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Bodies of Missing Teens Recovered In L.A. River

The coroner’s office confirmed Monday morning two bodies recovered from the Los Angeles River near Cypress Park were those of the teenage boys who went missing... Read more »

Del 0 al 5 Son Los Años Críticos de Aprendizaje

La residente de Los Ángeles y madre de familia Gesele McGlothin disfruta su papel como educadora de sus dos hijos, de cinco y un año de edad. Al pasar el tiempo... Read more »

Highland Park Center Receives $50,000 Grant

The Optimist Youth Homes and Family Services Center in Highland Park announced a $50,000 grant from the S. Mark Taper Foundation to support their mission to educate... Read more »

The Broad Announces New Ticketing System

Getting into The Broad contemporary art museum in downtown Los Angeles may be free, but reserving a time to visit hasn’t been easy thanks to overwhelming demand... Read more »

Sups. to Re-Evaluate Anti-Gang Tactics

The Board of Supervisors Tuesday directed county staffers to re-evaluate anti-gang tactics employed over the last two decades under a partnership with the Los Angeles... Read more »

Los Angeles’ 2024 Olympic Bid Getting Support in Capitol

The city’s effort to host the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games got a boost on Capitol Hill Wednesday thanks to a bipartisan resolution supporting the effort. Mayor... Read more »

Dodger’s New Pitcher Off to Sensational Start

Rookie sensation from Japan, Kenta Maeda with a (3-0) start, lowered his league-leading ERA to 0.36. Even though he has six seasons as a pro in Japan, he is a rookie... Read more »

Teens to Get Free YMCA Summer Pass

Teens will get in for free at YMCAs throughout Los Angeles County this summer, it was announced Monday. The “Get Summer” program offers free memberships to teens... Read more »

Youth Group Call for ‘Jobs Not Jail’ Spending

About 200 young adults rallied outside the Board of Supervisors meeting Tuesday, hoping to convince the county to support a youth jobs and development program. Waving... Read more »

Reyes Honored With Lummis’ ‘Noicemaker Award’

Former Los Angeles councilman Ed Reyes was honored by the Lummis Day Community Foundation at the groups’ annual awards dinner earlier this month at the 104-year-old... Read more »

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