and Los Angelenos together on Election Day to celebrate organizing and voting.
In an eleventh hour move, Sacramento extended the statewide eviction moratorium for renters suffering COVID-related hardships.
At least 12 past and present Trump administration staffers have ties to neo-Nazi and anti-immigrant hate groups.
On Saturday Angelenos and demonstrators in other cities urged Gov. Newsom to deport ICE from California.
Robert Fuller and Malcolm Harsch, both black men, were found dead, hanging from trees, two weeks apart.
Youth from around Los Angeles marched for police reform and justice in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement.
An historic week saw an historically large protest march down Hollywood’s Walk of Fame.
Latino, Chicano and Indigenous residents of El Sereno, a neighborhood in northeast Los Angeles, march in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement.
At least 2,700 people have been arrested in the city of Los Angeles for participating in protests denouncing the killing of George Floyd.
The Black Lives Matter demonstration demanded an end to police violence against people of color.
The deaths of young, previously healthy COVID patients show the danger of ignoring personal safety precautions.
As the pandemic’s cruelest month gave way to the merry month of May, Los Angeles was filled with demands and unrest.
Two Kaiser RNs look back on a week of having to use “reprocessed” N95 masks. Meanwhile, COVID cases have leveled off.
The 60-day ban, which originally targeted all forms of immigration, now freezes the issuing of green cards.
With the pandemic showing no signs of slowing, nurses at Peter Sidhu’s hospital are allowed to bring in their own masks from home.
Policies for PPE (personal protective equipment) have become streamlined, but a fear of cross-contamination remains.
For registered nurse Peter Sidhu, every work shift is hand-to-hand combat with a virus that sickens – and kills — more Californians daily.
Los Angeles’ cleanup of a homeless encampment is met by protests from homeless residents and activists.