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August 18, 2016

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Students Head Back to School

Many of them might have preferred to be visiting the beach Tuesday, but more than a half-million students instead headed back to class as the 2016-17 school year... Read more »

Pieces of Rock ‘Bridge’ Communities

Some of the rocks were big, others were small, but to the hundreds of people who lined up Saturday in downtown Los Angeles, the only thing that really mattered was... Read more »

Community Calendar: Aug. 18, 2016 – Aug. 24, 2016

Today, Thursday Aug. 18 2pm–POV Film Screening at the Montebello Library. Featured Film is “Flyers in Search of a Dream,” the story of America’s pioneering... Read more »

August 11, 2016

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At Any Other Time … Substance Would Have Outweighed Political Gaffes

If a candidate in a past presidential election had said something that could remotely be interpreted as wanting second amendment/gun possession rights advocates... Read more »

Woman Charged With Grandmother’s Murder

A 24-year-old woman charged with murder in the death of her grandmother in Bell remained jailed this week in lieu of $2 million bail. Sarah Montoya was arrested... Read more »

Center Theatre Group & Latino Theater Company Present Evelina Fernandez’ A Mexican Trilogy

Aug. 16, 17 & 18 6pm–Center Theatre Group & Latino Theater Company Present Evelina Fernandez’ A Mexican Trilogy: Faith, Hope & Charity – Three... Read more »

West Nile Spreading Across L.A. County

West Nile virus is continuing to spread across the Southland, with vector-control officials announcing Monday that the virus was detected for the first time this... Read more »

In California Clean Air Fight, Environmental Justice Takes a Leading Role

Inside Climate News – Southern California has some of the dirtiest air in the country, but it’s a lot more breathable than it used to be. Much of the credit... Read more »

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