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Study: Hispanics Immigrant Children Less Likely to Have Bad Experiences

A new study of national survey information gathered on more than 12,000 Hispanic children from immigrant and U.S.-native families found that although they experience... Read more »

Suspect In 2002 Murder of Brenda Sierra Found Dead In Mexico

A man who had been named as the fifth suspect in the 2002 abduction-murder of an East Los Angeles teenager was found dead in Mexico, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s... Read more »

No Warrant? No Access: County Bars ICE Agents From ‘Sensitive’ Locations

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to bar access to non-public areas of county properties — including hospitals, libraries and social services... Read more »

2 Senators Reach Deal On A Health Law Fix, But Bringing Congress Along Is Tricky

After nearly two months of negotiations, key senators said Tuesday they have reached a bipartisan deal on a proposal intended to stabilize the Affordable Care Act’s... Read more »

Sups Aumentan Tratamiento para Personas con Enfermedades Mentales

La Junta de Supervisores del Condado de Los Ángeles votó el martes para ampliar el tratamiento para las personas que sufren de enfermedades mentales, pero no llegó... Read more »

Calif. Delegation Meets With Dreamers

California members of Congress were in Los Angeles Wednesday where they held a roundtable discussion with young immigrants currently protected from deportation under... Read more »

Votantes de Montebello Enfrentan Decisión Sobre Aumento de Ventas

Los residentes no registrados de Montebello tienen hasta el 23 de octubre para registrarse para votar en las elecciones especiales de la ciudad el 7 de noviembre,... Read more »

Wachdog Report: Sheriff Dept. Aiding ICE More Than It Lets On

While Los Angeles County Sheriff Jim McDonnell assured the public that his department had scaled back its cooperation with federal immigration agents, ICE agents... Read more »

Comic Book Invasion Returns to Commerce on Saturday

Superhero lovers and cosplayers will descend on Commerce this Saturday for the latest installment of the “Comic Book Invasion,” a free, open to the public event... Read more »

From ‘Fresco’ Food Tasting to An Evening With Wonder Woman, There’s A Lot to Do

The week ahead is filled with activities for the entire family that won’t break the back, can help you stay informed about your community, get healthy, do... Read more »

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