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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 »

MUSD Postpones Decision on Layoffs

Over 300 Montebello Unified School District jobs on the chopping block were saved at least for now as district officials try to come up with a plan to make up a... Read more »

Judge OK’s Ex-Mayor’s Wife’s Plea Deal in Husband’s Killing

A judge today sentenced the wife of slain Bell Gardens Mayor Daniel Crespo to three months in county jail and five years of formal probation for shooting him in... Read more »

Commerce Swim Coach Charged With Assaulting Young Girl

A Commerce swimming coach was arrested and charged today with sexually assaulting a 7-year old girl multiple times at the city’s popular aquatic center. Steven... Read more »

Anti-Illegal Immigration Groups Vilify County Officials for Backing DAPA, DACA

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors’ vote Tuesday in support of programs that protect some immigrants from deportation drew hostility from supporters of... Read more »

MUSD May Not Meet Financial Obligations, Analysis Finds

County education officials have notified the Montebello Unified School District that it might not meet its financial obligations for the next two school years unless... Read more »

Budget Scorekeepers Say GOP Plan Would Raise The Number Of Uninsured By 32M

The bill considered the most likely prototype for partial repeal of the Affordable Care Act would result in as many as 32 million more people without health insurance... Read more »

Trump Presidency Comes With Uncertainty – Let’s Hope that Changes

The country will be holding its collective breath Friday as Donald Trump is sworn in as the 45th president of the United States. In keeping with tradition, the inauguration... Read more »

Still Time to Get Flu Shot, Say Health Officials

Los Angeles County health officials reminded residents Tuesday that it’s not too late to get a flu shot. The virus is now widespread and has hit that point earlier... Read more »

Fire Destroys Boyle Heights Textile Co.

It took more than 140 firefighters 49 minutes to knock down a major emergency fire Tuesday at a textile business in a two-story commercial building in Boyle Heights. No... Read more »

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