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Fear of Cancer, Lead Poisoning Haunt People Living Near Closed Exide Plant

A majority of households near the shuttered Exide battery-recycling plant in Vernon are concerned that someone in their home might   get cancer or lead poisoning... Read more »

This 4th of July, Celebrate the ‘Home of the Brave’

As we head into the 4th of July holiday, we encourage everyone to celebrate the brave souls who have come to our shores in search of a better life. When our National... Read more »

CHP Out In Force for 4th of July

California Highway Patrol officers will be out in force today through Tuesday as they look out for people driving drunk or committing other traffic violations over... Read more »

Feuer Goes After Carl’s Jr. for Wage Theft

Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer announced Monday that he is taking legal action against the Carl’s Jr. fast-food chain for alleged wage theft. The company... Read more »

Free Family-Friendly 4th of July Weekend Events

Bell Gardens 3:30-5:30 pm–Celebration at Bell Gardens Veterans Park. Celebrate Independence Day with traditional games, music, crafts and snacks. Ages: 5-14. Free.... Read more »

CDPH Releases Annual End of Life Option Act Report

SACRAMENTO  – From June 9 to Dec, 31, 2016, 191 individuals received aid-in-dying drugs under the End of Life Option Act, and 111 people died following ingestion... Read more »

GOP Health Care Bill Will Harm County, Say Supes

Four of the five members of the Board of Supervisors said Tuesday that the pending Senate bill to repeal Obamacare would be a damaging step backward for Los Angeles... Read more »

Ex-Swim Coach Sentenced to Prison for Sexual Assault on Commerce Child

A swimming coach who was employed by the city of Commerce pleaded no contest today to sexually assaulting a girl at a city aquatics center and was sentenced to six... Read more »

Flex Alert: Heat Wave Prompts Call to Cut Energy

With a heat wave gripping the region, a Flex Alert urging residents to voluntarily conserve electricity to ease demand on the statewide power system was in effect... Read more »

Retiring Duo Honored for Growing Gardens and Minds

BELL GARDENS – Two school club advisors set to retire after decades of educating young stu-dents about the principles of community gardening, were recognized Monday... Read more »

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