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Supervisors Consider Using $25M Wells Fargo Settlement to Investigate Other Consumer Protection Violations

Los Angeles County officials are considering how to spend $25 million in legal penalties levied on Wells Fargo, with some proposing Tuesday, Nov. 22 that a new litigation... Read more »

L.A. Council Restricts ‘Car Living’ Near Homes, Schools, Parks

The Los Angeles City Council gave final approval Tuesday to an ordinance barring people from living in cars near homes, parks, schools and daycare facilities. Under... Read more »

Can California’s Taxpayers Be Thankful for 2016?

If taxpayers focus on the results of the recent election, there may not seem to be much to celebrate. While the rest of America took a big step toward fiscal sanity,... Read more »

State Senate’s Health Chairman Vows To Defend California Coverage Gains

A key state health care figure vowed Thursday to defend the coverage gains California has seen under the Affordable Care Act in the face of widely expected efforts... Read more »

5 People Injured When Test Drive Goes Awry

A half-dozen people, five of them pedestrians, were hurt Monday when an electric vehicle on a test drive struck a cement planter and sent debris flying near the... Read more »

Ex-Highland Park Coach Pleads ‘No Contest’ to Child Sex Charges

A former volunteer football coach at a Highland Park high school pleaded no contest last week to sex-related charges involving five boys. Jaime Jimenez, 48, of Los... Read more »

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For Trump, It’s Time for “NAFTA 2.0”

New America Media – On September 6, 2001 Mexican president Vicente Fox addressed a joint session of Congress in the nation’s capital. George W. Bush promised... Read more »

Lincoln Heights Volunteer Recognized by L.A. Rams

A longtime St. Vincent de Paul volunteer has been recognized by the Los Angeles Rams for her leadership, dedication and a commitment to improving Los Angeles. Claire... Read more »

‘Racial Profiling’ Happens, But Not Rampant, Says L.A. Police Chief

Addressing critics who say racial profiling is still a significant problem for the police department, Chief Charlie Beck said Tuesday that while he believes bias... Read more »

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