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LAUSD’s Deasy Resigns-Hints at Possible Run for Office

LAUSD’s Deasy Resigns-Hints at Possible Run for Office

Outgoing Los Angeles Unified School District Superintendent John Deasy hinted today he may run for public office, but he declined to say exactly what post he might seek. Deasy said in a conference call with reporters that he had not made up his mind what he would do next, but... [Read more...]

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Small STEM School Takes on Big Challenge

Small STEM School Takes on Big Challenge

When Susana Pereira was first approached about a new high school in Boyle Heights she wanted nothing to do with it. Her son was about to graduate from middle school and they were preparing to choose a high school. Nonetheless, after receiving information in the mail about the... [Read more...]

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Supervisora Molina se Defiende Ante Críticas de su Voto a Favor de la 287(g)

Supervisora Molina se Defiende Ante Críticas de su Voto a Favor de la 287(g)
La primera latina en ser elegida en la Junta de Supervisores del Condado de Los Ángeles esta molesta ante a las acusaciones de que su voto para apoyar un acuerdo entre oficiales del condado y de inmigración la convierte en traidora ante los ojos de algunos activistas pro inmigrantes. A... [Read more...]

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La Academia STEM es Pequeña en Tamaño Pero Grande en Oportunidades

La Academia STEM es Pequeña en Tamaño Pero Grande en Oportunidades
Cuando Susana Pereira escuchó por primera vez acerca de una nueva preparatoria en Boyle Heights, no quiso involucrarse en el tema pese a que su hijo estaba por graduarse de la secundaria y debían elegir una preparatoria. Pocas semanas después de haber ignorado el tema, Pereira... [Read more...]

October 16, 2014 Issue

October 16, 2014 Issue

‘Hoteles Cárcel’ Ofrecen una Alternativa al Condado de L.A.

‘Hoteles Cárcel’ Ofrecen una Alternativa al Condado de L.A.

Si usted ha sido sentenciado a una condena en la cárcel por un crimen menor y tiene... Read more »


Supervisora Molina se Defiende Ante Críticas de su Voto a Favor de la 287(g)

La primera latina en ser elegida en la Junta de Supervisores del Condado de Los Ángeles... Read more »

John Deasy Renuncia como Superintendente Escolar de Los Ángeles

El superintendente del Distrito Escolar Unificado de Los Ángeles (LAUSD), John Deasy,... Read more »

Kevin de León Toma Presidencia del Senado de California

El activista de raíces mexicanas Kevin de León asumió oficialmente el miércoles... Read more »


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Encuentran Mosquitos que Transmiten Fiebre Amarilla en Commerce y Pico Rivera

Encuentran Mosquitos que Transmiten Fiebre Amarilla en Commerce y Pico Rivera

Mosquitos de fiebre amarilla, un insecto tropical y subtropical  capaz de transmitir... Read more »


Montañas de San Gabriel se Convierten en Monumento Nacional

La clasificación de una porción de las montañas de San Gabriel como monumento... Read more »

Alianza Para Uso Responsable Concientiza Sobre el Consumo de Agua

A medida que la sequía en California continúa, las acciones de las personas en... Read more »

Servicio de Salud Médico Gratuito para Indocumentados Disponible

Las personas indocumentadas de Los Ángeles que no tengan acceso a los programas... Read more »


 

Supervisor Molina Pushes Back at Critics of Vote on 287(g)

Supervisor Molina Pushes Back at Critics of Vote on 287(g)

The first Latina ever elected to Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors bristles... Read more »


De León Takes Leadership of Senate

Sen. Kevin de León, D-Los Angeles, officially became one of the most powerful elected... Read more »

Beware: Yellow Fever Mosquitoes Found in Commerce, Pico Rivera

Yellow fever mosquitoes, a tropical and subtropical insect capable of spreading disease,... Read more »

‘Jail Hotels’ Offer An Alternative to County

If you have been sentenced to jail time for a low-level crime and have enough money,... Read more »

Hate Crimes In County Hit 24-Year Low

Reported hate crimes in Los Angeles County declined by 17 percent in 2013 from the... Read more »


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LAUSD Fiascos-Plenty of Blame to Go Around

LAUSD Fiascos-Plenty of Blame to Go Around

Whenever fiascos such as the scheduling or lack thereof at Jefferson High School... Read more »


Ethnic Studies Now

On November 18, 2014, the LAUSD Board of Education will consider a resolution that... Read more »

Here Come the Rain and Drought

What is it about natural disasters and irony? Just as local authorities in Detroit... Read more »


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Walmart Hiring Holiday Workers

Walmart Hiring Holiday Workers

Expecting to see a 2%-3% increase in sales over last year, retailers are already... Read more »


Monterey Park Business License Amnesty Through Oct. 31

The city of Monterey Park is offering to waive associated penalty fees to businesses... Read more »

L.A. Council Boosts Minimum Wage to $15.37 at Big Hotels

The Los Angeles City Council Wednesday tentatively approved a $15.37-per-hour minimum... Read more »


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Man Fatally Stabbed in Unincorporated Area

Man Fatally Stabbed in Unincorporated Area

A man was stabbed to death in an unincorporated area between Monterey Park, Rosemead... Read more »


Mayor Daniel Crespo Laid to Rest

L.A. Council Discuss Artificial Turf

Former L.A. Councilman Gets Jail Time: He Plans to Appeal

Mayor Daniel Crespo’s Services To Be Held Monday


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“Muertos Artwalk,” Olvera Street’s first-ever Art Walk at El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument

“Muertos Artwalk,” Olvera Street’s first-ever Art Walk at El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument

Saturday, Oct. 18 (Muertos by Edgar “Littlehouse” Pasten)    10am-8pm—“Muertos... Read more »


Community Calendar: Oct. 16, 2014 – Oct. 22, 2014

Today, Thurs. Oct. 16 8am-1pm–Monterey Park Senior Center Fall Bazaar Sale. Seniors... Read more »

Music Center Turns 50

    (Courtesy of the Music Center) The 50th anniversary of the Music Center... Read more »


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Beware: Yellow Fever Mosquitoes Found in Commerce, Pico Rivera

Beware: Yellow Fever Mosquitoes Found in Commerce, Pico Rivera

Yellow fever mosquitoes, a tropical and subtropical insect capable of spreading disease,... Read more »


UCLA Med Center to Hold Mock Ebola Response

Staff at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center plan to hold a “big exercise” Friday... Read more »

L.A. County Health Officials Prepared To Protect Against Ebola Virus

Local health officials told the Board of Supervisors Tuesday that they are fully... Read more »


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