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Father Sues County For Crash that Killed His Young Sons

The father of two young boys who were fatally struck by an SUV driven by an on-duty rookie sheriff’s deputy in Boyle Heights is suing Los Angeles County, alleging... Read more »

L.A. Council Votes to Join Legal Fight to Block Trump on Immigration

The Los Angeles City Council took several actions Wednesday in opposition to the Trump administration’s immigration policies, including directing the city attorney... Read more »

L.A. County Fights Plan to Add Citizenship Question to 2020 Census

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors pushed back Tuesday against a proposal to include a citizenship question on the 2020 Census, saying it would lead to... Read more »

No Burn Order Issued for Southland

A “no-burn” order will be in effect starting Thursday across much of the Southland due to anticipated high pollution levels. The South Coast Air Quality Management... Read more »

Homeowners Urged to Apply for Property Tax Exemptions

Homeowners fail to claim $30 million in available property tax exemptions every year, Los Angeles County Assessor Jeffrey Prang said Tuesday. Prang urged homeowners... Read more »

Body Found In Montebello

A body was found early Wednesday near a bike path in Montebello. The body was discovered by a passerby near Bluff Road and Roosevelt Avenue, near the Rio Hondo Riverbed,... Read more »

Coroner Releases Name of Pico Rivera Shooting Victim

Authorities Wednesday identified a man who was killed in a drive-by shooting in Pico Rivera on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. The shooting occurred about 4 p.m. Monday... Read more »

Councilman Proposes to House Homeless In Trailers on City-Owned Parking Lot

Large encampments of homeless people living under ragged tents and tarps, surrounded by cardboard boxes, shopping carts overflowing with treasures that to others... Read more »

To Have and To Hold: 70 Years and Counting

By any measurement, 70 years married is quite an accomplishment, one which longtime Montebello residents Antonio and Carmen Lopez recently celebrated at a party... Read more »

Cloud Of Uncertainty Over Legalized Pot As Feds End Obama-Era Accommodation

Three days after California businesses began selling marijuana for recreational use, a policy change by the federal government has sparked uncertainty about the... Read more »

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