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Tax on Property Improvements Would Pay for Parks Under Measure A

Among the many issues facing voters in November is Measure A, a 1 1/2-cent per square foot tax on improved properties in Los Angeles County to fund parks development... Read more »

Measure M: New Hope for Southeast Transit Users?

While politicians continue to argue over allocations, voters will decide Nov. 8 whether they are willing to pay another half-cent sales tax to fund transit and transportation... Read more »

No Plea Deal In Crespo Murder Case

Efforts to reach a plea deal with no jail time have fallen apart for the wife of slain Bell Gardens Mayor Daniel Crespo Sr., who claims she shot and killed him in... Read more »

Stand Up and Be Counted – Maybe

It took Nick Alati half a day to cast a ballot in Arizona’s August primary — and his vote didn’t even count. A self-employed home inspector in suburban Phoenix,... Read more »

Digging Way to Seamless Rail Rides

A boring machine dubbed “Angeli” began its underground journey Wednesday to create tunnels for Metro’s regional connector project, which will link up the Blue,... Read more »

Family-Friendly Halloween & Día De Los Muertos Activities

Thur.Oct. 20 6-9pm–Opening Reception “Sacred Memories: Cross Cultural Expressions of Day of the Dead” Exhibition Presented by El Pueblo Park Assoc. & El... Read more »

Community Calendar: Oct. 20, 2016 – Oct 26, 2016

Today, Thursday Oct. 20 8:30am-12pm–Free Flu Shots at the Arroyo Vista Family Center – Highland Park Oct. 20. No appointment necessary, limited supply. Pregnant... Read more »

Megadrought Risks in Southwest Soar as Atmosphere Warms

Newswise – ITHACA, N.Y. – As a consequence of a warming Earth, the risk of a megadrought – one that lasts more than 35 years – in the American Southwest... Read more »

No ‘Rigged Election’ Here, Says County Clerk

Los Angeles County voters don’t need to worry about a rigged election, no matter what Donald Trump says, according to Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk Dean Logan. Logan... Read more »

Demanding Transparency, Activist Form ‘Watchdog’ Group

MONTEBELLO – There’s a new watchdog group in town and their demanding changes. They sit in the front row at nearly every Montebello City Council meeting, keep... Read more »

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