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Gun Control Shouldn’t Be This Hard

Before the gun lobby or its sycophants in Congress bring out their usual talking points for why we can’t ever have common sense gun reform, I’d like to shoot... Read more »

Schurr Runs Past Santa Ana Valley, Earns Long Ride to Santa Maria

Schurr High School will have a long bus ride Friday as the top-seeded Spartans travel to Santa Maria for a CIF Southern Section Division 12 quarterfinal. The 10-1... Read more »

An Important Step Toward More Housing

Last week, something really important happened at the Los Angeles City Planning Commission (CPC). The Commissioners took a big step towards increasing our ability... Read more »

Community Groups, Religious Leaders Urge Supervisors to Limit Where ‘Payday Lenders’ Can Open

A coalition of community-based organizations and religious leaders on Tuesday urged the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors to do more to regulate “predatory”... Read more »

Art Students’ Transportation ‘Visions’ to be Honored at Measure M Gala

A group of student artists whose work captures their vision for transportation in the future will be honored Saturday at a gala event marking the one year anniversary... Read more »

Judge Blocks DOJ Policy Cutting Funds to ‘Sanctuary Cities’

A federal judge in Philadelphia issued a preliminary injunction Wednesday blocking a federal government attempt to withhold law-enforcement money from so-called... Read more »

Have You Seen This Woman Who Went Missing In October?

Authorities on Tuesday sought the public’s help in locating a 65-year-old woman last seen weeks ago when she left her Pico Rivera home. Virginia Susana Enriquez Virginia... Read more »

Jury Must Now Decide On Death Penalty for Man Convicted of Torture Death of Gabriel Fernandez

A Palmdale man was convicted Wednesday of the torture-killing of his girlfriend’s 8-year-old son, whose short life and agonizing death also led to a murder charge... Read more »

New Bike Hub Opened at Union Station

A Metro bike hub opened Wednesday at Los Angeles Union Station, offering secure bike storage, rentals, repairs and classes in an effort to encourage more cyclists... Read more »

Sup. Hahn Proposes Plan to Inspect Massage Parlors for Human Trafficking

Supervisor Janice Hahn previewed a proposal Tuesday to have massage parlors routinely inspected by health officials looking for signs of human trafficking. “Human... Read more »

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