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Wells Fargo Fraud Is Stark Reminder of Need for Tougher Rules

The scandal surrounding Wells Fargo Bank’s glaring unethical behavior towards its customers is only one of too many scandals involving corporate bad behavior. It... Read more »

Community Calendar: Sept. 22, 2016 – Sept. 28, 2016

Today, Sept. 22 6-8pm–Analysis of the Costs and Benefits Informational Meeting for the State Route 710 North Study Alternatives at the Pasadena Convention Center,... Read more »

Study: Alzheimer Among Latinos Expected to Grow

Barring a medical breakthrough, the incidence and cost of Alzheimer’s disease on U.S. Latinos will grow exponentially by 2060, according to a report released Wednesday... Read more »

Gov. Signs Bill to Cut ‘Super Pollutants’

At a Long Beach ceremony, Gov. Jerry Brown Monday signed into law a bill imposing what he called the nation’s toughest restrictions on “super pollutants” such... Read more »

NFL Review: Week 2

LOS ANGELES (CNS) – Greg Zuerlein kicked three field goals to give the Los Angeles Rams a 9-3 victory Sunday over the Seattle Seahawks in the first NFL regular-season... Read more »

Officials Discuss FPPC Fines, Apologize

COMMERCE – Two City of Commerce council members apologized to residents Tuesday for campaign and conflict of interest violations that resulted in them having to... Read more »

Newly Covered By Medi-Cal, Undocumented Children Also Seek Dental Care

Eight-year-old Erika Andalon recently started treatment for six cavities at an AltaMed dental clinic in eastern Los Angeles near her home. She hadn’t been to a... Read more »

LAUSD Adopts Later School Start

Classes will begin one week later in the Los Angeles Unified School District next year, then begin another week later the following year under a plan approved Tuesday... Read more »

Working Toward Victory

Hoping to make an impressive showing at the 2017 Academic Decathalon, students from Roosevelt High School spent last Saturday honing their knowledge of World War... Read more »

Oficiales de Commerce se Disculpan Con Residentes y Discuten Multas

Dos miembros del Consejo de la Ciudad de Commerce le pidieron perdón a los residentes de la ciudad en una reunión el martes, por violar leyes de conflictos de... Read more »

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