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Residents Don’t Trust Exide to Live Up to Deal

Residents Don’t Trust Exide to Live Up to Deal

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...]

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Crowd Lambasts Beck to LAPD Commission

Crowd Lambasts Beck to LAPD Commission

Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck sat motionless as speaker after speaker criticized his job as the city’s top cop during a meeting of the city’s police commission Tuesday evening in Lincoln Heights. The civilian commission is in the process of deciding whether Beck’s... [Read more...]

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Residentes de Boyle Heights No Confian en Exide

Residentes de Boyle Heights No Confian en Exide
Para reabrir la planta de baterías de reciclaje de plomo en Vernon se tendrá que cumplir con dos órdenes de mitigación que requieren las instalaciones para mejorar los controles de contaminación del aire o de lo contrario corre el riesgo de ser cerrada permanentemente. En... [Read more...]

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Recordar el Uso de Bolsas Reutilizables Toma Constancia

Recordar el Uso de Bolsas Reutilizables Toma Constancia
Cada vez que Josefina González entra en su tienda local de comestibles, le toma un minuto o dos para darse cuenta que ha vuelto a olvidar sus bolsas reutilizables en su auto. González dice que ha sido difícil acoplarse al hábito de llevar las bolsas con ella cuando va de... [Read more...]

July 17, 2014 Issue

July 17, 2014 Issue

Condenan a 14 Años Hombre que Robó un Banco en el Este de Los Ángeles

Condenan a 14 Años Hombre que Robó un Banco en el Este de Los Ángeles

Reyes “Ray” Vega, de 35 años, que planeó un falso secuestro con una bomba ficticia... Read more »


Breves de la Comunidad

Boyle Heights Una discusión entre dos hombres incitó a uno apuñalar al otro en... Read more »

Informe Indica que Latinos Continúan Enfrentando Retos Económicos

Los latinos siguen enfrentando considerables retos económicos, reveló el lunes... Read more »

Primera Orientación de Veteranos de UCLA Integra a Nuevos Estudiantes

New America Media–El veterano del ejército Henry Shin no es ningún flojo... Read more »


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Primera Orientación de Veteranos de UCLA Integra a Nuevos Estudiantes

Primera Orientación de Veteranos de UCLA Integra a Nuevos Estudiantes

New America Media–El veterano del ejército Henry Shin no es ningún flojo... Read more »


Orden de Restricción Temporal para Un ‘Farmers Market’ de Marihuana en Boyle Heights

El martes una juez concedió una orden de restricción temporal bloqueando el funcionamiento... Read more »

Jóvenes Hispanos Más Propensos a Enfermedades Cardiacas y Cardiovasculares

De acuerdo a investigaciones del diario de la Asociación americana del Corazón... Read more »

Almuerzos Gratis Durante el Verano Para Niños en el Condado de Los Ángeles

Para muchos niños del Condado de Los Ángeles, los desayunos y almuerzos gratuitos... Read more »


 

Former Councilman Alarcon, Wife Convicted of Voter Fraud

Former Councilman Alarcon, Wife Convicted of Voter Fraud

Former Los Angeles City Councilman Richard Alarcon was convicted Wednesday of three... Read more »


Commerce Budget High On Service Enhancements

Commerce city officials had three priorities going into the city’s 2014-2015 annual... Read more »

First Lady Laments Plight of Homeless Veterans

The inability of veterans to find jobs is “unacceptable” in the United States,... Read more »

County Will Seek Court-Ordered Treatment of Mentally Ill

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to adopt Laura’s Law,... Read more »

Garcetti Appoints L.A.’s First Latino Fire Chief

Forty-years after the hierarchy of the Los Angeles Fire Department and the union... Read more »


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Water Not a Drop to Spare

Water Not a Drop to Spare

Every area in California is in someway dependent or impacted by imported water. In... Read more »


Running for Their Lives: The Child Migrant Crisis

As the Department of Homeland Security tries to deliver busloads of Central American... Read more »

The Darker Side of Sunblock

This time of year, sunblock is part of the daily routine for many Americans. Wake... Read more »


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Deal Keeps 99 Cents Only Headquarters In Commerce

Deal Keeps 99 Cents Only Headquarters In Commerce

The 99 Cents Only Store Inc. has signed a multi-million dollar lease that will keep... Read more »


Less Job Search, More Job Training

Newly redesigned job resource centers will open throughout Los Angeles this summer... Read more »

Walmart Foundation Donates $115,000 to Local Non-profits

Walmart and the Walmart Foundation awarded Plaza de Arte y Cultura and AltaMed Health... Read more »


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Fresh Fruit Recall Issued

Fresh Fruit Recall Issued

Whole peaches, nectarines, plums and pluots are being voluntarily recalled nationwide... Read more »


Man Stabbed During Argument in Boyle Heights

Bell Gardens Man Killed in Alcohol-Related Crash

Alleged Accomplice Killed in El Sereno Robbery

Man Killed in Illegal Street Race


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Community Calendar: July 24, 2014 – July 30, 2014

Community Calendar: July 24, 2014 – July 30, 2014

Today, Thursday July, 24 10am-1pm—Affordable Care Act Information at Chet Holifeld... Read more »


“Great Root Beer Taste-Off at Galco’s Soda Pop Stop”

5-8pm—Proceeds benefit the Friends of the Southwest Museum Coalition’s efforts... Read more »

Community Calendar: July 17, 2014 – July 24, 2014

Today, Thursday, July 17 6:30-8:30pm—Louie Cruz Beltran Headlines Summer Concert... Read more »


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What Happens When the Doctor Says ‘Hospice’ and You Understand ‘Poorhouse’?

What Happens When the Doctor Says ‘Hospice’ and You Understand ‘Poorhouse’?

PRI’s The World in Words - The Spanish-language pages of Medicare and the National... Read more »


Mental Health Tips for Parents of Teens and Young Adults

If you are the parent of an older child or teen, you may not think about his or her... Read more »

California’s ‘Health For All’ Bill Moves Forward

(New America Media) – Irma Montoya, 53, had to wait for three years to get her... Read more »


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