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April 20, 2017 Issue

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Study Shows High-Salt Diet Decreases Thirst, Increases Hunger

When you eat salty food, you get thirsty and drink water. Right? Maybe in the short-term – but within 24 hours, you actually get less thirsty because your body... Read more »

To Get Out of the Red, City Considers Raising Taxes

MONTEBELLO – With no assets to sell or a voter-approved utility rate increase to generate more money, Montebello officials are now scrambling to figure out... Read more »

Gov. Brown Pardons Deported Veterans

California Gov. Jerry Brown took unprecedented action by pardoning three deported war veterans for crimes committed when they returned to civilian life, bringing... Read more »

It Wouldn’t Be a Holiday Without Friends of Salazar Park Giving Again

Not a holiday goes by without the Friends of Salazar Park (FSPS) senior volunteers reaching out to local needy families to make their celebration just a little more... Read more »

LAPD Policy Calls for Officers to ‘De-escalate’

The Los Angeles Board of Police Commissioners approved new policies Tuesday that call on officers to use more de-escalation techniques before resorting to deadly... Read more »

County Working to Shut Down Illegal Marijuana Dispensaries

Lawyers for Los Angeles County recommended a “surge strategy’’ Tuesday to shut down medical marijuana dispensaries operating illegally in the face of a ban... Read more »

LMU Poll Finds Strong Support for ‘Sanctuary Cities’

More than two-thirds of Los Angeles County residents support the idea of making their hometown a “sanctuary city,” according to a new poll released Monday by... Read more »

Limits on Short-Term Rentals is Reasonable

The City of Los Angeles will have to decide soon whether to limit short-stay rentals, an activity now illegal in some residential areas. According to an article... Read more »

L.A. Area Still Ranks Among Most Polluted

The Los Angeles region achieved its lowest levels ever for unhealthy ozone days and for year-round particle pollution between 2013-15, but it still remains among... Read more »

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