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Groups to Offer Sanctuary to Central American Families Facing Deportation

Local religious leaders and activists said Tuesday they will offer sanctuary to Central American families in the country illegally if President Barack Obama’s... Read more »

Southland Gasoline Prices Rise Again

The average price of a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline in Los Angeles County rose Wednesday for the 13th consecutive day, increasing a half-cent to $3.049. The... Read more »

Movie Box Office Sets Yearly Record

2015 was the highest-earning year at the North American box office, with $11.1 billion in movie ticket sales projected through Thursday, according to figures released... Read more »

Metrolink: No More Hoverboards Aboard Trains

As of Monday, hoverboards and other self-balancing electronic devices will not be permitted aboard Metrolink trains, officials with the Southern California commuter... Read more »

Two Women Being Sought In Highland Park Stabbing Death

Police asked for the public’s help today in tracking down whoever stabbed to death a 24-year-old man in Highland Park. Bryan Wilfredo Najarro was found laying... Read more »

Council Approves Donation For Homeless Shelter

The Los Angeles City Council Tuesday approved a $20,000 donation to a nonprofit organization that operates a 36-bed homeless shelter at a Highland Park church and... Read more »

Boyle Heights: Nun Severely Injured by Hit-and-run Driver

Los Angeles police asked public help today in finding a hit-and-run motorist who severely wounded a 70-year-old nun. The suspect is believed to have been driving... Read more »

‘Beware of Surprise Gifts,’ Warns D.A.

If you’re asked to pay a small fee for the delivery of surprise gift from an unknown sender don’t do it, advised Los Angeles County’s District Attorney last... Read more »

Save Time On Commute to San Pedro: Ride Metro

Metro officials announced Monday the start of express bus service that will provide more frequent and faster commutes between San Pedro and downtown Los Angeles. The... Read more »

The Medical Minute: Holidays Often a Challenge for People with Eating Disorders

With food everywhere you look, difficult relatives and pressure to create perfect memories, the holidays can be a tough time for those who struggle with eating disorders. People... Read more »

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