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First of Two Drivers that Fatally Hit Woman Flees Scene

Authorities today sought public help to find the driver of the first of two vehicles that struck and fatally injured a pedestrian in the Cypress Park area of Los... Read more »

Boyle Heights: Woman Taking Pictures Hit By Metro Gold Line Train

A woman was recovering this morning after she was struck by a Metro Gold Line train when she got too close to the tracks in Boyle Heights because she was trying... Read more »

County Needs to Protect Southeast L.A., Not Just Porter Ranch

Recently, our neighbors in the City of Maywood suffered due to a chemical explosion of toxic magnesium at a local plant. This is not the first incident of chemical... Read more »

A Bold Transportation Plan

In 2008, Los Angeles County residents took a leap of faith and voted to raise our county-wide sales taxes to fund the construction and maintenance of our transportation... Read more »

Montebello: 60 Freeway On-Ramps to Be Closed Starting Next Two Nights

Pomona (60) Freeway on-ramps will be closed overnight tomorrow and Wednesday in Montebello to accommodate soil studies being conducted as part of Metro’s plan... Read more »

Higher Minimum Wage Starts Today

Starting today, Los Angeles area employers will pay a higher minimum wage and offer at least six days of paid leave benefits under city and county laws that will... Read more »

Singer Sues Wells Fargo for Negligence, Deceit

Mexican singer Ana Barbara sued Wells Fargo Thursday, alleging two employees looted more than $400,000 from her accounts and forced her to lose another $884,000... Read more »

It’s All ‘Beautiful’ At Hollywood Pantages

If you’re looking for some fun and a reason to feel happy, then going to see the Tony® Award-winning hit BEAUTIFUL —The Carole King Musical at the Hollywood... Read more »

We Must be Vigilant Against Terrorism — and Hatred

In the wake of yet another terrorist attack on our homeland, American hearts ache for the 49 lives lost and many others terribly wounded due to the brutal, terrorist... Read more »

Extreme Heat Causing Power Outages

Record-setting temperatures in the Southland climbed well past the 100-degree mark on the hottest day of a brutal three-day heat wave, causing widespread power outages,... Read more »

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