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Convictions Vacated for Father Facing Deportation

HIGHLAND PARK – A man whose daughter filmed his detention by federal immigration agents will likely avoid deportation due to the Los Angeles City Attorney’s... Read more »

Flex Alert: Heat Wave Prompts Call to Cut Energy

With a heat wave gripping the region, a Flex Alert urging residents to voluntarily conserve electricity to ease demand on the statewide power system was in effect... Read more »

Amending Constitution to Ensure Better Representation Makes Sense for L.A. County and California

Senate Constitutional Amendment 12 is about the Future of California. The laws governing the way counties are structured were written in the 1850s and were left... Read more »

This Father’s Day: Orphans, A Cruel Trump Legacy

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Several Democratic members of Congress asked President Donald Trump last week not to leave any more children of undocumented immigrants orphaned,... Read more »

Man Wounded in Officer-Involved Shooting

A young man was wounded this afternoon in an officer-involved shooting in Montecito Heights and a handgun was recovered at the scene. No officers were injured in... Read more »

Asembleista Jimmy Gómez Reemplazá a Xavier Becerra en Congreso Federal

El hispano Jimmy Gómez obtuvo este martes el 60 % de los votos de las elecciones especiales y ocupará el corul que dejó Xavier Becerra en enero pasado en el Congreso... Read more »

Gomez to Represent 34th in U.S. Congress

Assemblyman Jimmy Gomez will be sworn in as a member of the House of Representatives later this month after defeating public interest attorney and fellow Democrat... Read more »

County Breaks Ground On New Mental Health and Wellness Center

LINCOLN HEIGHTS – Jessie Cho for years suffered from depression, abusing drugs until she finally got help at the Northeast Mental Health Center in Highland Park.... Read more »

Homelessness Jumps in City, County of L.A.

Homelessness in the city of Los Angeles jumped by 20 percent over the last year while the county saw a spike of 23 percent, according to the results of the 2017... Read more »

Atwater – Griffith Park Bridge Moves Forward

A long-planned bridge over the Los Angeles River between Griffith Park and Atwater Village for use by pedestrians, equestrians and bicyclists looks like it may finally... Read more »

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