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Governor Okays Inclusion of LGBT History In Textbooks

A coalition opposing SB 48, also known as the FAIR (Fair, Accurate, Inclusive, and Respectful) Education Act, a bill recently signed into law that requires textbooks... Read more »

Nuevo Medicamento para Prevenir el Contagio del VIH Podrá Ser Útil para las Mujeres Hispanas

Los resultados de un estudio realizado en el país Africano de Botswana para una píldora para la prevención del VIH fueron liberados en la ‘Conferencia Internacional... Read more »

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Rooted In the Community

Sam is a well groomed 81-year-old woman who takes pleasure in feeding the pigeons at the Veteran’s War memorial in Highland Park, a traffic island located at the... Read more »

The Other Side of the Coin: Homeless Encampment Cleaned Up In East LA

Law enforcement officers and Caltrans workers cleared out a homeless encampment near the Olympic Boulevard off ramp of the southbound Santa Ana (5) Freeway in East... Read more »

Mexican Water Polo Team Aims For Olympics With Commerce’s Help

Since arriving in Commerce two weeks ago, Mexican water polo player Carina Carballo and her teammates have had very little time to sightsee. “We’ve done hardly... Read more »

Boyle Heights Neighborhood Council Making Progress

Three months after being put on notice that they could be decertified, the Boyle Heights Neighborhood Council (BHNC) has revised its by-laws and approved a new executive... Read more »

Montebello Looking To Force Employee Pay Cuts *UPDATED*

Montebello city officials looking to show potential lenders that they are willing to make difficult cuts say they have adopted a hard bargaining approach with city... Read more »

LAFCO to Discuss East LA ‘Cityhood’ Finances

A small survey of residents randomly selected on Whittier Boulevard last week may prove to be an ominous sign that the turnout will be low at two meetings taking... Read more »

CARTOON: Corporate Supreme Court

“Americans realize that our rights and liberties depend on having a system of justice that we can trust. We know we should be able to show up in court to contest... Read more »

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