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July 7, 2016

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Young Cancer Patient Becomes K9 Deputy For a Day

Alfonso Hoffman’s young life changed unexpectedly when he was diagnosed with Leukemia at the beginning of this year. His mother, Desiree, noticed changes to his... Read more »

USDA to Keep Children Fed While School Is Out

To ensure children from low-income areas do not go hungry this summer, the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture (USDA) will serve more than 200 million free lunches to children... Read more »

For Many, This 4th of July Was Akin to a War Zone

Did you feel like you were living in a war zone this 4th of July? If so, you were not alone. The loud thunderous blast from fireworks —most presumably illegal... Read more »

County Supervisors Place Parks Parcel Tax on November Ballot

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to put a measure on the November ballot that would levy a one-and-a-half cent per square foot parcel tax... 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 »

Singer Sues Wells Fargo for Negligence, Deceit

Mexican singer Ana Barbara sued Wells Fargo Thursday, alleging two employees looted more than $400,000 from her accounts and forced her to lose another $884,000... Read more »

June 30, 2016 Issue

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Bill to Expand Metro Board Introduced

A bill to increase the number of Metro board members was re-introduced last week by Sen. Tony Mendoza, who cites the need for a board that more fairly represents... Read more »

Q&A: Sup. Hilda Solis On Why L.A. County Parks Matter

In response to a recent needs assessment report that found most Los Angeles County Parks in need of significant improvements, county supervisors will next week consider... Read more »

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