May 21, 2015 Issue

May 21, 2015 Issue

Corte de Apelaciones de Nueva Orleans Mantiene Medidas Migratorias Bloqueadas

Corte de Apelaciones de Nueva Orleans Mantiene Medidas Migratorias Bloqueadas

El presidente, Barack Obama, recibió hoy martes un nuevo revés judicial de manos... Read more »


Montebello Aprueba Moratoria en Negocios Nuevos de Tatuajes

Cuando ‘Carpe Diem Tattoo Parlor’ abrió sus puertas a principios de este año... Read more »

Consejo de Los Ángeles Aprueba el Incremento del Salario Mínimo

El Consejo Municipal de Los Ángeles aprobó el martes en pleno una medida que aumentará... Read more »

Caltrans y Metro Organizarán una Quinta Audiencia Pública Sobre Estudio Ambiental de la SR-710 Norte

Para promover la participación del público y responder a las requisiciones de las... Read more »


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Comienza Un Cambio en el Este de Los Ángeles en Cuanto a Bebidas Azucaradas

Comienza Un Cambio en el Este de Los Ángeles en Cuanto a Bebidas Azucaradas

La industria de refrescos y una organización sin fines de lucro contra la obesidad... Read more »


Ciudades del Sureste de L.A. Entre las Más Vulnerables a Sequía, Según un Informe

El 75% de los sistemas de agua potable del condado de Los Ángeles es vulnerable... Read more »

Concientización de Salud Mental Llega a Escuelas de Montebello

Trabajadores sociales en las cuatro escuelas preparatorias del Distrito Escolar Unificado... Read more »

Padres se Gradúan de Programa ‘Colegio para Padres’

Cientos de padres de familia de Los Ángeles ya saben orientar mejor a sus hijos... Read more »


 

Ground Broken On New Veteran Housing Project

Ground Broken On New Veteran Housing Project

Just in time for Memorial Day, ground was broken on the site of a new project to... Read more »


Undocumented Urged to Get Ready for Programs to Avoid Deportation

Tuesday was a bittersweet day for East Los Angeles resident Isabel Medina. It was... Read more »

Montebello City Council at Odds Over Budget

The use of $3.4 million in one-time funds to balance the city’s 2015-16 budget... Read more »

Two Challengers Win School Board Races

Ref Rodriguez and Scott Mark Schmerelson will join the Los Angeles Unified School... Read more »


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NSA Surveillance Intrudes On Our Freedom

NSA Surveillance Intrudes On Our Freedom

With less than a month to go before the Congress must decide whether to renew a portion... Read more »


Why Continue Celebrating Memorial Day

Some time ago, while talking to one of my liberal friends, I was asked, “Why should... Read more »

A Fossil-Fueled Fantasy

Newfangled carbon-capture power plants supposedly burn coal without poisoning the... Read more »


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Judge Approves $15 Million Herbalife Settlement

Judge Approves $15 Million Herbalife Settlement

A Los Angeles federal judge signed off on a $15 million settlement of a class-action... Read more »


Minimum Wage Hike Gets Big Boost in L.A.

The minimum wage in Los Angeles would rise to $15 an hour by 2020 for large employers,... Read more »

Seafood Processor Faces Potential $1.5 Million Fine in Worker’s Death

Bumble Bee Foods and two of its employees were hit with criminal charges Monday stemming... Read more »


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Mosquito Warning Issued

Mosquito Warning Issued

The Great Los Angeles County Vector Control District Monday asked residents to assist... Read more »


‘Sleeping Driver’ Hits Woman, Children Walking on Sidewalk

Valuable Bird Stolen from East LA

Alhambra Police Testing Body Cams

L.A. Council To Allow Zipcar Permits


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Community Calendar: May 21, 2015 – May 27, 2015

Community Calendar: May 21, 2015 – May 27, 2015

Saturday, May 23 9-11am—Highland Park Veterans Memorial Square Beautification Day:... Read more »


‘An L.A. Journey- The Story of Lorenzo Alfredo’

With an opening song in the indigenous Guatemalan language of K’iche, Lorenzo’s... Read more »

Community Calendar: May 14, 2015 – May 20, 2015

Monday, May 18 6-7pm–Latin American Harp with Alfredo Rolando Ortiz at the East... Read more »


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Beverage Companies Back Plan to ‘Cut Sugar’ Consumption in Eastide

Beverage Companies Back Plan to ‘Cut Sugar’ Consumption in Eastide

The soda industry and an anti-obesity nonprofit are joining forces to help people... Read more »


For One Mother, Autism Workshop Gets Personal

Three years ago when EGP first interviewed Josefina Nieves, she was overwhelmed with... Read more »

Many Who Qualify for ‘Food Stamps’ Not Applying

You may qualify for “CalFresh” – food stamps – and not even know it. About... Read more »


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