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Plan to Station Deputies in Commerce Gets Initial Look

When a 9-1-1 call goes out in Commerce, deputies assigned to the East Los Angeles Sheriff’s station respond with lights flashing and sirens blaring as they cut... Read more »

Judge Blocks Trump’s Action on ‘Sanctuary Cities’

Mayor Eric Garcetti and leaders in the Los Angeles immigrant community hailed a federal judge’s ruling Tuesday blocking President Donald Trump’s executive order... Read more »

Saturday Marks 25 Years Since L.A. Riots

With the 25th anniversary of the Los Angeles riots approaching, Mayor Eric Garcetti Tuesday compared the city to a climber halfway up a mountain, able to “look... Read more »

No. of Uninsured Latinos Persists, Despite Overall Decline

The percentage of adults in Los Angeles County without health insurance has declined to under one million, but disparities persist among low-income Latinos, according... Read more »

Organized ‘Resist’ance Planned for May Day Protest

Saying the aggressive tactics of President Donald Trump have united them, members of dozens of organizations said Tuesday they are joining forces for the annual... Read more »

Who Will Pay for Trump Tax Cuts?

President Donald Trump has just unveiled his tax reform plan. Though many financial analysts and tax experts say it lacks detail, one of its key, so-called reforms... Read more »

Leader In Exide Fight Recognized

Growing up in a home full of activists, it wouldn’t be long before East Los Angeles native Mark Lopez took the streets himself to advocate for clean air in his... Read more »

Resistencia Organizada Para Protestas de Primero de Mayo

Unidos en respuesta a las tácticas agresivas del presidente Donald Trump, docenas de organizaciones dijeron el martes que unirán sus fuerzas durante la marcha... Read more »

Apertura de Parque Histórico Estatal de Los Ángeles

El gobernador Jerry Brown junto con funcionarios de Los Ángeles y líderes comunitarios se unieron a miles de personas, el 22 de abril, para celebrar la inauguración... Read more »

Ex Alcalde de Sur El Monte Sentenciado Por Soborno

El ex alcalde de Sur El Monte fue condenado, el 19 de abril, a un año en una prisión federal por aceptar al menos $45,000 en sobornos de un contratista de la ciudad. Luis... Read more »

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