August 25, 2016 Issue

August 25, 2016 Issue

Plomo de Planta Exide Contamina a Escuelas del LAUSD

Plomo de Planta Exide Contamina a Escuelas del LAUSD

Después del descubrimiento de plomo en la tierra de la Escuela Elemental Lorena... Read more »


Beneficios de la Medida M Cuestionados en Áreas del Sureste

Localizada a lo largo del peor embotellamiento de tráfico del estado, la Ciudad... Read more »

Distrito Escolar de Montebello Demanda a Contratistas Por Contaminación Mineral

El Distrito Escolar Unificado de Montebello (MUSD) está demandando a dos compañías... Read more »

Breves de La Comunidad

Boyle Heights (CNS) – Un hombre de 26 años murió en un tiroteo, supuestamente... Read more »


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Latinos Representan Casi Mitad de Personas Sin Cobertura Médica

Latinos Representan Casi Mitad de Personas Sin Cobertura Médica

Pese a que el número de personas sin seguro médico ha caído a mínimos históricos... Read more »


Cinco Maneras Para Fortalecer a su Familia, Según First 5 LA

¿Cómo se puede lograr que una familia sea sólida? Hay estudios que muestran que... Read more »

Envejecimiento Más Lento Para Latinos Según Estudios

Los latinos envejecen más lentamente pese a tener índices más altos de diabetes... Read more »

Cáncer Menos Común Entre Latinos en Los Ángeles

Las mujeres latinas presentan uno de los índices más bajos de casos de cáncer... Read more »


 

L.A. Gives Kobe Bryant His Own Day

L.A. Gives Kobe Bryant His Own Day

The Los Angeles City Council declared Wednesday Kobe Bryant Day, honoring the recently... Read more »


County Will Fight Moves to Cut Its Metro Board Seats

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors went on record Tuesday against a state... Read more »

Montebello Unified Sues Companies For Spreading Asbestos

The Montebello Unified School District is collectively suing two companies for $3.5... Read more »

Two Straight Wins for Rams at Home

Jared Goff threw a 10-yard touchdown pass to running back Malcom Brown with 10 minutes,... Read more »


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Police Videos Should Be Routinely Released to the Public

Police Videos Should Be Routinely Released to the Public

The latest demonstration of police misconduct and abuse under the color of authority... Read more »


Where Has All the Money for Our Schools Gone?

As fall approaches, millions of moms and dads are scrambling to prepare for the first... Read more »

The Hidden Homeless Population

Most children in the United States spend their school days dreaming of their next... Read more »


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Rumors of Its Demise Wrong, Says Herbalife

Rumors of Its Demise Wrong, Says Herbalife

A top executive for Los Angeles-based Herbalife Wednesday denied assertions that... Read more »


Singer Sues Wells Fargo for Negligence, Deceit

Mexican singer Ana Barbara sued Wells Fargo Thursday, alleging two employees looted... Read more »

Trader Joe’s Agrees to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Monrovia-based Trader Joe’s will pay a $500,000 penalty and take steps to reduce... Read more »


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Tear Gas Used to End Standoff In Highland Park

Tear Gas Used to End Standoff In Highland Park

A man who allegedly threatened to kill his father was arrested Tuesday following... Read more »


L.A. Councils Backs State “Emergency Declaration” on Homelessness

Man Killed in Alleged Gang Shooting

Drug-Hauling, Gun-Toting Montebello Parolee Sentenced to 20 Years

Sheriffs Need Public’s Help to Catch Armed Robber


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‘As Straw Before the Wind’ Evokes Discussion for L.A.’s Fil Am Community

‘As Straw Before the Wind’ Evokes Discussion for L.A.’s Fil Am Community

What first began as letting off steam on a Facebook rant to ask “Where are all... Read more »


Community Calendar: Aug. 25, 2016 – Aug. 31, 2016

Thursday Aug. 25 4-5:30pm–Art of Spoken Word Workshop at the City Terrace Library.... Read more »

Jazz It Up Latin Style This Weekend

Now in its third year, the 2016 Latin Jazz and Musical Festival returns to Northeast... Read more »


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Many U.S. Black and Hispanic Children Lack Mental Health Care

Many U.S. Black and Hispanic Children Lack Mental Health Care

New America Media – Black and Hispanic children and young adults with mental... Read more »


‘Hispanic Paradox’: Latinos Live Longer Than Other Races, UCLA Says

Latinos age at a slower rate than other ethnic groups, despite having a higher susceptibility... Read more »

West Nile Spreading Across L.A. County

West Nile virus is continuing to spread across the Southland, with vector-control... Read more »


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