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Breves de la Comunidad

Bell Gardens Un hombre fue asesinado el lunes mientras viajaba en una bicicleta por el camino de bicicletas del río  de Los Ángeles, dijeron las autoridades El... Read more »

Cyclist Shot Dead in Bell Gardens

Authorities Wednesday identified a man who was fatally shot while riding a bicycle along the Los Angeles River bicycle path in Bell Gardens in an attack investigators... Read more »

Young Cancer Patient Becomes K9 Deputy For a Day

Alfonso Hoffman’s young life changed unexpectedly when he was diagnosed with Leukemia at the beginning of this year. His mother, Desiree, noticed changes to his... Read more »

USDA to Keep Children Fed While School Is Out

To ensure children from low-income areas do not go hungry this summer, the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture (USDA) will serve more than 200 million free lunches to children... Read more »

Public Input Being Sought for Exide EIR

The public’s final chance to weigh in on the scope of an Environmental Impact Report (EIR) being prepared for the massive cleanup of lead and other toxic chemicals... Read more »

For Many, This 4th of July Was Akin to a War Zone

Did you feel like you were living in a war zone this 4th of July? If so, you were not alone. The loud thunderous blast from fireworks —most presumably illegal... Read more »

Community Calendar: July 7, 2016 – July 13, 2016

Today, Thursday July 7 4-5:30pm—Cypress Park Library Summer Author Program Presents Community Educator & Author Sara Rafael Garcia. Enjoy the chance to interact... Read more »

County Supervisors Place Parks Parcel Tax on November Ballot

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to put a measure on the November ballot that would levy a one-and-a-half cent per square foot parcel tax... Read more »

Bill to Expand Metro Board Introduced

A bill to increase the number of Metro board members was re-introduced last week by Sen. Tony Mendoza, who cites the need for a board that more fairly represents... Read more »

Q&A: Sup. Hilda Solis On Why L.A. County Parks Matter

In response to a recent needs assessment report that found most Los Angeles County Parks in need of significant improvements, county supervisors will next week consider... Read more »

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