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Police Seek Additional Victims of Sexual Assault Suspect

Police today asked for the public’s assistance to identify victims of a man accused of assaulting two young men, one of them a minor, in less than an hour’s... Read more »

Commerce Kicks Off College Application Season

Hundreds of families took advantage of the annual “Commerce to College Fair” held last Saturday in hopes of getting an early start on the college search and... Read more »

Governor Signs First Minimum Wage Hike In 6 Years

Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation in downtown Los Angeles Wednesday that will raise the minimum wage in California from $8 an hour to $10 by 2016. Brown was joined... Read more »

Fire Season in SoCal

A wildfire north of Azusa that has burned about 250 acres of national forest land was 72 percent surrounded Wednesday and expected to be fully contained by Friday... Read more »

Activists Call for ‘National Day of Dignity and Respect’

Thousands of protesters flooded Downtown Los Angeles Sunday to urge the U.S. House of Representatives to bring comprehensive immigration reform back to the table.... Read more »

Garcetti Holds ‘Office Hours’ in Boyle Heights

The City of Los Angeles rolled out the green, astro-turf carpet and modern furniture to hold Mayor Eric Garcetti’s office hours on East 1st Street in Boyle Heights,... Read more »

Election Preview: Candidates Seek Seats In MUSD, Bell Gardens, Montebello

With less than two months until the November 5 General Election, candidates in three local races are busy fundraising, phone banking and rallying volunteers to help... Read more »

Dedicated Boyle Heights Postman Eager to Get Back to Work

A 49-year veteran of the U.S. Postal Service who has spent his entire career delivering mail in Boyle Heights, is at White Memorial Hospital recovering from injuries... Read more »

DTSC to Hold ‘Casual’ Conversation About Exide

The California Department of Toxic Substance Control (DTSC) will meet Friday in Boyle Heights with a group of residents, elected officials and community members... Read more »

Wells Fargo Grants Aim to ‘Lift’ Communities

Wells Fargo is accepting applications for $11.4 million in grants to help nonprofits in 25 cities accelerate economic recovery and improvements in neighborhoods... Read more »

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