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Man Shot Dead In Lincoln Heights

A man was shot dead near the Gold Line train station in Lincoln Heights by one of three men who approached him and began arguing, a police sergeant said Sunday. The... Read more »

Bell Gardens Police Recover Stolen Weapons

Officers detained two suspects Saturday near John Anson Ford City Park in Bell Gardens and recovered a stolen 9mm handgun and a knife. The Bell Gardens Police Department... Read more »

Get Rid of Those Old Meds – But Do It Safely

California public health officials are encouraging consumers to safely get rid of prescription drugs no longer needed or expired, encouraging them this week to take... Read more »

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Montebello Man Among Suspects Ordered to Stand Trial On 12 Counts of Murder in 1993 Arson Fire

Two men and a woman were ordered to stand trial on capital murder charges involving the deaths of 10 people, including two pregnant women, in an arson fire at an... Read more »

LAUSD Board Members Call on Rodriguez to Take ‘Leave’

Three members of the Los Angeles Unified School District Board of Education Tuesday called on their colleague Ref Rodriguez to take a leave of absence from the panel... Read more »

GM Settles Multi-State Lawsuit Related to Faulty Ignition Switches

A Los Angeles judge has approved a $120 million multi-state settlement with General Motors involving allegations that the automaker concealed safety issues related... Read more »

Disparidad de Oportunidades Frena el Desarrollo de los Hijos de Inmigrantes

Chicago, IL – Las barreras raciales que limitan la educación y la separación de familias provocada por las deportaciones evitan que los hijos de inmigrantes... Read more »

Selena Recibe Póstumamente Su Estrella en Paseo de la Fama

Selena Quintanilla, conocida por sus fans como ‘la reina dela música tejana’, será honrada póstumamente con una estrella en el Paseo de la Fama de Hollywood... Read more »

“Coco”, La Historia de Amor a México de Pixar Que Ensalza el Poder Latino

MÉXICO – “Coco”, la más reciente película de Disney Pixar, es una historia de amor a México a través de una de sus tradiciones más conocidas, el Día... Read more »

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