July 23, 2015 Issue

July 23, 2015 Issue

Delegación Alemana de las Olimpiadas Especial Entrena en Cal State Los Ángeles

Delegación Alemana de las Olimpiadas Especial Entrena en Cal State Los Ángeles

Cerca de 200 atletas, entrenadores y personal de la delegación alemana llegaron... Read more »


Proyecto Habitacional Montebello Hills: No es Trato Hecho

Una demanda presentada la semana pasada alegando que la ciudad de Montebello falló... Read more »

Breves de la Comunidad

Highland Park Un vehículo que atravesó un hidrante el miércoles por la mañana... Read more »

En California Se Han Entregado Cerca de 400,000 Licencias a Indocumentados

Las autoridades de transporte de California informaron el viernes que en sus primeros... Read more »


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Aumentan Casos de Sífilis en Mujeres y Bebés Latinos en California

Aumentan Casos de Sífilis en Mujeres y Bebés Latinos en California

En los últimos años California ha experimentado un aumento de casos de sífilis... Read more »


Los Juegos Mundiales de Olimpiadas Especiales Llegan a Los Ángeles

Siete mil atletas de 177 países, 2,000 entrenadores y miles de voluntarios y aficionados... Read more »

Trenes de Metro Celebran 25 Aniversario con Recreación de Apertura de la Línea Azul

Metro celebró el lunes el 25 aniversario de su moderno sistema de trenes, que abarca... Read more »

Más de la Mitad de Familias Latinas en California Vive en Pobreza

Más de la mitad de las familias latinas de California vive en la pobreza, concluyó... Read more »


 

Montebello Hills Housing Project: Not a Done Deal

Montebello Hills Housing Project: Not a Done Deal

A lawsuit filed last week claiming the city of Montebello failed to adequately review... Read more »


County Follows L.A.’s Lead: Raises Minimum Wage

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to incrementally raise... Read more »

Special Olympics: Getting Around Town

When plans for the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles were first announced, there... Read more »

LADWP Considers Tighter Watering Rules

A Los Angeles city panel called Tuesday for outdoor watering to be restricted to... Read more »


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Minimum Wage Hike Would Cut County’s ‘Safety Net’ Costs

Minimum Wage Hike Would Cut County’s ‘Safety Net’ Costs

The City of Los Angeles last month voted to increase its minimum wage to $15 by 2020.... Read more »


Seizure of Property Prior to Conviction Really Not Fair

Is suspicion of being involved in drug sales reason enough for law enforcement agencies... Read more »

Continuing to Fall Short on LCFF Transparency

In the lead-up to this year’s budget agreement, the Assembly Budget Committee approved... Read more »


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County Follows L.A.’s Lead: Raises Minimum Wage

County Follows L.A.’s Lead: Raises Minimum Wage

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to incrementally raise... Read more »


Hotel Groups Sue to Stop Minimum Wage Mandate

A pair of hotel industry groups filed papers in federal court today in a renewed... Read more »

Business Awards Luncheon Features Top Latino Entrepreneurs

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti will join Latino business owners June 17 at the Los... Read more »


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Man Found Dead Today in Highland Park

Man Found Dead Today in Highland Park

A man was found dead today in Highland Park, according to police. The victim was... Read more »


D.A. Drops Murder Charges Against Montebello Shootout ‘Accomplice’

Man Wounded In Higland Park Weekend ‘Gang’ Shooting

Man Injured in Highland Park Fire

CHP Investigates East L.A. Hit-and-Run


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New Frida Kahlo Exhibit  Joins George Yepes Group Show at  Corazon de Los Angeles

New Frida Kahlo Exhibit Joins George Yepes Group Show at Corazon de Los Angeles

Saturday, July 25—10:30am-7:30pm—New Frida Kahlo Exhibit Joins George Yepes Group... Read more »


Community Calendar: July 23, 2015 – July 29, 2015

Saturday, July 25 8am— Southeast L.A. River Bike Ride and Run to raise awareness... Read more »

Special Olympics Go Local

Several local events are planned to bring the Special Olympics right into local communities,... Read more »


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First 2015 West Nile Death Reported

First 2015 West Nile Death Reported

California State health officials Monday reported the first California death of the... Read more »


Report: California 38th in Nation in Kids’ Well-Being

California is ranked 38th in the nation in overall child well-being, according to... Read more »

Syphilis Cases More than Double in County

The number of congenital syphilis cases in California more than tripled over the... Read more »


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