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Magazine Cements Place in Chicano History

In the summer of 1968, a Los Angeles magazine that would become a provocative voice on civil rights issues from bad schools to the Vietnam War, police abuse, farmworker... Read more »

Feuer Goes After Carl’s Jr. for Wage Theft

Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer announced Monday that he is taking legal action against the Carl’s Jr. fast-food chain for alleged wage theft. The company... Read more »

Free Family-Friendly 4th of July Weekend Events

Bell Gardens 3:30-5:30 pm–Celebration at Bell Gardens Veterans Park. Celebrate Independence Day with traditional games, music, crafts and snacks. Ages: 5-14. Free.... Read more »

Members of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power’s most powerful union will see a significant bump in pay, with the City Council’s approval Wednesday... Read more »

GOP Health Care Bill Will Harm County, Say Supes

Four of the five members of the Board of Supervisors said Tuesday that the pending Senate bill to repeal Obamacare would be a damaging step backward for Los Angeles... Read more »

Calif. Officials Sound Alarm, Envisioning $114B Hit To Medi-Cal Under U.S. Senate Bill

California risks losing $114.6 billion in federal funds within a decade for its Medicaid program under the Senate health care bill, a decline that would require... Read more »

Police Fatally Shoot Woman Involved in Domestic Dispute

A 28-year-old woman was shot to death by a Montebello police officer, after she drove a car toward the officer and her boyfriend, the Sheriff’s Department said... Read more »

Police Fatally Shoot Carjacking Suspect

Authorities on Wednesday identified a carjacking suspect who was shot to death at the end of a police chase in South Gate. David Pacas, 36, died about 8 a.m. Tuesday... Read more »

Maywood Shooting Victim Named

A 36-year-old man who was shot and killed in Maywood was identified Sunday by the coroner’s office. The shooting happened at 4:47 p.m. June 14, in the 3700 block... Read more »

Federal Appeals Court Strikes Down LAPD’s 30-Day Vehicle Impounds

A federal appeals court panel on Wednesday unanimously struck down a city policy allowing the Los Angeles Police Department to impound cars for 30 days without a... Read more »

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