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Latin Jazz and Music Fest Returns to Sycamore Park

Now in its fourth consecutive year, the annual Latin Jazz and Music Festival returns to Sycamore Grove Park in Northeast Los Angeles this weekend for two days of... Read more »

State’s Plan For Exide Cleanup Continues to Draw Protests

The plan developed by state regulators to clean up the massive contamination left behind by a now defunct battery recycler in Vernon will leave too many people in... Read more »

Labores de rescate prosiguen sin descanso tras terremoto

Las labores de rescate continúan sin descanso para encontrar gente con vida bajo los escombros de las decenas de edificios derrumbados por el fuerte terremoto del... Read more »

Suben a 120 los fallecidos por el terremoto en México

Las autoridades mexicanas elevaron a 120 las víctimas mortales del terremoto de 7,1 que sacudió hoy con violencia el centro del país, mientras que los servicios... Read more »

Plans to Expand Homeless Outreach

(CNS) – City Councilman Jose Huizar announced an expansion of homeless outreach services in downtown Los Angeles last week, with a five-member team looking... Read more »

Summertime Murders Drop to Lowest Number in Decades

LOS ANGELES (CNS) – Los Angeles saw 59 homicides this summer – far fewer than is typical for the three-month period, it was reported Wednesday. Other than... Read more »

Evento “El Grito de Independencia 2017”

Ballet Folklorico LA Para conmemorar la independencia de varios países latinoamericanos – México, Nicaragua, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Honduras, El Salvador y Chile... Read more »

Hombre Detenido Después de Una Muerte “Sospechosa”

WHITTIER (CNS) – Un hombre fue detenido el miércoles bajo la sospecha de haber matado a una mujer cuyo cuerpo fue encontrado en el complejo de apartamentos de... Read more »

City, County, State Take Up Fight to Defend DACA

The Trump administration’s decision to end DACA, the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals initiative, has sparked a whirlwind of activity at the city, county... Read more »

UCLA Study: $583 In Housing Funds Could Be in Danger

Los Angeles could miss out on hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue if Mayor Eric Garcetti’s goal of building 100,000 new units of housing by 2021 is not... Read more »

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