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Judge Rejects Lawsuit Challenging Measure M Language

A judge Tuesday rejected a petition filed on behalf of Commerce and 7 other cities seeking significant changes in the ballot language for the Metropolitan Transportation... Read more »

Encephalitis the Latest Mosquito Danger

As if West Nile virus wasn’t enough, county officials said Wednesday they discovered mosquitoes in Whittier carrying Saint Louis Encephalitis, something that hasn’t... Read more »

$8.6M Deal Reached in Marinello Beauty School Fraud Case

The insurance carrier of the now-defunct Marinello Schools of Beauty has paid $8.6 million to resolve civil allegations that the school — which operated in about... Read more »

Gang Member Pleads Guilty to Murder in Two Cases

A gang member avoided a potential death sentence in pleading guilty Thursday to the 2008 murder of a man who was holding a toddler when he was gunned down in the... Read more »

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 »

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