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Job Seekers to Descend on Dodger Stadium Saturday

Employers from a variety of industries will be accepting job applications and resumes Saturday at the 19th Annual Community Job Fair at Dodger Stadium. The event... Read more »

Family Meals Do More Than Put Food on the Table

Make mealtime a family time. If you can get together for meals even a few times a week, family meals mean healthier eating – and more. For National Nutrition Month®,... Read more »

Founder of L.A.’s ProAmerica Bank Confirmed as Head of SBA

The granddaughter of a migrant worker and founder of a Los Angeles bank was confirmed by the U.S. Senate Thursday to head the Small Business Administration. Maria... Read more »

Signature Gathering OK’d For 4th Marijuana Legalization Initiative

Backers of an initiative that would legalize possession, use, cultivation, transportation and distribution of marijuana and hemp have until Aug. 18 to submit enough... Read more »

Two Hurt In Commerce ‘Drug House’ Explosion

Two men were hospitalized with burns, and firefighters were driven back from a burning house by explosions caused by a drug manufacturing process, authorities said... Read more »

‘Shamrock Shake’ A Wake Up Call to Angelenos

St. Patrick’s Day got off to a shaky start today when a magnitude-4.4 earthquake centered southeast of Encino in the Santa Monica Mountains gave residents a jolt... Read more »

Boyle Heights Street to be Named for Groundbreaking Ranchera Singer

The late groundbreaking ranchera singer Lucha Reyes will be honored Saturday when signs naming a stretch of a Boyle Heights street for her are unveiled. Bailey Street... Read more »

Teen Shot to Death in East L.A. ID’d

  Authorities have released the name of a 16-year-old boy killed in a shooting on an East Los Angeles sidewalk that apparently was captured by a security camera. A... Read more »

Boyle Heights Trucking Co Sued For Back Wages

A former driver for a Boyle Heights trucking company filed a proposed class-action lawsuit against the firm, alleging he and other employees are owed back wages... Read more »

Garcetti Names Entertainment Attorney as New Film Czar

  Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, who last year declared a “state of emergency” in the local film and television production industry, announced Monday... Read more »

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