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Youth Respond to Officer-Involved Shootings

BOYLE HEIGHTS – An officer-involved shooting in Boyle Heights last week that claimed the life of a 14-year-old boy, sparking outrage by many in the eastside neighborhood,... Read more »

Pieces of Rock ‘Bridge’ Communities

Some of the rocks were big, others were small, but to the hundreds of people who lined up Saturday in downtown Los Angeles, the only thing that really mattered was... Read more »

Community Calendar: Aug. 18, 2016 – Aug. 24, 2016

Today, Thursday Aug. 18 2pm–POV Film Screening at the Montebello Library. Featured Film is “Flyers in Search of a Dream,” the story of America’s pioneering... Read more »

Local Officials Back Keeping CA’s Death Penalty

Los Angeles County Sheriff Jim McDonnell, L.A. County District Attorney Jackie Lacey and Orange County Sheriff Sandra Hutchens have all come out in favor of preserving... Read more »

LAUSD Graduation Rates Improve

The graduation rate for the Los Angeles Unified School District’s Class of 2016 was 75 percent, a new high mark for the district, Superintendent Michelle King... Read more »

Man Shot in City Terrace

A man was shot and wounded in unincorporated City Terrace, authorities said Wednesday. The shooting was reported at 11:05 p.m. in an alley adjacent to the 200 block... Read more »

At Any Other Time … Substance Would Have Outweighed Political Gaffes

If a candidate in a past presidential election had said something that could remotely be interpreted as wanting second amendment/gun possession rights advocates... Read more »

America’s Racial Wealth Divide Is Nothing Short of Shocking

Most media coverage of racial injustice has understandably focused on our country’s unfair policing and criminal justice system. But to fully understand the current... Read more »

Donald Trump’s Detroit Ignorance on Trade

Detroit, Michigan is where Donald Trump manifestly proves beyond doubt that his hate of Mexico and Mexicans overrides any good economic sense he might otherwise... Read more »

Woman Charged With Grandmother’s Murder

A 24-year-old woman charged with murder in the death of her grandmother in Bell remained jailed this week in lieu of $2 million bail. Sarah Montoya was arrested... Read more »

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