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Metro Narrows Routes for Gold Line East Down to Two

Metro officials have released tentative plans for an extension of light rail passenger train service to east of Los Angeles, and now cities along the possible routes... Read more »

Montebello Shifts to Recycled Water at Local Park

The severe statewide drought has spurred interest in water reclamation in a number of local cities, but the cost to build infrastructure to support the systems varies... Read more »

L.A. to Explore Sidewalk Repair ‘Strategy’

The Los Angeles City Council took a step Tuesday toward ending 40 years of inaction on fixing broken sidewalks, instructing city staffers to begin developing a “comprehensive”... Read more »

Study: Immigration Isn’t Only Election Issue for Latinos

While some might assume immigration policy dominates the concern of Hispanics in New York and around the nation, a new report shows the environment is high on their... Read more »

Tribute to Beatles’ 1964 Hollywood Bowl Show Falls Flat

With so many celebrities and talented musicians in Southern California it’s not far-fetched to assume that the line up for the 50th anniversary of the Beatles... Read more »

LA County Fair Starts Tonight

Aug. 29-Sept. 28  Times Vary– Los Angeles County Fair Opens Today at the Pomona Fairplex. Plan your day or weekend at the fair that features concerts, a wine,... Read more »

Community Calendar August 28, 2014-September 4, 2014

Friday, Aug. 29 7pm—First Ever Mexican Folklorico Dance Flash Mob at Downtown LA Union Station! Event will kick off Hispanic Heritage Month and feature 75 Mexican... Read more »

Is DMV Ready to Handle Jan. 1, 2015 Crowd

On January 1, 2015, millions of new drivers will take to California’s already stressed roads and streets, thanks to a new law that will allow many of those previously... Read more »

More Voter Participation, Here’s Another Idea

To increase voter turnout, Nathan Hatchman, head of Los Angles Ethics Commission, has suggested entering people who vote into a lottery for cash prizes. It could... Read more »

Mexicans Aren’t White: Mexicans Are White

Once again the almost four hundred year deep divide separating white and black Americans has shaken the American experience in a St. Louis suburb, Ferguson, Missouri. Watching... Read more »

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