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Postal Stamp Honors Former Garfield High Educator

A stamp honoring the late legendary Garfield High School math teacher Jaime Escalante, who used unconventional methods to inspire students to master calculus, has... Read more »

It’s More Than Just ‘Being There’ That Matters

Boyle Heights resident Nydia Gonzalez vividly remembers the day her 4-year-old daughter reminded her of the importance of “quality time.” Little Yaretzy had... Read more »

Montebello: 60 Freeway On-Ramps to Be Closed Starting Next Two Nights

Pomona (60) Freeway on-ramps will be closed overnight tomorrow and Wednesday in Montebello to accommodate soil studies being conducted as part of Metro’s plan... Read more »

Judge Rejects Plea for Ex-Sheriff Lee Baca

A federal judge Monday rejected a proposed plea deal between former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca and prosecutors that called for the retired lawman to serve... Read more »

Man Arrested in Connection with ‘Hoax Device’

A 36-year-old man has been arrested in connection with a “hoax device” that prompted the closure of a downtown Los Angeles Metro station for several hours Saturday... Read more »

Business Owners Fight to Stay In Boyle Heights

Long time Boyle Heights residents and activists continue to accuse developers and real estate investors of carelessly changing the character of their neighborhood... Read more »

Breves de la Comunidad

  Montebello Una mujer que fue captada en video robando paquetes en Alhambra, no refutó los cargos de un delito grave y delitos de robo. Rianna Adrienne Medina,... Read more »

What About a Tax On Marijuana Businesses?

How quickly things change. It wasn’t too long ago that the prospect of legalizing marijuana for recreational use was unthinkable, and now the Los Angeles Count... Read more »

Exide Complaints Go On Record

For several years now, Joe Gonzalez of Boyle Heights has voiced his complaints to officials with the Department of Toxic Substances Control; repeating himself at... Read more »

Many Eligible For Prop. 47 Relief Still Need to Apply

New America Media – California’s Prop. 47 allows many individuals to change certain felonies into misdemeanors on their criminal records – but less than a... Read more »

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