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Commerce Begins Project to Improve Traffic Bottleneck

The City of Commerce on Friday celebrated the formal groundbreaking of a $30 million project to improve Washington Boulevard, a major thoroughfare in the region. The... Read more »

Monterey Park Crossing Guard Killed in Accident

A 76-year-old crossing guard who was struck and killed by a car in Monterey Park was identified Wednesday by the coroner’s office, while a collection of notes... Read more »

Bell Gardens Reflects on ‘Trying’ Year

Bell Gardens Councilwoman Priscilla Flores was recognized for her service as Mayor Pro Tem during a difficult year for the city during the annual reorganization... Read more »

Monterey Park Housing Project Moves Forward Despite Council Split

The time granted to a local developer to pay off nearly $3 million it will owe the city was nearly doubled Monday over the vocal objections of two Monterey Park... Read more »

Exide Violates Hazardous Waste Laws

A recent inspection led the Department of Toxic Substance Control Wednesday to issue eight new violations to embattled Exide Technologies related to their handling... Read more »

‘New Beginning’ for Southwest Museum

Long time supporters of the Southwest Museum in the Mount Washington area of Los Angeles are hailing last week’s naming of the 100-year-old site as a “national... Read more »

Commerce Freeway Fatality

California Highway Patrol is investigating the circumstances the death of a woman who was struck by a vehicle on the southbound Santa Ana (5) Freeway in the City... Read more »

Zero Tolerance for Carrying Knives To Schools

  It’s never easy for school administrators to deal with controversial or dangerous happenings at their schools. The recent claim by a fourth-grade student... Read more »

Journalist Ruben Salazar to be Focus of Cal State LA Panel

A panel discussion on the relevance Mexican American journalist Ruben Salazar’s life and work has in today’s society will take place Feb. 4 at Cal State University,... Read more »

East L.A. Stabbing Injures Two

Two men were stabbed in East Los Angeles, both in the upper torso, by two other men, authorities said. It happened about 10:45 p.m. this past Sunday near Olympic... Read more »

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