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Firefighters Battle Stubborn Fire in Commerce

Dozens of firefighters spent more than an hour battling a stubborn fire at a single-story commercial building in Commerce. Flames burned through the roof of the... Read more »

Exide: From Brownfield to Classroom

East and southeast Los Angeles County area residents could soon be trained to test for environmental damages like those in their own backyard. The Department of... Read more »

Community Calendar: April 28, 2016 – May 4, 2016

Today, Thursday, April 28 10am-12 noon—Free Public Emergency Preparedness Seminar at the Centro Maravilla Service Center in East L.A. Hosted by the L.A. County... Read more »

County Parks Need More Money

Parks in Los Angeles County need more money to pay for everything from better lighting and equipment to more police and recreational programs, according to a needs... Read more »

The Critical 0 to 5 Learning Years

Los Angeles resident and mother Gesele McGlothin enjoys her role as educator to her two children, ages five and one. Spending time talking, reading and singing has... Read more »

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Supreme Court Justices Should Uphold President’s Actions on Immigration

Will the United States Supreme Court decide President Obama was within his right to grant deferred deportation to some persons in the country illegally because the... Read more »

Gov. Brown Signs Legislation to Fund Exide Clean-Up

Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation today providing $176.6 million in funding for environmental testing and cleanup work in neighborhoods surrounding the now-shuttered... Read more »

Write-In Candidate Upends Vernon Election

In an unexpected turn of events, a write-in candidate has beat out a longtime councilman for a seat on the Vernon City Council. Leticia Lopez, 32, made Vernon history... Read more »

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