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Bell Gardens Police Recover Stolen Weapons

Officers detained two suspects Saturday near John Anson Ford City Park in Bell Gardens and recovered a stolen 9mm handgun and a knife. The Bell Gardens Police Department... Read more »

Get Rid of Those Old Meds – But Do It Safely

California public health officials are encouraging consumers to safely get rid of prescription drugs no longer needed or expired, encouraging them this week to take... Read more »

GM Settles Multi-State Lawsuit Related to Faulty Ignition Switches

A Los Angeles judge has approved a $120 million multi-state settlement with General Motors involving allegations that the automaker concealed safety issues related... Read more »

Changes to 1-710 Corridor Will Be Hardest on Low-Income Areas

Monday was the last day to submit comments on the draft version of an environmental report for a project to improve traffic congestion and air pollution along a... Read more »

Cambios en el Corredor I-710 Serán Más Difíciles en Áreas de Bajos Recursos

El lunes fue el último día para enviar comentarios sobre la versión borrador de un informe ambiental para un proyecto para mejorar la congestión del tráfico... Read more »

Nerve-Wracking, Nail Biter at The Ravine: Astros Defeat Dodgers to Tie World Series

George Springer hit a two-run home run in the top of the 11th inning as the Houston Astros defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers, 7-6, Wednesday night at Dodger Stadium,... Read more »

L.A. Blue: Dodgers Defeat Astros in Opening Game of World Series

Justin Turner hit a tie-breaking two-out two-run home run in the sixth inning and Clayton Kershaw and two Los Angeles Dodgers relievers limited the Houston Astros... Read more »

Dodgers Win First Pennant Since 1988, Next Stop the World Series

The Los Angeles Dodgers could learn today who they’ll face in the World Series after they won their first National League pennant since 1988 with an 11-1 victory... Read more »

Get Your Car Checked, Take A Self-Defense Class, Start Celebrating Dia de los Muertos-Find Out Where On EGPNews’ Community Calendar

Friday, Oct. 20 First of Two Free Women’s Self-Defense Workshops Oct. 20 (Koreatown) & Oct. 21 (Downtown L.A.) sponsored by Assemblyman Miguel Santiago. Learn... Read more »

Study: Hispanics Immigrant Children Less Likely to Have Bad Experiences

A new study of national survey information gathered on more than 12,000 Hispanic children from immigrant and U.S.-native families found that although they experience... Read more »

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