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L.A. Workers Close to Double Number of Paid Sick Leave

The City Council Tuesday tentatively approved a proposal to require employers in Los Angeles to offer at least six days of paid sick leave to workers — twice the... Read more »

L.A. Budget to Include $138 Million to Address Homelessness

Mayor Eric Garcetti Wednesday unveiled an $8.75 billion spending plan for the 2016-2017 fiscal year, setting aside about $138 million to address homelessness. The... Read more »

Community Calendar: April 21, 2016 – April 27, 2016

Today, Thur., April 21 11am-12pm—Basic Computer Tutoring for Adults at the Montebello Library. Learn basic computer skills? Join the Montebello Library as they... Read more »

UCLA Study Unravels Genetic Evolution of Zika Virus

The Zika virus possesses the ability to mutate rapidly, meaning the current outbreak of the virus has the potential to spread swiftly around the world, according... Read more »

Pot Plants, Firearms Seized in Mt. Washington and Highland Park

More than 1,300 marijuana plants and a cache of firearms and ammunition were seized and two brothers arrested this morning when Los Angeles police served warrants... Read more »

State Court Panel Upholds Teacher Tenure

In a major victory for teachers’ unions, a state appeals court panel today overturned a Los Angeles judge’s ruling that struck down California’s laws granting... Read more »

Hombres Acusados de Matar a Dos Jóvenes Se Declaran Inocentes

Dos hombres acusados en el asesinato de dos jóvenes en el parque regional Ernest E. Debs en Montecito Heights se declararon no culpables de un cargo de asesinato. José... Read more »

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Proyecto Jardin Out: Gardeners Can Stay

Ignoring the plea of a grassroots organization over its management of a community garden, the White Memorial Medical Center has announced it will partner with the... Read more »

City of L.A. Seeking ‘Ideas’ to Revitalize Lincoln Heights Jail

Hoping to breathe new life into a favorite canvass of taggers and graffiti vandals, city planners are reaching out to “potential development partners” to gauge... Read more »

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