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Feuer Goes After Carl’s Jr. for Wage Theft

Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer announced Monday that he is taking legal action against the Carl’s Jr. fast-food chain for alleged wage theft. The company... Read more »

Social Gathering Connects Residents to City

VERNON – Summer was in full swing last week at the Vernon Village Park Apartments, where residents enjoyed a variety of fun activities and food, courtesy of... Read more »

CDPH Releases Annual End of Life Option Act Report

SACRAMENTO  – From June 9 to Dec, 31, 2016, 191 individuals received aid-in-dying drugs under the End of Life Option Act, and 111 people died following ingestion... Read more »

GOP Health Care Bill Will Harm County, Say Supes

Four of the five members of the Board of Supervisors said Tuesday that the pending Senate bill to repeal Obamacare would be a damaging step backward for Los Angeles... Read more »

Lots Of Boos In California For Senate Health Bill

California politicians, medical providers and consumer advocates served up harsh critiques of the newly unveiled Senate health care bill Thursday, arguing that the... Read more »

Flex Alert: Heat Wave Prompts Call to Cut Energy

With a heat wave gripping the region, a Flex Alert urging residents to voluntarily conserve electricity to ease demand on the statewide power system was in effect... Read more »

Amending Constitution to Ensure Better Representation Makes Sense for L.A. County and California

Senate Constitutional Amendment 12 is about the Future of California. The laws governing the way counties are structured were written in the 1850s and were left... Read more »

Vernon Welcomes New Police Chief

A familiar face in Southeast Los Angeles County will serve as Vernon’s new police chief, the city has announced. Anthony Miranda, a former Bell acting chief of... Read more »

Door-to-Door Exide Campaign Kicks Off Saturday

Los Angeles County health officials and volunteers will be going door-to-door Saturday, visiting thousands of homes near the former Exide battery-recycling plant... Read more »

Metro Board Redirects $700 Million Away From 710 Freeway Tunnel

In a move that could effectively kill the Long Beach (710) Freeway tunnel extension between Alhambra and Pasadena, the Metro Board of Directors voted Thursday to... Read more »

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