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California demanda al Gobierno federal por amenazas a ‘ciudades santuario’

California – California demandó esta semana al Gobierno federal por sus amenazas de retener fondos a las “ciudades santuario”, aquellas que han decidido... Read more »

Sentencia – ‘Yo no soy una mala persona’

Sur de Los Ángeles – Un propietario de un centro de verificación del smog donde revisaban los niveles de contaminación de los vehículos fue sentenciado... Read more »

Médicos y enfermeras serán insuficientes en California

­­­California – Los proveedores de atención primaria en California enfrentaran un déficit de doctores, enfermeras y asistentes para el 2025, que empeorara... Read more »

Montebello Woman Identified as Driver in Fatal Crash

A woman killed when her vehicle left the roadway and struck a telephone pole was publicly identified Monday. She was Melissa Gutierrez, 24, of Montebello, said coroner’s... Read more »

County Launches Survey to Get Input for Age-Friendly Action Plan

LOS ANGELES COUNTY  – Residents can help the City and County of Los Angeles prepare for the region’s rapidly aging population by completing a 20-minute, online... Read more »

Gang Shot-Caller Pleads Guilty to Racketeering, Drug Charges

A gang member who helped manage a coalition of three rival street gangs in Northeast Los Angeles brought together by orders issued by a Mexican Mafia member pleaded... Read more »

Former Nonprofit Execs Plead Guilty to Embezzling Millions

Three former executives of a once highly respected nonprofit group that provided counseling, job-training and placement to the homeless, unemployed and victims of... Read more »

City Atty. Blasts Council Panel’s Action on Housing

City Attorney Mike Feuer issued a rare rebuke of some of his elected colleagues in Los Angeles Wednesday, decrying a City Council committee action that could lead... Read more »

Viewing ‘The Great American Eclipse’

Angelenos may not be able to see the first full Solar Eclipse of the Sun visible in the United States since 1979, but that’s not stopping them from getting in... Read more »

Proposals for Old City Jail Include Mix of Housing and Retail

Close to 200 people attended a community meeting last Thursday to hear presentations from the three finalists hoping to win city approval for their vision to bring... Read more »

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