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Cheer and Charity Ring In the Holiday

All across the county, enthusiastic volunteers made children the stars of this holiday season. It may not rain in L.A., but it does sometimes snow! A young boy gets... Read more »

Victims of Crime Receive Gifts For The Holidays

Los Angeles County District Attorney Jackie Lacey joined crime victims at a downtown Target store Monday to hand out gift cards and help brighten their holidays. “The... Read more »

Deadline for Ronald McDonald Scholarships Approaching

Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southern California is accepting applications through Jan. 20 for $338,000 in college scholarships. Interested students should... Read more »

Driver Charged With DUI in Alhambra Crash That Injured More Than a Dozen

Criminal charges were filed last week against a Los Angeles man who allegedly was drunk when he rear-ended a minivan, knocking it into a crowd of people looking... Read more »

‘Paying It Forward’ at Montebello Resource Center’s Final Hoorah

Thirty-six-year-old Monica Regalado used to be homeless. Her voice shakes when she recalls that time and how a Montebello nonprofit resource center helped her get... Read more »

Bell Gardens Mayor’s Autopsy Released

Autopsy results on the body of Bell Gardens Mayor Daniel Crespo indicate he was fatally shot three times in the upper chest, an attorney for his family said Friday. Crespo,... Read more »

MAOF Wins ‘Innovation’ Grant

The Mexican American Opportunities Foundation, MAOF, is the recipient of a competitive national grant to encourage nonprofit groups to move people and communities... Read more »

Rogue Tow Truck Operators Preying on Car Owners

A warning has been issued about predatory tow truck drivers who trick accident victims into signing away their damaged cars, then holding their vehicles until excessively... Read more »

In the Midst of Joy, Tragic Reminders

Angelenos are in the midst of celebrating Christmas with people all over the world. It’s a time of colorful lights and mad rushing around to buy gifts, attend... Read more »

Peace is Goodwill

Peace on Earth and goodwill toward all — in a world of conflict, ’tis the season of peace. Sadly, this holiday season the United Nations released a study indicating... Read more »

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