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Suspect in Eastside Church Assault Arrested

BOYLE HEIGHTS (CNS) – A 50-year-old man is being held in a Los Angeles jail on suspicion of sexually assaulting a woman in a Boyle Heights church, and police... Read more »

Crash Leaves 1 Dead, 1 Injured

VERNON (CNS) – One man was killed and another was injured when a vehicle struck a power pole in Vernon, authorities said Monday. It was reported at 11:41 p.m.... Read more »

New ‘Cal State Apply’ Website Launched

LONG BEACH (CNS) – California State University unveiled a revamped online application website Tuesday, saying the site is more streamlined and user-friendly. The... Read more »

Local Chefs Honored With SVREP’s ‘Premio Cua’ Award

The Southwest Voter Registration Education Project – SVREP – held it’s annual fundraiser, Sabor de las Americas/Taste of the Americas last week at the L.A.... Read more »

Tax Hike Placed on November Ballot

MONTEBELLO – Declaring a fiscal emergency, the Montebello city council has voted to hold a special election in November to ask voters to approve a 1-cent hike... Read more »

Election Brings Changes to LAUSD, LAPD

Voters on Tuesday shook up the Los Angeles Unified School District Board, creating a four-member majority of charter school supporters with the election of Kelly... Read more »

The Power of a Birth Certificate

The Consul General of Mexico in Los Angeles did a wonderful thing for a young woman on May 16; he presented her with a birth certificate, allowing her for the first... Read more »

Beware: That Call From the IRS May Not Be a Scam After All

For taxpayers worried about scams involving IRS imposters, the one reliable piece of advice to hold onto was the old consumer protections adage: “The IRS will... Read more »

Fearing Deportation, Parents Worry About Enrolling Undocumented Kids In Medi-Cal

Luz felt relieved and grateful when she learned that her 16-year-old son qualified for full coverage under Medi-Cal. Now, she worries that the information she provided... Read more »

City of L.A. Lost Thousands of ‘Rent Controlled’ Units

The city of Los Angeles has lost 21,200 rent-stabilized housing units since 2001, according to an interactive map released by a nonprofit tenant advocacy group. The... Read more »

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