When Blanca Rodriguez received the call from the Los Angeles Police Department’s Northeast Division last week that officers were on their way over to pick her up, she never imagined they would be taking her to a fire station in Highland Park where Santa Claus was waiting with... [Read more...]
When Juan Alvarez went to the new work resource center in Boyle Heights last week, he noticed most of the job openings involved physical labor. That’s just fine with him, said Alvarez, a former carpenter. Alvarez was among the dozens of people at last week’s grand opening... [Read more...]
December 25, 2014 Issue
Cuando Blanca Rodríguez recibió una llamada el jueves por parte de la policía... Read more »
El sonido de un violín, las notas del xilófono a ritmo y el “ding” del triángulo... Read more »
Tras el anuncio del alcalde de Los Ángeles sobre un programa para equipar con cámaras... Read more »
El viernes se dieron a conocer los resultados de la autopsia del ex alcalde de Bell... Read more »
Aunque con las recientes lluvias California disminuyó su condición de sequía excepcional... Read more »
México ha recibido a 2,5 millones de paisanos que vuelven a su país con motivo... Read more »
Como cada invierno desde los años treinta, la Placita Olvera se vistió de luces... Read more »
Los delitos violentos en Los Ángeles presentaron un inusitado aumento del 10,4%... Read more »
Several company executives and the manager of the Exide battery recycling plant in... Read more »
The sounds of a violin being fiddled, xylophone keys rhythmically tapped and the... Read more »
All across the county, enthusiastic volunteers made children the stars of this holiday... Read more »
Thirty-six-year-old Monica Regalado used to be homeless. Her voice shakes when she... Read more »
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Angelenos are in the midst of celebrating Christmas with people all over the world.... Read more »
Peace on Earth and goodwill toward all — in a world of conflict, ’tis the season... Read more »
I don’t recall the exact November 1943 date that Mexican government agents hustled... Read more »
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A $2.55 million grant awarded to the city of Los Angeles will be used to fund initiatives... Read more »
Los Angeles County’s top prosecutor last week announced a lawsuit against Uber,... Read more »
Two hotel industry groups sued the city of Los Angeles in federal court Tuesday challenging... Read more »
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Los Angeles County District Attorney Jackie Lacey joined crime victims at a downtown... Read more »
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Friday, Dec. 26 9am—Montebello-Commerce YMCA Free Teen Winter Break Membership... Read more »
The Emmy® Award-winning 55th Annual L.A. County Holiday Celebration returns to the... Read more »
From libraries to community theaters to big concerts, southlanders young and old... Read more »
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Lewy body dementia (LBD) — a complex, challenging and surprisingly common brain... Read more »
The holiday season can be a mixed blessing. While many look forward to the glittering... Read more »
America is a nation of immigrants drawn from all parts of the world by the promise... Read more »
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