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Health Officials Urge Southeast Residents to be Tested for Lead

Health Officials Urge Southeast Residents to be Tested for Lead

Free lead blood screenings got underway Monday for east and southeast Los Angeles residents who live within two miles of the Exide Technologies plant in Vernon, but health officials are warning residents that the biggest sources of lead could be coming from something inside their... [Read more...]

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Lack of Information and Funds Keeps DACA Applications Low

Lack of Information and Funds Keeps DACA Applications Low

Cynthia Tejeda was both nervous and hopeful as she waited in a long line at the Mexican Consulate Office in Los Angeles last week to speak with an immigration attorney. Originally from Cuernavaca, Morelos Mexico, Tejeda was brought to the U.S. illegally by her parents when she... [Read more...]

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Comienzan Planes Para Remodelación del Histórico Edificio Sears en Boyle Heights

Comienzan Planes Para Remodelación del Histórico Edificio Sears en Boyle Heights
Veintidós años después de haber sido vendido por primera vez y con más de un proyecto de renovación en puerta abandonado, los nuevos dueños del edificio Sears en Boyle Heights dicen tener planes interesantes para este icónico edificio. Los dueños Izec Shomof  y Leo Pustilnikov... [Read more...]

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Coalición Anuncia la Marcha del Primero de Mayo Enfocandose en Derechos al Trabajador y del Inmigrante

Coalición Anuncia la Marcha del Primero de Mayo Enfocandose en Derechos al Trabajador y del Inmigrante
Una coalición de organizaciones pro-inmigrantes, comunitarias, partidarios de los trabajadores y la economía anunciaron el martes por la mañana que la marcha del primero de mayo será “enfocada en el derecho al trabajador, salud, seguridad y para mantener a las familias... [Read more...]

April 17, 2014

April 17, 2014

Comienzan Planes Para Remodelación del Histórico Edificio Sears en Boyle Heights

Comienzan Planes Para Remodelación del Histórico Edificio Sears en Boyle Heights

Veintidós años después de haber sido vendido por primera vez y con más de un... Read more »


Funcionarios de Salud Instan a Residentes del Sureste que se Hagan el Examen del Plomo

El lunes se llevaron a cabo exámenes de sangre gratis para los residentes del Este... Read more »

El Distrito Escolar Unificado de Los Ángeles Aprueba Resolución Pro-Inmigrante

El martes la Junta de Educación del Distrito Escolar Unificado de Los Ángeles,... Read more »

Con Celebración de Música y Arte la Comunidad Ayuda a los Más Necesitados

El sábado fue un día de fiesta, música, comedia y arte para recaudar fondos y... Read more »


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Niños Hispanos Muestran Menor Predominio de Daltonismo Entre los Preescolares

Niños Hispanos Muestran Menor Predominio de Daltonismo Entre los Preescolares

Un estudio de daltonismo, o deficiencia para la visión de los colores, en un grupo... Read more »


Inicia Campaña Nacional “Donar Órganos es donar vida”

La mitad de los 7.000 pacientes en lista de espera de trasplantes en Los Ángeles... Read more »

Funcionarios Electos Hacen un Llamado para Obtener Fondos del Cuidado de Niños

Debido a que en la actualidad las mujeres conforman la mitad de los trabajadores... Read more »

Mexicoamericanos Más Propensos a Sufrir Secuelas Después de Un Ataque Cerebral

Una reciente investigación demostró que los mexicoamericanos sufren más secuelas... Read more »


 

City Probe Clears Huizar: Godoy Lawsuit Continues

City Probe Clears Huizar: Godoy Lawsuit Continues

A panel hired by the city to investigate sexual harassment and retaliation claims... Read more »


Garcetti Releases $8.1 Billion Budget Proposal

Mayor Eric Garcetti unveiled an $8.1 billion budget proposal Monday that includes... Read more »

Hillsides Charity Turns to Crowdfunding

A nonprofit group that provides services to needy and at-risk families, children... Read more »

Commerce Council Cordial as Recall Petition Nears Certification

On the surface, Tuesday evening’s city council meeting in Commerce appeared to... Read more »

Expanding Opportunities for CA Students

California lawmakers are considering two different proposals to increase educational... Read more »


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Subsidies for Developers: The Same Old Tired Strategy?

Subsidies for Developers: The Same Old Tired Strategy?

Is it prudent for the City of Los Angeles to offer tax incentives to project developers... Read more »


Immigration Reform: Diversity is Good for Business, the Economy

When thinking of immigration reform, we must ask ourselves what we want for the country.... Read more »

Letting Corporations Skate on Taxes Undermines Life on Main Street

The Great Recession “officially” ended almost five years ago, but looking at... Read more »


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Contreras-Sweet Sworn In as SBA Secretary

Contreras-Sweet Sworn In as SBA Secretary

A local businesswoman from Los Angeles was sworn in as the Secretary of the Small... Read more »


Walmart Opens Supercenter in South Gate

With an early morning ribbon-cutting ceremony Wednesday and thousands of dollars... Read more »

L.A. Overhauls Trash Pick-Up at Apartments, Businesses

The Los Angeles City Council Tuesday approved a transformation in the way trash is... Read more »


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UPDATE: Claims Of Sexual Harassment Against Huizar “Did Not Reveal Any Evidence”

UPDATE: Claims Of Sexual Harassment Against Huizar “Did Not Reveal Any Evidence”

A panel hired by the city to investigate sexual harassment and retaliation claims... Read more »


Five Students and Five Adults Killed in Bus Crash

Subsidies for Developers: The Same Old Tired Strategy?

Vernon Councilwoman Reelected

Metrolink Train Kills Pedestrian in East L.A.


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Community Calendar: April 17, 2014 – April 23, 2014

Community Calendar: April 17, 2014 – April 23, 2014

Today, Thursday, April 17 5-8pm—L.A. Sheriff Candidate Forum/Debate at the Hollenbeck... Read more »


Exhibit: ‘Viva la Causa! Dolores Huerta and the Struggle for Justice’ at LA Plaza

Dolores Huerta, who co-founded the United Farm Workers union, said she hopes an exhibit... Read more »

Exhibit: “Viva la Causa! Dolores Huerta and the Struggle for Justice” at LA Plaza

Dolores Huerta, who co-founded the United Farm Workers union, said Thursday she hopes... Read more »


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What’s Your Age Got To Do With It?

What’s Your Age Got To Do With It?

Have you ever woken feeling older than the day before and noticing a slow erosion... Read more »


Number of Measles Cases On the Rise

State public health officials are worried a large increase in the number of measles... Read more »

County Calls On Gay Men to Get Immunized

Eight people in Los Angeles County have been diagnosed with invasive meningococcal... Read more »


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