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Holidays In Full Swing With Parades and Tree Lightings

Whether you’re looking for civic involvement through community meetings or just plain fun, there’s a lot going on this week. December 1st  is World... Read more »

Real Climate Leadership Starts With California’s Most Impacted Communities

Governor Brown is currently in Europe promoting California’s climate policies at the United Nations Climate Conference. Experts from across the globe are weighing... Read more »

Homeless Man Charged With Attacks In Hollywood

A transient who allegedly stabbed a man and woman and attacked two hotel employees in Hollywood last week was behind bars Wednesday on attempted murder and other... Read more »

LADWP Transfers $250M to City Coffers

A controversial annual transfer of hundreds of millions of dollars from the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power to the city’s general fund was unanimously... Read more »

L.A. County Has Highest and Lowest Levels of Wealth In U.S.

A report released Wednesday shows that some groups of Los Angeles County residents boast the highest levels of well-being in the United States, while others have... Read more »

Bocanegra Resigns Assembly Seat

San Fernando Valley Assemblyman Raul Bocanegra, who previously announced he would not seek reelection in response to sexual harassment allegations against him, said... Read more »

Lyft, Uber, Bus? There Could Soon be Third Ride Share Choice In Town

Metro announced Monday that it is pursuing a partnership with Via, a ride sharing company, to offer discounted rides to and from three of its key stations in an... Read more »

L.A. Doctors Commit to Care for Patients Not Legally Present

Doctors in Los Angeles recently advised the public that county hospitals are sanctuaries for immigrants without legal status, where they will be protected, and urged... Read more »

A Message from EGP: Thanks for the Memories

From the EGP family to all of you, our wishes for a very Happy Thanksgiving. Though it may not always seem like it, like most of you we have much for which we should... Read more »

L.A. Moving In on Marijuana Sale Rules

A Los Angeles City Council committee approved several proposed ordinances and regulations for the cannabis industry Monday in an effort to have all of the city’s... Read more »

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