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AB 1389 Gives Basic Freedoms and Rights to California Farmworkers

Sponsored Message One of the biggest injustices to California farmworkers can be found in California’s Agricultural Labor Relations Act (ALRA), which violates... Read more »

May Day Rallies to Focus on Worker and Immigrant Rights

Thousands of people are expected to take to the streets of downtown Los Angeles tomorrow for annual May Day marches supporting rights for workers and immigrants,... Read more »

Man Shot Dead In Cypress Park

A man was fatally wounded today in a shooting in the Cypress Park area, authorities said. The attack — it was not immediately determined who carried it out —... Read more »

Bonin Wants L.A. to Explore Putting Homeless Funds Into Housing

A city panel on homelessness formed Wednesday by the Los Angeles City Council will explore ways the city could build more housing for the homeless. The Ad Hoc Committee... Read more »

NLRB Issues Complaint Against El Super Chain

The National Labor Relations Board issued a complaint against a Paramount-based supermarket chain for allegedly restraining employees from advocating for union representation,... Read more »

‘Downtown L.A. is Full of Mice,’ Says Alleged Slumlord

An accused slumlord brushed off complaints by tenants about rodent infestation at his 26-unit South Los Angeles apartment building, according to an excerpt of his... Read more »

Wife of Slain Bell Gardens Mayor Indicted on Voluntary Manslaughter Charge

The wife of slain Bell Gardens Mayor Daniel Crespo Sr. pleaded not guilty Thursday to a grand jury indictment charging her with voluntary manslaughter for his shooting... Read more »

Metro Urges Public to Report Harassment

Responding to a survey that found that nearly one-fourth of riders were victims of unwanted sexual behavior on buses and trains, Metro introduced a public-information... Read more »

CA Health Officials Declares Measles Outbreak Over

The measles outbreak that state health officials traced to Disneyland and that affected 131 Californians was declared over Fridday. “We are pleased this outbreak... Read more »

Pico Rivera Walmart Temporarily Closed

The Pico Rivera Walmart will be temporarily closed due to ongoing plumbing problems that will require extensive repairs, the company announced today. The store at... Read more »

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