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Angelenos to Join First Lady for State of the Union Address

A teacher, a construction worker, a police captain and the creator of a prison education program — all hailing from the Los Angeles area — are among 22 people... Read more »

Lawsuit Seeks Bell Gardens Police Report in Crespo Shooting

A judge on Jan. 28 is expected to decide whether the attorney for the mother of Bell Gardens Mayor Daniel Crespo, whose wife is accused of fatally shooting him at... Read more »

Montebello Police Seek Attempted Kidnapping Suspects

Police are hoping a composite drawing will lead them to one of two men suspected of trying to kidnap a Montebello woman Monday. The attack occurred at around 9 a.m.... Read more »

Burglars Target Monterey Park Neighborhood

Monterey Park police are asking for the public’s help in identifying two suspects captured on camera committing a residential burglary. The alleged crime occurred... Read more »

Estatua es Restaurada Después de Años de Abandono

Fue a mediados de los años 1800s cuando Florence Nightingale trabajó incansablemente para organizar y capacitar a enfermeras para cuidar a los soldados ingleses... Read more »

Bell Gardens Aún Tiene que Abordar las Tarifas de Agua

Aunque no remediará el problema, un nuevo contrato de servicio aprobado el lunes por el Consejo de la Ciudad de Bell Gardens se espera pueda mejorar la operación... Read more »

Delincuencia en Los Ángeles Aumenta por Primera Vez Desde el 2003

El alcalde de Los Ángeles, Eric Garcetti, y el jefe de la Policía de Los Ángeles, Charlie Beck, analizaron el lunes los datos del 2014 sobre seguridad y lucha... Read more »

Monterey Park Announces Online Budget Analysis Tool

Financial data for the City of Monterey Park can now be accessed and analyzed using a new web based tool, the city has announced. The new program not only allows... Read more »

Get SCAQMD Air Alerts Via Email

The South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) is urging southlanders to sign up to receive the agency’s residential no-burn and other air quality alerts... Read more »

Supervisors Put Attention on Human Trafficking

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors declared January “National Human Trafficking Month” Tuesday to mark three years of fighting to protect victims of... Read more »

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