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Students, Parents: Rate LAUSD Schools

Parents, students and school staff will be rating the Los Angeles Unified School District through a new a new poll that will help evaluate the quality of their school.  The... Read more »

LA Zoo Contest to Name Baby Kangaroo Kicks Off

 There’s a new baby kangaroo at the Los Angeles Zoo, and visitors have a chance to name it, zoo officials said Wednesday. Visitors to the zoo between now and... Read more »

Montebello PD Search for Suspect of Attempted Assault

Police  circulated an image of a man Friday, suspected of trying to sexually assault a female he met at a bus stop in Montebello. The victim was waiting for a... Read more »

BREAKING: Governor, State Officials Announce Drought-Relief Legislation

In the face of a continuing drought, Gov. Jerry Brown and legislative leaders introduced emergency drought legislation Thursday aimed at expediting $1 billion in... Read more »

Montebello PD Goes After Outstanding Warrants

 Dozens of Montebello Police officers hit the streets last week in search of high risk DUI offenders with outstanding warrants.  Officers served warrants and arrested... Read more »

Ex-South Gate Official Re-Sentenced to Time Served

A former treasurer for the city of South Gate, who was sentenced to 10 years in prison in 2006 for illegal conduct involving city contracts, was re-sentenced Monday... Read more »

LAPD Officer Charged with Smuggling

A Los Angeles police officer and a woman who was with him when they were stopped at a U.S.-Mexico border crossing, allegedly with a 26-year-old Mexican man hiding... Read more »

Metro to Review CEO Candidates

The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority board will hold a closed-door meeting today to consider candidates to become the agency’s next CEO. CEO... Read more »

Teen Struck by Car in Boyle Heights

A 13-year-old boy was fatally injured by a vehicle in Boyle Heights, authorities said Tuesday. Chris Rodriguez of Los Angeles died about 11:45 p.m. Monday of injuries... Read more »

Garcetti Files Paperwork for Re-election

Having shunned a chance to run for U.S. Senate, Mayor Eric Garcetti has quietly filed paperwork to seek re-election in 2017. Garcetti filed re-election paperwork... Read more »

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