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Garcetti Appoints L.A.’s First Latino Fire Chief

Forty-years after the hierarchy of the Los Angeles Fire Department and the union representing rank and file firefighters told the U.S. Dept. of Justice that requiring... Read more »

How Do We Fight Back? Turn the Other Cheek? Take a Toke?

We must recognize that government is not the problem — we are. Government only works when people are involved and frankly we are not. We believe what the media... Read more »

Illegal Immigration, How Many Will the Boat Hold?

Two thousand two hundred and twenty-three people desperately tried to escape from the sinking Titanic. One thousand five hundred and seventeen perished, as they... Read more »

LULAC Misguided In Herbalife Fight

In the last week, I joined with many Latino immigrant and community based organizations around the nation to send an open letter to the Congressional Hispanic Caucus... Read more »

LADWP Offers Cash for Grass

Los Angeles residents interested in replacing their green grass with drought tolerant turf grass may qualify for a landscape incentive program offered by the Los... Read more »

Gold Line Train Hits Car in Boyle Heights

A Metro Gold Line train hit a car Tuesday in the Boyle Heights area, resulting in an injury, authorities said. The crash occurred about 6:40 a.m. in the 1100 block... Read more »

Two Killed in Monterey Park Car Crash

A 19-year-old motorist and his 21-year-old passenger were killed when his speeding car slammed into a parked SUV in Monterey Park, police said Friday. The crash... Read more »

Man Killed After Slamming into Big Rig

A man killed Saturday when the van he was driving slammed into the side of a big rig in Commerce has been identified Ernesto Vinageras, 42, of Commerce. Vinageras... Read more »

Judge Blocks Pot Farmer’s Market In Boyle Heights

A judge granted a temporary restraining order Tuesday blocking the operation of a medical marijuana “farmers market” in Boyle Heights, agreeing with city attorneys... Read more »

CA Death Penalty Declared Unconstitutional

A federal court judge in Orange County Wednesday declared California’s death penalty system unconstitutional, calling its administration so “dysfunctional”... Read more »

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