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Carrillo, López Appear Headed to Runoff in 51st Assembly Race

The ballot numbers are not yet official, but it appeared Wednesday that community activist Wendy Carrillo and nonprofit healthcare director Luis López, both Democrats,... Read more »

Trump no deja atrás polémica en su viaje a P.Rico para ver daños del huracán

San Juan, P. Rico–El presidente, Donald Trump, no pudo dejar el martes atrás la polémica en su viaje a Puerto Rico, donde fue testigo de la devastación causada... Read more »

Trump Silent on Gun Control During Las Vegas Visit

President Donald Trump on Wednesday concluded his visit to Las Vegas, Nevada, where 58 people were killed Sunday and more than 500 were wounded by a heavily armed... Read more »

Feds Give Calif. Poor Marks On Monitoring Foster Children

The federal government has given California bad marks on monitoring the well-being of children in foster care. State officials were slow to investigate complaints... Read more »

L.A. to Explore Tech Approach To Hire Police

With nearly half of the city’s non-sworn employees expected to reach retirement age by 2018, two Los Angeles City Council members Tuesday sought ways to reduce... Read more »

Festival Anual de Jazz Latino Vuelve al Parque Sycamore Grove

En su cuarta edición anual, el Latin Jazz and Music Festival (Festival de Jazz y Música Latina) vuelve al Parque Sycamore Grove en el noreste de Los Angeles, ofreciendo... Read more »

Rescuers Work Without Rest In Mexico

Rescue workers continue to work around the clock without rest in search of people who may still be alive under the rubble of dozens of buildings collapsed by Tuesday’s... Read more »

School Board Chief Steps Aside

One week after being charged with perjury and other felonies for allegedly funneling $25,000 of his own money into his campaign by listing phony donors on a disclosure... Read more »

Taking Place This Week

From a 2-day Latin Jazz Festival to a workshop on Alzheimer research, here’s a look at the week ahead. Los Coyotes – (led by Cesar Rosas and David Hidlago... Read more »

LAUSD to Pay $150 M to Resolve Lawsuit

The Los Angeles Unified School District will pay more than $150 million to 50 schools in primarily low-income areas to resolve a lawsuit accusing the district of... Read more »

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