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Taking Place This Week

From a 2-day Latin Jazz Festival to a workshop on Alzheimer research, here’s a look at the week ahead. Los Coyotes – (led by Cesar Rosas and David Hidlago... Read more »

State’s Plan For Exide Cleanup Continues to Draw Protests

The plan developed by state regulators to clean up the massive contamination left behind by a now defunct battery recycler in Vernon will leave too many people in... Read more »

UC Sues Trump Administration Over DACA Repeal

The University of California on Friday filed a federal lawsuit against the Trump administration for allegedly violating the constitutional rights of the college... Read more »

Resolution Seeks to Officially Declare Los Angeles a ‘City of Sanctuary’

Two City Council members introduced a resolution today seeking to brand Los Angeles a “city of sanctuary” dedicated to “protecting the human rights of all... Read more »

Vernon Checkpoint Nets 5 Arrests

A DUI/Drivers License Checkpoint conducted in the city of Vernon resulted in 5 arrests, according to the Vernon Police Department. Officers with the police department’s... Read more »

Trump Rescinds DACA: 800,000 Recipients at Risk

Southland Democratic leaders and immigrant advocates lashed out harshly today at the Trump Administration decision to phase out the Deferred Action for Childhood... Read more »

With Trump Action Expected Soon, Hundreds Rally In L.A. To Support DACA

Hundreds of activists and immigrants gathered in downtown Los Angeles today to rally in support of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which could... Read more »

Cal ISO Extends Flex Alert: Cut Back on Electricity

The California Independent System Operator, which manages the state’s power grid, issued a statewide Flex Alert that will be in effect from 1 to 10 p.m. tomorrow,... Read more »

Groups Mobilize to Save DACA

A coalition of civil rights groups today began a weeklong series of local events in support of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, which may... Read more »

EGP Community Calendar: Where to Go and What to Do

From baseball to Shakespeare, music to dance, from politics to recycling, there’s a lot going on this week and EGP’s Community Calendar can help you... Read more »

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