January 29 2015 Issue

January 29 2015 Issue

Consejeros son Enviados a Escuelas del Este de Los Ángeles Después de Asesinato

Consejeros son Enviados a Escuelas del Este de Los Ángeles Después de Asesinato

Estudiantes, maestros y personal de la escuela intermedia Griffith y la preparatoria... Read more »


Organizaciones Ofrecen Opciones Para Aprobar El Examen de Conducir

Las clases que algunas organizaciones comunitarias no lucrativas están ofreciendo... Read more »

Breves de la Comunidad

Commerce Una mujer murió cuando fue atropellada por un vehículo en la autopista... Read more »

Desciende Número de Prisioneros en Cárceles de Los Ángeles

La población de prisioneros en las cárceles del condado de Los Ángeles se redujo... Read more »


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Autoridades Se Esfuerzan Para Tramitar Seguros de Salud

Autoridades Se Esfuerzan Para Tramitar Seguros de Salud

Las autoridades sanitarias de California señalaron que trabajan de manera continua... Read more »


AARP Lanza Esfuerzo Educacional Para Prevenir Fraudes

Coincidiendo con la Semana de Concientización del Robo de Identidad Tributaria,... Read more »

Consejo Prohíbe Anuncios de Alcohol en Propiedad de la Ciudad

El Consejo de Los Ángeles votó el martes para prohibir la publicidad de alcohol... Read more »

Multa Incrementará en el 2015 para Consumidores Sin Seguro Médico

Covered California anunció la semana pasada que está intensificando la información... Read more »


 

Monterey Park Crossing Guard Killed in Accident

Monterey Park Crossing Guard Killed in Accident

A 76-year-old crossing guard who was struck and killed by a car in Monterey Park... Read more »


Bell Gardens Reflects on ‘Trying’ Year

Bell Gardens Councilwoman Priscilla Flores was recognized for her service as Mayor... Read more »

Monterey Park Housing Project Moves Forward Despite Council Split

The time granted to a local developer to pay off nearly $3 million it will owe the... Read more »

Exide Violates Hazardous Waste Laws

A recent inspection led the Department of Toxic Substance Control Wednesday to issue... Read more »


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Zero Tolerance for Carrying Knives To Schools

Zero Tolerance for Carrying Knives To Schools

  It’s never easy for school administrators to deal with controversial or... Read more »


California Needs Cost-Effective Clean Energy Now

In the 1970s, the smog in Southern California was so bad we couldn’t even see the... Read more »

Hispanics and Network News

If a journalist dropped in from Mars Sunday morning and watched NBC’s “Meet the... Read more »


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Council Committee Wants Numbers On Garcetti Earthquake Retrofit Proposal

Council Committee Wants Numbers On Garcetti Earthquake Retrofit Proposal

The City Council’s Housing Committee instructed staffers Wednesday to report back... Read more »


Tax Filing Period Begins In State

The window to file 2014 state individual and business tax returns is now open, the... Read more »

99 Cents Only Store Reaches Hazardous Waste Settlement

Commerce-based 99 Cent Only Stores will pay more than $2.36 million dollars in civil... Read more »


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Commerce Freeway Fatality

Commerce Freeway Fatality

California Highway Patrol is investigating the circumstances the death of a woman... Read more »


East L.A. Stabbing Injures Two

Deputy Shoots Fleeing Suspect

Bell Gardens Man Killed in ‘Gang’ Shooting

13-Year Old Charged With Murder in Middle School Stabbing


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Community Calendar: Jan. 29, 2015 – Feb. 7, 2015

Community Calendar: Jan. 29, 2015 – Feb. 7, 2015

Saturday, Jan. 31 8:30-11:30am–Volunteers needed for Cypress Park Community Clean... Read more »


Community Calendar: Jan. 22, 2015 – Jan. 28, 2015

Friday, Jan. 23 8-10pm—Jazz Up Your Night at Union Station! Metro Presents free... Read more »

Community Calendar: Jan. 15, 2015 – Jan. 21, 2015

Today, Thurs. Jan. 15 3-4pm—Make Your Own Rubber Band Car at Monterey Park Bruggemeyer... Read more »


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Measles Risk Not Over

Measles Risk Not Over

Los Angeles County’s top health officer said today 15 cases of measles have been... Read more »


More Cases of Measles Confirmed

Local public health officials have confirmed 59 cases of measles in California residents... Read more »

Proposed Merger of County Health Services Decried

A proposal to consolidate the county’s public health, mental health and health... Read more »


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