November 16, 2017 Issue

November 16, 2017 Issue

EE.UU. Aprueba Píldora Que Monitoriza Si Paciente Tomó el Medicamento

EE.UU. Aprueba Píldora Que Monitoriza Si Paciente Tomó el Medicamento

WASHINGTON – La Administración para la Alimentación y Medicamentos (FDA) anunció... Read more »


Unos 300,000 “Soñadores” Perderían Su Trabajo en Primeros 9 Meses Sin DACA

CHICAGO – Cerca de 300.000 jóvenes indocumentados amparados bajo la Acción... Read more »

Fundación AS&F Dona $5 Millones a Huntington Hospital

Huntington Hospital anuncio el martes un regalo de $5 millones de la Fundación AS&F,... Read more »

SoCalGas Ofrece a los Clientes Reembolsos de Eficiencia Energética

La Compañía del Gas del sur de California (SoCalGas) el jueves pasado emitió un... Read more »


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Exposición a Disolventes Orgánicos Causa Presión Alta en Trabajadores Latinos

Exposición a Disolventes Orgánicos Causa Presión Alta en Trabajadores Latinos

Los hispanos que están expuestos a disolventes orgánicos, como los trabajadores... Read more »


Confundido Sobre Sus Opciones de Atención Médica?

Con toda la plática y las noticias sobre los esfuerzos para poner fin a la Ley del... Read more »

En Peligro el Programa de Seguros de Salud Infantil Porque el Congreso No Lo Fondea

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – En un movimiento sin precedentes, el Congreso dejo de... Read more »

Período de Inscripción Caótico Pone en Peligro Cobertura de Latinos

Los latinos, que hace apenas un año eran los consumidores más buscados para inscribirse... Read more »


 

Crash Involving Sheriff’s Vehicle Kills Two Boys, Injures Other Pedestrians

Crash Involving Sheriff’s Vehicle Kills Two Boys, Injures Other Pedestrians

A woman who said she witnessed the collision involving a speeding sheriff’s department... Read more »


Art Students’ Transportation ‘Visions’ to be Honored at Measure M Gala

A group of student artists whose work captures their vision for transportation in... Read more »

Judge Blocks DOJ Policy Cutting Funds to ‘Sanctuary Cities’

A federal judge in Philadelphia issued a preliminary injunction Wednesday blocking... Read more »

Jury Must Now Decide On Death Penalty for Man Convicted of Torture Death of Gabriel Fernandez

A Palmdale man was convicted Wednesday of the torture-killing of his girlfriend’s... Read more »


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Stop Talking About ‘Winners and Losers’ from Corporate Tax Cuts

Stop Talking About ‘Winners and Losers’ from Corporate Tax Cuts

Republicans have pushed a huge corporate tax cut bill through Congress. You might’ve... Read more »


Gun Control Shouldn’t Be This Hard

Before the gun lobby or its sycophants in Congress bring out their usual talking... Read more »

The Honest Ads Act: ‘Fundamental Rights,’ Real and Imagined

Wikipedia defines “moral panic” as “a feeling of fear spread among a large... Read more »


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California Housing Affordability Hits 10-Year Low

California Housing Affordability Hits 10-Year Low

California’s housing affordability hit a 10-year low in the third quarter, with... Read more »


LAist Website Shutdown Without Notice

Local news website LAist was abruptly shut down today, along with sister sites in... Read more »

SCE Presents Clean Energy Proposal to Meet State Objectives

ROSEMEAD – Southern California Edison released a statement on Tuesday setting... Read more »


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Schurr Runs Past Santa Ana Valley, Earns Long Ride to Santa Maria

Schurr Runs Past Santa Ana Valley, Earns Long Ride to Santa Maria

Schurr High School will have a long bus ride Friday as the top-seeded Spartans travel... Read more »


Have You Seen This Woman Who Went Missing In October?

New Bike Hub Opened at Union Station

Police Search for Toddler Allegedly ‘Kidnapped’ by Father

Rams Coming Off Big Win Over Giants for Return to Coliseum


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Ready for Some Holiday Cheer? Head On Over to the Annual East L.A. Christmas Parade

Ready for Some Holiday Cheer? Head On Over to the Annual East L.A. Christmas Parade

It’s not quite Thanksgiving yet, but that doesn’t matter to the thousands of... Read more »


A Spooky Good Time Had In Vernon

Ghosts, goblins and pint-sized superheroes descended on Vernon City Hall Monday where... Read more »

Where to Celebrate Halloween and Dia de Los Muertos

From local parks and recreation centers, to cemeteries, art galleries and farmers’... Read more »


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Get Screened: Over 150,000 Will Die From Lung Cancer This Year

Get Screened: Over 150,000 Will Die From Lung Cancer This Year

Lung cancer is the second most common cancer in both men and women, and is by far... Read more »


L.A. Third Best City for Singles

Single Angelenos facing the holidays alone have some news to be happy about – they... Read more »

Confused About Your Health Care Options? Arroyo Vista Family Health Center’s Certified Counselors Can Help

With all the talk and news about efforts to end the Affordable Care Act, aka Obamacare,... Read more »


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