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Slain Mayor’s Wife Facing Voluntary Manslaughter Charge

After nearly seven months of hearing no new information about the fatal shooting of former Bell Gardens Mayor Daniel Crespo, news that his wife has been charged... Read more »

Mujeres Comparten Experiencias de Sus Hijos con Autismo

Hace tres años, cuando EGP entrevistó por primera vez a Josefina Nieves, ella estaba abrumada por la preocupación acerca del futuro de su hijo autista quien estaba... Read more »

Let’s Clean Up the Place

You don’t have to tell most Angelenos that the city of Los Angeles is getting dirtier and dirtier; they can see it every time they step outside. The trash that... Read more »

Hispanic Exit Polls Fall Short

The late Washington Post prize-winning reporter David Broder shook up the political world 35 years ago with his book Changing of the Guard: Power and Leadership... Read more »

Esposa de Alcalde de Bell Gardens Asesinado es Acusada de Homicidio Voluntario

Después de casi siete meses de no escuchar más información sobre el asesinato del ex alcalde de Bell Gardens Daniel Crespo, algunos residentes se sorprendieron... Read more »

Debt Forgiveness: End the Student Loan Industrial Complex

On April 15th, the Department of Education stated it is “working on a process to help federal student loan borrowers submit a defense to repayment of their federal... Read more »

‘YouthBuild’ Rally for Success

More than 100 teens and young adults marched downtown Tuesday in support of an organization that trains low-income youth to build affordable housing, community centers... Read more »

Report: CA Should Ramp Up Greenhouse Gas Reductions

If California takes the most aggressive approach to reducing greenhouse-gas emissions, it’ll be rewarded with 1 million new jobs and a 6 percent jump in economic... Read more »

Schurr High Student Wins National Poetry Award

A Montebello high school student has joined an elite group of poets from across the country, wining national recognition in a contest that drew over 300,000 entries. Roberto... Read more »

Many Who Qualify for ‘Food Stamps’ Not Applying

You may qualify for “CalFresh” – food stamps – and not even know it. About 41 percent of eligible people don’t participate in the anti-hunger drive,... Read more »

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