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Mayor Daniel Crespo Laid to Rest

A public memorial service for Bell Gardens Mayor Daniel Crespo was held Monday at the Rose Hills Memorial Chapel in Whittier.  Over 200 people attended the public... Read more »

L.A. Council Discuss Artificial Turf

The Los Angeles City Council asked its staff Tuesday to develop proposals that would make it easier for residents to install artificial turf – instead of water-using... Read more »

LAUSD Fiascos-Plenty of Blame to Go Around

Whenever fiascos such as the scheduling or lack thereof at Jefferson High School occur, you can be sure there is usually plenty of blame to go around. And those... Read more »

Ethnic Studies Now

On November 18, 2014, the LAUSD Board of Education will consider a resolution that will require all LAUSD students to take a high school A-G Ethnic Studies course... Read more »

Here Come the Rain and Drought

What is it about natural disasters and irony? Just as local authorities in Detroit were denying thousands of people access to running water, the bankrupt city experienced... Read more »

UCLA Med Center to Hold Mock Ebola Response

Staff at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center plan to hold a “big exercise” Friday on diagnosing and treating patients with Ebola virus symptoms, according to UCLA’s... Read more »

Majority of California Voters Support Health Care for the Undocumented

New America Media —A majority of California voters support the idea of expanding health coverage to include all low-income people in the state, regardless of their... Read more »

“Muertos Artwalk,” Olvera Street’s first-ever Art Walk at El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument

Saturday, Oct. 18 (Muertos by Edgar “Littlehouse” Pasten)    10am-8pm—“Muertos Artwalk,” Olvera Street’s first-ever Art Walk at El Pueblo de Los Angeles... Read more »

Community Calendar: Oct. 16, 2014 – Oct. 22, 2014

Today, Thurs. Oct. 16 8am-1pm–Monterey Park Senior Center Fall Bazaar Sale. Seniors will be selling baked goods, homemade items and usable rummage. Langley Senior... Read more »

Free Vision Screening Comes to MUSD Schools

Kaydence Portillo, a sixth-grader at Suva Intermediate, tries on frames after her eye exam on Oct. 9. (MUSD) More than 50 Suva Intermediate students were screened... Read more »

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