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Hate Crimes Jump 15% in Los Angeles

Hate crimes in the city of Los Angeles hit multi-year highs in 2016, according to an analysis released Tuesday by Cal State San Bernardino researchers, who pegged... Read more »

With CBO Gone, Teachers Thinks Montebello Unified Budget Can Improve

Now that the Montebello Unified School Board has fired its controversial chief business officer, employees are hopeful a clearer, more positive picture of district’s... Read more »

County to Review Options for Mandating Mental Health Treatment

The Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to review its options for helping mentally ill homeless individuals who refuse treatment, including the potential for legislative... Read more »

Mayor Garcetti Pushes L.A. Olympic Bid as “Creative, New”

Mayor Eric Garcetti took a swipe at the French capital Tuesday, arguing before an audience in Denmark that Los Angeles would be a better host than Paris for the... Read more »

Fear of Deportation on the Rise in L.A. County, Study Finds

Amid White House promises to crack down on illegal immigration, fear of deportation is on the rise in Los Angeles County, with more than one-third of residents concerned... Read more »

Fear In Wake of Raid On City’s ‘Crown Jewel’

The Bicycle Hotel and Casino reopened in the pre-dawn hours Wednesday following a raid by federal agents that temporarily closed the facility to the public. But... Read more »

Gomez, Ahn to Face Off in June 6 Runoff

Assemblyman Jimmy Gomez will likely face Los Angeles Planning Commissioner and Attorney Robert Lee Ahn in a June 6 runoff in the 34th Congressional District special... Read more »

Lacey, Feuer Join Call to Stop ICE Courthouse Arrests

LOS ANGELES  – Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer and District Attorney Jackie Lacey are among a dozen prosecutors who sent a letter Tuesday to Attorney... Read more »

One Killed, Two Injured in Huntington Park Shooting

HUNTINGTON PARK  – A woman who was killed Sunday in a shooting in Huntington Park that left two men wounded was identified Tuesday. The shooting occurred... Read more »

Multi-Vehicle Crash Injures 7

GLASSELL PARK  – At least seven people were injured, three of them critically, in a four-vehicle collision Tuesday that left a milk tanker overturned on the... Read more »

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