October 15, 2017 by · Leave a Comment 

‘Hurricane 3D’ Now Showing at the California Science Center

“Hurricane 3D,” which gives audiences an up-close look at the strength of an Atlantic hurricane like the ones that have wrought havoc in Texas, Florida and Puerto... Read more »

L.A. Stopped Accepting ‘Section 8’ Applications More Than a Decade Ago, That Changes Monday

It has been more than a decade since the city of Los Angeles stopped accepting applications for Section 8 housing vouchers, but that’s about to change Monday when... Read more »

From ‘Fresco’ Food Tasting to An Evening With Wonder Woman, There’s A Lot to Do

The week ahead is filled with activities for the entire family that won’t break the back, can help you stay informed about your community, get healthy, do... Read more »

Scouts Learn Early to Give Back, Have Civic Pride

  A day scheduled for Montebello residents to help clean a local park turned out to be a hands-on lesson for a group of young cub scouts on what it means to have... Read more »

Decriminalizing Street Vending at L.A. Parks Under Review

Two Los Angeles City Council members introduced a motion Tuesday that would decriminalize street vending in the city’s parks in an effort to protect undocumented... Read more »

Calif. Latinos Surge Into College, But Graduation Rates Lag

The number of Latinos in college in California is surging, but their graduation rates are still far behind other groups, according to a new report. Researchers at... Read more »

MWD Commits Billions of Dollars to Gov.’s Delta Water Tunnels

Opponents of a plan for Southern California water users to help pay for a much debated water project supported by Gov. Jerry Brown were on the losing end of the... Read more »

L.A. to Toughen Enforcement of Alcohol Sales at Gas Stations

A Los Angeles City Council committee voted Tuesday in favor of adopting stricter enforcement of the sale of alcoholic beverages at gas stations in an effort to reduce... Read more »

City Panel OKs Plan to House Human Trafficking Victims

Victims of human trafficking in Los Angeles could soon have housing built for them after a City Council committee approved of the plan Wednesday. The idea for the... Read more »

County Sees Public Restrooms as Key to Preventing Hepatitis A Among Homeless

Prompted by an outbreak of hepatitis A concentrated among homeless individuals, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to survey homeless encampments... Read more »

Next Page »

Copyright © 2017 Eastern Group Publications/EGPNews, Inc. ·