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LAPD Adds Electric Cars To Fleet

The Los Angeles Police Department has added 100 BMW i3 electrical vehicles to its fleet, Mayor Eric Garcetti and Police Chief Charlie Beck announced Wednesday. The... Read more »

Parents Push Education Agenda as Crime Scene Unfolds

A group of Spanish-speaking mothers were waiting outside the Highland Park Ebel Club on Avenue 57 last week to meet with their local school district board member... Read more »

Helen Chavez, Wife of UFW Leader, Dies at Age 88

Helen Fabela Chavez, widow of farm labor and civil rights leader Cesar Chavez passed away June 6 of natural causes. She was 88. While often described as “quiet... Read more »

L.A. County Voter Turnout Nearly Doubles

Voter turnout in Los Angeles County for Tuesday’s primary was nearly double that of 2012, contributing to a laborious and lengthy process of tallying ballots,... Read more »

California Set to Be First State to Allow Undocumented Residents to Buy Health Coverage on Online Marketplace

New America Media – As early as next year, undocumented immigrants will be able to buy health insurance on Covered California, the state’s online marketplace.... Read more »

Tanaka Faces Five Year Prison Sentence

Prosecutors are seeking a five-year prison term for the former second-in-command of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, who was dubbed the “ringleader”... Read more »

We Deserve More than Shameful Shenanigans from Trump

Now that Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are the presumptive nominees of their respective parties, it’s time for Republican Trump to tell American voters in detail... Read more »

June 7, 2016 Primary Election Preliminary Results

United States President Democratic Party Hillary Clinton    1,940,773 (55.8%) Bernie Sanders     1,502,187 (43.2%) Republican Party Donald Trump    1,175,270... Read more »

Tech Companies Need to Stop Bankrolling Hate

It’s common for major corporations to sponsor political conventions to buy favor with political parties. But what about when the convention nominates a presidential... Read more »

County Debates Cutting Phone Fees for Inmates

Los Angeles County jail inmates appear poised to receive a cut in some charges on their phone bill, though not big enough to dent the county’s $15 million annual... Read more »

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