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The Broad Museum Will Be Free

Philanthropists Eli and Edythe Broad announced Wednesday that the contemporary art museum bearing their names will not charge for admission after it opens in downtown... Read more »

L.A. Forms Olympics Ad Hoc Committee

The Los Angeles City Council agreed Wednesday to form an ad hoc committee to oversee the city’s participation in a bid to host the 2024 Summer Olympics. The Ad... Read more »

MUSD Students Head Back To School

Nearly 65,000 students in the Montebello Unified School District said goodbye to summer and hello to the new school year this week. Students from transitional kindergarten... Read more »

‘Visión Cero’ Espera Disminuir las Fatalidades Peatonales y de Ciclistas

Sentado en un escritorio en medio de una calle en Boyle Heights, el alcalde Eric Garcetti, firmó el lunes una directriz ejecutiva dirigida a reducir las muertes... Read more »

Muy Pocas Personas se Inscriben a los Planes de Bajos Costos de Energía

Más de 300.000 clientes de Southern California Gas ahora son elegibles para tarifas reducidas bajo las nuevas pautas de ingreso para la asistencia, recordó la... Read more »

La Venta de Chatarra Contribuye al Millonario Negocio del Reciclaje

Para muchos inmigrante hispanos en Los Ángeles, ser vendedor de chatarra se ha convertido una forma de supervivencia que les garantiza hasta 200 dólares diarios... Read more »

Angry Residents Decry Handling of Exide Cleanup

Fuming over news that as many as 10,000 homes could be contaminated with lead spewed from the now closed Exide Technologies plant in Vernon, hundreds of people on... Read more »

Río de Los Ángeles: ¿Qué Pasa con el Sureste?

Continúan los arduos esfuerzos para revitalizar el río de Los Ángeles que en algún momento corrió libremente desde Los Ángeles a Long Beach, pero ahora está... Read more »

Brush Fire Damages Montebello Hills

A transient was charged Tuesday with sparking the 378-acre Lincoln Fire in the Montebello Hills area. Arturo Miallan Aguilar, 45, pleaded not guilty in a downtown... Read more »

Exide Tainted Homes Could Be In the Thousands

As many as 10,000 homes near a shuttered battery-recycling plant may be contaminated, state regulators said last week. The announcement by the Department of Toxic... Read more »

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