June 25, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

¿Por qué Siempre Nosotros? Preguntan Residentes del Este de Los Ángeles

Disgustados por la posibilidad de otro proyecto de transporte que devastaría y dividiría a su comunidad, decenas de residentes del Este de Los Ángeles expresaron... Read more »

SR-710 Expansion: 60 Years of Discord

More than half a century ago, transportation officials in the Southland knew that they would have to do something to relieve the inevitable traffic congestion that... Read more »

June 18, 2015 Issue

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Certified Chicano: Oscar Castillo Photo Exhibit Opens Sunday

Chicano photographer Oscar Castillo’s lens has captured the textures and layers of the East L.A. community, Photographer. Such an inadequate title when it... Read more »

Thunderstorms Possible, Flash Flood Warning Issued

An upper-level low spinning into the region from Nevada is expected to bring thunderstorms and flooding today to parts of Southern California, including the San... Read more »

‘He Saved Me,’ Deputy Says of Fellow Officer’s Gift of Liver

A Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputy who received a life-saving liver transplant expressed his gratitude Thursday to a colleague, who donated part of his own... Read more »

Foundation Awards Nearly $9 Million to L.A. County Groups

A philanthropic organization awarded almost $9 million in grants to Los Angeles County nonprofit organizations working to address the needs of low-income youth,... Read more »

June 11, 2015 Issue

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We Need Common Sense When It Comes to Sharing the Road

The latest controversy regarding the sharing of streets, roads and bridges by auto drivers, bicyclists and pedestrians over the retrofitting of the historic 80-year-old... Read more »

June 4, 2015 Issue

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