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LA Unified Selects First Black Woman to Lead District

Los Angeles Unified School District Deputy Superintendent Michelle King was named today the district’s next superintendent. “What a historic moment this is,”... Read more »

Arrest Made In Lincoln Heights Area Stabbing

A man was in custody today after he allegedly stabbed a process server in the Lincoln Heights area and then fled, police said. The stabbing took place in the 1700... Read more »

Who Wants To Be A Multi-Millionaire?

Lottery fever swept across the Southland today as the Powerball jackpot grew to a record $800 million, with the potential to grow to $1 billion by the time numbers... Read more »

Police Searching for Baby Taken During Carjacking: Amber Alert Issued

A parked minivan with a year-old boy inside was stolen from the parking lot of a Montebello recycling center this afternoon as the child’s mother stood by helplessly,... Read more »

Grand Jury: Plans for Homeless ‘Grossly Inadequate’

City and county agencies need to do more to help the thousands of people in the Los Angeles area who lack shelter during this winter’s El Nino storms, the county’s... Read more »

Four Charged In Scheme to Embezzle Millions from Huntington Park-Based Luxury Denim Co

Four Southern California men are facing federal charges alleging they embezzled more than $8 million from a laundry owned by high-end jeans company Citizens of Humanity. Luis... Read more »

Grand Jury: Plans for Homeless ‘Grossly Inadequate’

City and county agencies need to do more to help the thousands of people in the Los Angeles area who lack shelter during this winter’s El Nino storms, the county’s... Read more »

7 Temporary Shelters Opened in County-Owned Gyms

With a series of storms in the forecast this week, the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority announced Monday the opening of seven temporary shelters to augment... Read more »

Fire Destroys Highland Park Home

Los Angeles firefighters today extinguished a stubborn fire that destroyed a two-story wood frame house in Highland Park, injured a firefighter and a resident, and... Read more »

EPA Announces $22 Million Settlement for Superfund Site in South Gate

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Justice Tuesday announced a $22 million settlement to clean up of South Gate-based Cooper Drum... Read more »

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