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January 26, 2017 Issue

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Community Calendar: Jan. 26, 2017-Feb. 1, 2017

Thursday, Jan. 26 3-5pm & 6-8pm–Metro Community Meetings on Segment A of the Active Transportation Rail to River Corridor Project: a walking & biking path... Read more »

Becerra to be Sworn In as State Atty. Gen. Tuesday

The state Senate today confirmed Rep. Xavier Becerra, D-Los Angeles, as California’s new attorney general. Becerra will be sworn in Tuesday by Gov. Jerry Brown... Read more »

Thousands ‘Unite’ In Passionate, But Peaceful Inauguration Day Protests

Several thousand protesters converged on City Hall today to voice their outrage over the inauguration of President Donald Trump. Two different groups — one starting... Read more »

Western Union to Forfeit $586 Million For Fraud, Money Laundering

The Western Union Co. has agreed to forfeit $586 million and admitted to crimes in connection with money laundering and fraud schemes, in an agreement announced... Read more »

Teachers’ Union to Take ‘Quality Education’ Message to Local Schools Thursday

With the inauguration of Donald Trump looming, the union representing teachers in the Los Angeles Unified School District will sponsor pre-class gatherings at hundreds... Read more »

Exide: After Long Delay, State Moves to Speed Cleaning of Homes With Highest Levels of Lead

State environmental regulators issued guidelines Thursday that will allow expedited cleanups of high-risk homes near the shuttered Exide Technologies battery-recycling... Read more »

New State Law Makes it Tougher to Seize a Suspect’s Assets

For nearly two decades, law enforcement agencies across the state have been supplementing their budgets by seizing cars, jewelry and other property when they make... Read more »

South Gate Shooting Was Gang Related, Says Sheriff

A man was in “extremely critical condition” Wednesday as a result of what sheriff’s investigators say was a gang-related shooting in South Gate. The violence... Read more »

Ride Metro for Free New Year’s Eve

LOS ANGELES – Metro will again be offering free fares on its rail and bus lines for New Year’s Eve. The fare gates at all Metro Rail stations will be unlatched... Read more »

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