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Tanaka Convicted in Sheriff’s Dept. Corruption Case

The former second-in-command of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department was convicted Wednesday of obstructing a federal probe of misconduct in the county... Read more »

County Moves Forward On Water Conservation Plan

The Board of Supervisors moved forward Tuesday on two plans aimed at increasing local water supplies in a time of sustained drought and pressure from federal regulators. Supervisor... Read more »

Property Tax Deadline April 11

The last day to pay the second installment of the 2015-2016 property taxes without incurring penalties is April 11, Los Angeles County Treasurer and Tax Collector... Read more »

County Approves Art Grants

The Board of Supervisors Tuesday approved $500,000 in arts grants for organizations focused on delivering mental health, disability, environmental, homeless, immigrants... Read more »

Many Californians Say Health Insurance Cost Too High

New America Media – Two-thirds of Californians who did not have health insurance in 2014 were actually eligible for coverage, but many did not enroll because of... Read more »

L.A. Libraries: 500 Years of Latino American History

A free series of screenings and discussions celebrating Southern California’s contemporary Latino history is being held at Los Angeles area libraries as part of... Read more »

‘Notario Publico’ Sued for False Advertising

The State Bar Tuesday sued a business that caters to Salvadoran immigrants, alleging its advertising falsely suggests that clients can obtain legal services even... Read more »

Community Calendar: April 7, 2016 – April 13, 2016

Today, Thur., April 7 5-6:30pm- Teen Volunteer Board at East Los Angeles Library. Join the teen volunteer board to earn high school and college credit. Library located... Read more »

Gov. Brown Signs Legislation to Raise Minimum Wage in California

In front of a boisterous downtown Los Angeles crowd of legislater, union leaders and workers who have been fighting for increased salaries, Gov. Jerry Brown signed... Read more »

California Elevará el Salario Mínimo a 15 Dólares por Hora

El gobernador de California, Jerry Brown, anunció el lunes un acuerdo alcanzado entre los legisladores y los sindicatos para elevar el salario mínimo de este estado... Read more »

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