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East Los Angeles: Gunman Killed in Armed Standoff With Sheriffs

A man who shot and wounded a woman, then held authorities at bay on an East Los Angeles street for almost an hour and a half was killed in a deputy-involved shooting... Read more »

Woman Sentenced to Prison in DUI Crash That Killed Cyclist

A 21-year-old Los Angeles woman who got behind the wheel while intoxicated, killing a cyclist and injuring two others in Boyle Heights, was sentenced Tuesday to... Read more »

BREAKING: Fatal Shooting Near 110 Pasadena Freeway Snarles Traffic

A man was found fatally shot “in the dirt” today by the northbound Pasadena (110) Freeway at Avenue 60 in Highland Park. A SigAlert was declared and two lanes... Read more »

Exide Lays Off Workers at Shuttered Plant

With its Vernon battery-recycling plant still shuttered thanks to a dispute with air-quality regulators, Exide Technologies issued temporary layoff notices today... Read more »

Pelosi Says Republican Refusal to Extend Unemployment Benefits ‘Immoral’

The U.S. Senate earlier this month approved an extension of long-term unemployment benefits, but hopes were dashed that a deal could be reach before Congress’... Read more »

Hispanic and Other Ethnic Adults Invisible In Clinical Trials

Less than 5 percent of the participants in federally funded clinical trials are non-white, and less than 2 percent of clinical cancer research studies focus on... Read more »

Repairs Near Highland Park Senior Center Highlight New Clean Up Campaign

Councilman Jose Huizar was in Highland Park Tuesday to announce the launch the comprehensive Clean Communities Initiative, a $1.5 million dollar plan to spruce... Read more »

What’s Your Age Got To Do With It?

Have you ever woken feeling older than the day before and noticing a slow erosion of physical freedoms? But have you also had moments when you realized that it... Read more »

Exhibit: “Viva la Causa! Dolores Huerta and the Struggle for Justice” at LA Plaza

Dolores Huerta, who co-founded the United Farm Workers union, said Thursday she hopes an exhibit in Los Angeles about her life and activism inspires women to live... Read more »

D.A. and Rotary Club Team Up to Stop Scams Targeting Seniors

Los Angeles County District Attorney Jackie Lacey Monday announced a campaign aimed at protecting seniors from financials scams, pointing to an example within her... Read more »

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