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Commerce Invests in ‘College Going Culture’

From homework help to college fairs to scholarships, promoting college attendance is something Commerce takes very seriously. Creating a “college going” atmosphere... Read more »

Domestic Incident Leads to Arrest in Commerce

A man who allegedly stabbed the boyfriend of his ex-girlfriend, was arrested Monday in Commerce. The attack took place on Sunday in East Los Angeles, Sheriff Lt.... Read more »

LAC+USC Medical Center Draft EIR Public Meeting Saturday

The draft environmental report on a proposed redevelopment near County USC hospital is available for review, Los Angeles County officials have announced. The County... Read more »

Monterey Park Holds Open House

A Monterey Park resident receives a calendar of library events at the open house event at City Hall Saturday. (EGP photo by Nancy Martinez) Monterey Park City Hall... Read more »

L.A. Fire Dept. Reforms Hiring Policy

Los Angeles Fire Department personnel who have friends or family seeking a firefighter job are disqualified from participating in the recruitment process, under... Read more »

Officer Involved Shooting in Boyle Heights

On Wednesday At 5:27 p.m. police responded to a radio call of a man with a gun at Marengo Street and North State Street. When the man was found, an officer involved... Read more »

Fatal Hit and Run in Highland Park

A 57-year-old woman was killed in a hit-and-run accident while crossing a street in a marked crosswalk in the Mount Washington area, police said on Monday. The accident... Read more »

Man Burned in Boyle Heights Explosion

A worker delivering propane to an industrial customer in Boyle Heights Tuesday was critically burned in a “flashover” explosion. Paramedics sent to Ekco Metals... Read more »

Man Shot in El Sereno, LAPD Seek Shooter

 Authorities sought the public’s help in their effort to determine who killed a 21-year-old man in the El Sereno section of Los Angeles last weekend. Raul Sanchez,... Read more »

Some Good News,Some Troubling News for Latinos

There’s some good news for Latinos at the start of National Latino Heritage Month. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the U.S. posted its first decrease in poverty... Read more »

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