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Volunteer Knitters Needed for ‘Little Hats, Big Hearts’

Do you knit or crochet and have a little time to do something inspirational for someone else? If so, the American Heart Association and The Children’s Heart Foundation... Read more »

DMV Launches Campaign to Combat Unlicensed Vehicle Dismantling

The California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) has launched a campaign to inform people about the public health and safety risks associated with the illegal dismantling... Read more »

L.A. Rams Beat Saints, Take On Cardinals Without Barwin

After a tough loss against the Vikings last week, the L.A. Rams responded well to pull off a 26-20 victory over the NFC South-leading Saints. The win keeps Los Angeles’... Read more »

A Traffic School for L.A. Cyclists In the Works Sub

Bicyclists who receive a moving violation in the City of Los Angeles could soon be allowed to attend ‘traffic school” to reduce the amount of their fine or cut... Read more »

Local Battle Starts to Save Internet ‘Neutrality’

Two Los Angeles City Council members introduced a resolution Tuesday calling on their colleagues to oppose the Federal Communications Commission’s proposed... Read more »

Hot Flashes, Night Sweats Connected to Sleep Apnea Risk in Middle-Aged Women

In a new study published this month in Menopause, researchers have found that the hot flashes and night sweats faced by upward of 80 percent of middle-aged women... Read more »

Parking at LAX About to Get Tougher

Long-term parking at Los Angeles International Airport-LAX, is getting a little tougher. More than 2,100 parking spaces in long-term Lot -C- are being taken out... Read more »

Holidays In Full Swing With Parades and Tree Lightings

Whether you’re looking for civic involvement through community meetings or just plain fun, there’s a lot going on this week. December 1st  is World... Read more »

Real Climate Leadership Starts With California’s Most Impacted Communities

Governor Brown is currently in Europe promoting California’s climate policies at the United Nations Climate Conference. Experts from across the globe are weighing... Read more »

Alameda Corridor-East Adopts ‘Local Hire’ Policy

Thirty percent of workers on future construction projects for the Alameda Corridor-East must be residents of Los Angeles County under a new “Local Hire” policy... Read more »

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