February 23, 2017 by · 1 Comment 

Candidates Discuss Northeast L.A. Issues

The crowd at a city council candidate forum Monday in Lincoln Heights was a little more restrained than during a similar forum last week in Glassell Park, even though... Read more »

Two Separate Gold Line Train vs. Car Crashes on Same Day

A pair of train-vehicle collisions five hours apart on the Metro Gold Line in Highland Park Wednesday resulted in at least one injury. The first crash happened about... Read more »

Ex-Fugitive Pleads Not Guilty in Hate Crime Murder Case

A Latino gang member from Highland Park, who spent more than 15 years on the run in connection with a racially motivated murder, pleaded not guilty Tuesday to federal... Read more »

Glassell Park Street Project Slows Traffic

Motorists, bicyclists and school kids should all have a safer-but-slower way of getting places with the completion of a major street project by the City of Los Angeles... Read more »

Trump’s Watered-Down Ethics Rules Let a Lobbyist Help Run an Agency He Lobbied

Geoff Burr spent much of the last decade as the chief lobbyist for a powerful construction industry trade group. Burr sought to influence a host of regulations of... Read more »

Cross-Border Protests Decry Trump’s Immigration Policies

Tens of thousands of people in Mexico called for unity and symbolically toppled the wall President Donald Trump wants to build along the U.S.-Mexico border during... Read more »

Community Calendar: Feb. 16, 2017-Feb.22, 2017

Friday, Feb. 17 10am-3pm–Photography Exhibition: Breaking the Color Line and Beyond-African Americans in Sports and Entertainment at Tranquilo Gallery at Olvera... Read more »

Homeless Could Pay for Parking Violations with Community Service

The Los Angeles City Council Tuesday approved the creation of a pilot program that will allow homeless people who receive parking citations to perform community... Read more »

With Ballot Initiative, Los Angeles Looks Toward Ending Homelessness

While Los Angeles is home to the nation’s largest homeless population, L.A. County has responded with a broad spectrum of programs to match. The scope of the problem... Read more »

Immigrants: A $232 Billion Boost to Local Economy

Immigrants contribute significantly to the economies of the city and county of Los Angeles, according to a study released Feb. 8. The report from the New American... Read more »

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