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April 10, 2014 Issue

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Owner Says Plans For Sears Tower Landmark Still In the Early Stage

Twenty-two years after first being sold and more than one redevelopment project being abandoned, the new owners of the Sears Tower in Boyle Heights say they have... Read more »

D.A. and Rotary Club Team Up to Stop Scams Targeting Seniors

Los Angeles County District Attorney Jackie Lacey Monday announced a campaign aimed at protecting seniors from financials scams, pointing to an example within her... Read more »

L.A. Overhauls Trash Pick-Up at Apartments, Businesses

The Los Angeles City Council Tuesday approved a transformation in the way trash is picked up from businesses, apartments and condominiums, backing a franchise system... Read more »

Parents Accused of Abducting Their Children Plead Not Guilty

A couple who allegedly abducted their four children from their custodial grandmother in Boyle Heights and later surrendered to authorities at the Otay Mesa border... Read more »

“Falta de Información” Detiene a Inmigrantes Indocumentados Elegibles de Comenzar su Proceso de DACA

Cynthia Tejeda se encontraba nerviosa y ansiosa mientras esperaba en línea en el Consulado Mexicano de Los Ángeles para hablar con un abogado de inmigración. Originaria... Read more »

April 3, 2014 Issue

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Job Seekers to Descend on Dodger Stadium Saturday

Employers from a variety of industries will be accepting job applications and resumes Saturday at the 19th Annual Community Job Fair at Dodger Stadium. The event... Read more »

March 27, 2014 Issue

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Founder of L.A.’s ProAmerica Bank Confirmed as Head of SBA

The granddaughter of a migrant worker and founder of a Los Angeles bank was confirmed by the U.S. Senate Thursday to head the Small Business Administration. Maria... Read more »

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