April 27, 2017 Issue

April 27, 2017 Issue

Apertura de Parque Histórico Estatal de Los Ángeles

Apertura de Parque Histórico Estatal de Los Ángeles

El gobernador Jerry Brown junto con funcionarios de Los Ángeles y líderes comunitarios... Read more »


Ex Alcalde de Sur El Monte Sentenciado Por Soborno

El ex alcalde de Sur El Monte fue condenado, el 19 de abril, a un año en una prisión... Read more »

Breves de la Comunidad

Los Ángeles Una reunión pública tratará más a fondo el Borrador del Reporte... Read more »

Juez Bloquea Orden de Trump Sobre ‘Ciudades santuario’

El presidente, Donald Trump, calificó como “ridículo” el bloqueo de un juez,... Read more »


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Dietas Que Mantienen Sano al Cerebro y Previenen el Alzheimer

Dietas Que Mantienen Sano al Cerebro y Previenen el Alzheimer

El campo de la nutrición hay publicado dietas diseñadas para mejorar la salud del... Read more »


Campesinos Latinos Postergan su Jubilación Por Falta de Dinero

Los campesinos latinos deben postergar cada día más su edad de jubilación para... Read more »

Comer Quesos Frescos Puede Ser Peligroso Para Mujeres Embarazadas

La Administración de Alimentos y Medicamentos de los Estados Unidos (FDA, por sus... Read more »

Cuidado con Estafadores Ofreciendo Cobertura Médica Barata

Mientras el futuro de la cobertura médica continúa siendo un tema de conversación... Read more »


 

Plan to Station Deputies in Commerce Gets Initial Look

Plan to Station Deputies in Commerce Gets Initial Look

When a 9-1-1 call goes out in Commerce, deputies assigned to the East Los Angeles... Read more »


Bray-Ali Accused of Making Racist, Transphobic Comments

City Council challenger Joe Bray-Ali’s campaign took another publicity hit Wednesday... Read more »

Judge Blocks Trump’s Action on ‘Sanctuary Cities’

Mayor Eric Garcetti and leaders in the Los Angeles immigrant community hailed a federal... Read more »

Prosecutors Seek Two-Year Prison Term for Baca

Prosecutors are seeking a two-year prison term for ex-Sheriff Lee Baca for conspiring... Read more »


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Who Will Pay for  Trump Tax Cuts?

Who Will Pay for Trump Tax Cuts?

President Donald Trump has just unveiled his tax reform plan. Though many financial... Read more »


Why Scientists Marched

Hundreds of thousands of scientists and their supporters recently took to the streets,... Read more »

Limits on Short-Term Rentals is Reasonable

The City of Los Angeles will have to decide soon whether to limit short-stay rentals,... Read more »


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$363,625 in Back Wages Paid to L.A. Car Wash Workers

$363,625 in Back Wages Paid to L.A. Car Wash Workers

A half-dozen car wash workers were paid more than $360,000 in wages owed to them... Read more »


Los Angeles Region Needs Higher Paying Job, Study Finds

Unemployment is down and economic output is up in Los Angeles County, says an economic... Read more »

Immigrants: A $232 Billion Boost to Local Economy

Immigrants contribute significantly to the economies of the city and county of Los... Read more »


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LAPD Sued Over Public Record Requests

LAPD Sued Over Public Record Requests

LOS ANGELES (CNS) – The American Civil Liberties Union Tuesday filed suit against... Read more »


Two People Wounded in Shooting

Mouse Study Suggests New Potential Treatment for Obesity

Boy Shot in Possible Drive-By

Brush Fire Burns Three Acres


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Community Calendar: April 27, 2017 – May 3, 2017

Community Calendar: April 27, 2017 – May 3, 2017

Today, Thursday, April 27 5:30-7:30pm—Community Information Meeting for Atlantic... Read more »


Grand Opening Celebration of Los Angeles Historic Park, a California State Park

Saturday, April 22 10am–Grand Opening Celebration of Los Angeles Historic Park,... Read more »

Community Calendar: April 20, 2017 – April 26, 2017

Today, Thursday, April 20 2-4pm–Celebrate Earth Day At Spring Break Open House... Read more »


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Brain Changes Make Some Older Adults More Vulnerable to Scams

Brain Changes Make Some Older Adults More Vulnerable to Scams

ITHACA, N.Y. – Older adults who have been scammed by friends, relatives or strangers... Read more »


Springing Forward – to Allergy Season

California experienced record rainfall this year, and may have even made headway... Read more »

Deciphering The CBO Estimates On The GOP Health Bill

The Congressional Budget Office is out with its estimate of the effect that the Republican... Read more »


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