Rogue marijuana dispensaries, illegal dumping and public safety were some of the hot button issues people at a forum Tuesday night in Boyle Heights told Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer they want his new neighborhood prosecutor to start addressing. Billed as a chance to meet... [Read more...]
A decision by state air quality regulators that could allow a controversial acid-lead battery recycling plant in Vernon to reopen by the end of the year is being met with anger by people living near the facility. At a community meeting at Resurrection Church in Boyle Heights... [Read more...]
July 24, 2014 Issue
La residente de Montebello Leticia González dice que está haciendo su parte para... Read more »
Un grupo de siete jóvenes de edades entre los 15 y los 22 años iniciaron el lunes... Read more »
Dispensarios de marihuana, vertederos de basura ilegal y la seguridad pública fueron... Read more »
Walmart ofrece por primera vez 10% de ahorros en artículos escolares a todos los... Read more »
New America Media–El veterano del ejército Henry Shin no es ningún flojo... Read more »
El martes una juez concedió una orden de restricción temporal bloqueando el funcionamiento... Read more »
De acuerdo a investigaciones del diario de la Asociación americana del Corazón... Read more »
Para muchos niños del Condado de Los Ángeles, los desayunos y almuerzos gratuitos... Read more »
Montebello resident Leticia Gonzalez says she is doing her part to conserve water... Read more »
A cellphone- and Web-based traffic information service will offer a special feature... Read more »
The largest Hispanic civil rights group in the country was in downtown Los Angeles... Read more »
(Office of L.A. Councilmember Gil Cedillo) Dozens of volunteers took part last Saturday... Read more »
Federal prosecutors are recommending that an ex-Marine who orchestrated the robbery... Read more »
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Every area in California is in someway dependent or impacted by imported water. In... Read more »
As the Department of Homeland Security tries to deliver busloads of Central American... Read more »
This time of year, sunblock is part of the daily routine for many Americans. Wake... Read more »
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The Los Angeles Latino Chamber of Commerce celebrated its five-year anniversary July... Read more »
The 99 Cents Only Store Inc. has signed a multi-million dollar lease that will keep... Read more »
Newly redesigned job resource centers will open throughout Los Angeles this summer... Read more »
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With thunderstorms still possible in the Southland, and in the aftermath of a fatal... Read more »
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For 18 years, a colorful mural on the corner of Avenue 61 and Figueroa Street in... Read more »
Today, Thursday July, 24 10am-1pm—Affordable Care Act Information at Chet Holifeld... Read more »
5-8pm—Proceeds benefit the Friends of the Southwest Museum Coalition’s efforts... Read more »
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PRI’s The World in Words - The Spanish-language pages of Medicare and the National... Read more »
If you are the parent of an older child or teen, you may not think about his or her... Read more »
(New America Media) – Irma Montoya, 53, had to wait for three years to get her... Read more »
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