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Vin Scully ‘Overwhelmed’ By Street Dedication

A street leading to Dodger Stadium was dedicated today as Vin Scully Avenue, prompting the longtime Dodger broadcaster to say he was “overwhelmed” by the honor... Read more »

Deal Reached to Raise CA Minimum Wage

Labor activists, state lawmakers and local leaders, including Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, today hailed a deal struck with Gov. Jerry Brown and state legislative... Read more »

Major Weekend Closure On 710 Freeway Starts Tonight

Motorists planning to the use the Long Beach (710) Freeway from the Monterey Park area this weekend may want to look for an alternate route or prepare for delays,... Read more »

Gold Line Service to Little Tokyo Resumes Sunday

After about 10 weeks of construction work, Metro Gold Line service between Union Station and Little Tokyo in downtown Los Angeles is scheduled to resume Sunday. Metro... Read more »

Actor, Writer, Director, Eugenio Derbez, Receives Hollywood Walk of Fame Star

  Eugenio Derbez receives star on Hollywood Walk of Fame. Eugenio Derbez received the 2,576th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame today, honoring a career as... Read more »

Eagle Rock Gas Station Accused of Selling Second-rate Fuel

City Attorney Mike Feuer announced criminal charges Thursday against the owners of an Eagle Rock gas station, who allegedly sold substandard gasoline that damaged... Read more »

Brothers of Compton Councilman Shot in East L.A.; One Killed

A manhunt was underway today for the gunman who shot two brothers of a Compton city councilman, one of them fatally, in an apparent “gang-related” and “targeted”... Read more »

L.A. County Still Adding Jobs, Just Not As Many

Unemployment will continue to decline and the number of jobs will continue to grow this year and next in Los Angeles County, but at a somewhat slower pace then in... Read more »

LAPD Officers Plead Not Guilty to Rape Charges

Two veteran Los Angeles police officers pleaded not guilty today to charges of sexually assaulting four women, mostly while on duty. James Christopher Nichols, 44,... Read more »

Military Care for Mental Health Ailments Needs Improvement, L.A. Study Finds

Care provided by the U.S. military health system to service members with post-traumatic stress disorder or depression is good in some areas, but lacks in other realms,... Read more »

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