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Cityhood for East LA One Step Closer to Fiscal Analysis

On Wednesday, the Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCO) hired a consulting firm to perform unincorporated East Los Angeles’ Comprehensive Fiscal Analysis.... Read more »

Cinco de Mayo: The Real Story

The unexpected victory of the Mexican army over the invading French at the gates of Puebla on May 5, 1862, gave new hope to the defenders of freedom and democracy... Read more »

Cinco de Mayo: La Historia Real

La inesperada victoria del ejercito mexicano sobre los invasores franceses en el portal de Puebla el cinco de mayo 1862, dio esperanza a los defensores de la libertad... Read more »

Cinco de Mayo: The Real Story – Part 3

A year after being beaten by the Mexican army defending freedom and democracy at the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862, the French army returned, eager to retrieve... Read more »

Drunk Driving Caused One Death, Two Severely Injured in Eagle Rock

A 46-year-old South Orange County Coast man is dead, a 24-year-old woman is on life support with severe brain injuries, a 28-year-old woman suffered major injuries,... Read more »

Post Office Raises Cost of Stamps

The cost of a first-class mail stamp increased two cents to 44 cents on Monday. The price of a postcard stamp increased 1 cent to 28 cents, the first ounce of a... Read more »

Los Angeles Gun Buyback Program Recovers Uzis, AK 47 and AR-15s

On Monday, Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa showed off the 1,696 weapons that were voluntarily exchanged for gift cards during over weekend as part of a gun... Read more »

Police Seek Help to Uncover Unlicensed Gold Dealers in Los Angeles

Unlicensed gold dealers operating in Los Angeles often pay less than market value for the precious metal and sometimes act as fences for thieves, police warned on... Read more »

A Berry Berry Fun-Filled Festival

Ever have an urge to heave a gooey tart in someone’s general direction? Now is your chance at a sweet Southland tradition jam-packed with family fun. The California... Read more »

MOTA Day Full of History Fun

Come get your history groove on for free. Celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Museums of the Arroyo Day on May 17 for a full day of early Los Angeles culture,... Read more »

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