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Wife of Slain Bell Gardens Mayor Indicted on Voluntary Manslaughter Charge

The wife of slain Bell Gardens Mayor Daniel Crespo Sr. pleaded not guilty Thursday to a grand jury indictment charging her with voluntary manslaughter for his shooting... Read more »

Bell Gardens Opts Out of County Emergency System

Bell Gardens has joined a growing list of municipalities opting to not buy into a new countywide emergency radio network being built under a plan approved by the... Read more »

Hundreds March Against Violence

Hundreds of people took part Saturday in the 8th Annual Peace in the Northeast march in response to the increase of shootings, assaults and domestic violence cases... Read more »

Court Shuts Down Credit Repair ‘Scam’ that Targeted Latinos

New America Media – At the request of the Federal Trade Commission, a court has halted the operations of a company that allegedly posed as an affiliate of the... Read more »

Garcetti’s Budget High on ‘Rebuilding’

Mayor Eric Garcetti released an $8.5 billion budget proposal Monday that he called the healthiest in years, including more funding for tree-trimming, street-cleaning,... Read more »

Health For All Bill Passes Senate Committee

New America Media – After hearing heart-rending testimonials from three young undocumented immigrants who have seen first hand the havoc caused by not having access... Read more »

Respecting School Choice: No Need for Villians

The denial of space to Collegiate Charter High School at Roosevelt High School in Boyle Heights may have been for reasons other than a strong opposition to charters... Read more »

L.A. Council to Review Renter Protection Proposals

The Los Angeles City Council ordered reports Wednesday on two proposals aimed at protecting tenants of the city’s 650,000 rent-controlled units from being unfairly... Read more »

Los Angeles and ‘Waze’ to Share Info

Alerts about hit-and-runs and kidnappings in Los Angeles will be popping up soon on the traffic app Waze, along with road closure information, as part of a data-sharing... Read more »

Officer’s Acts ‘Criminal,’ Says L.A.’s Police Chief

Los Angeles Police Department Chief Charlie Beck said Tuesday he believes an officer charged with using excessive force during an October arrest committed a “criminal... Read more »

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