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Two Separate Gold Line Train vs. Car Crashes on Same Day

A pair of train-vehicle collisions five hours apart on the Metro Gold Line in Highland Park Wednesday resulted in at least one injury. The first crash happened about... Read more »

Ex-Fugitive Pleads Not Guilty in Hate Crime Murder Case

A Latino gang member from Highland Park, who spent more than 15 years on the run in connection with a racially motivated murder, pleaded not guilty Tuesday to federal... Read more »

Glassell Park Street Project Slows Traffic

Motorists, bicyclists and school kids should all have a safer-but-slower way of getting places with the completion of a major street project by the City of Los Angeles... Read more »

Trump’s Watered-Down Ethics Rules Let a Lobbyist Help Run an Agency He Lobbied

Geoff Burr spent much of the last decade as the chief lobbyist for a powerful construction industry trade group. Burr sought to influence a host of regulations of... Read more »

Cross-Border Protests Decry Trump’s Immigration Policies

Tens of thousands of people in Mexico called for unity and symbolically toppled the wall President Donald Trump wants to build along the U.S.-Mexico border during... Read more »

Homeless Could Pay for Parking Violations with Community Service

The Los Angeles City Council Tuesday approved the creation of a pilot program that will allow homeless people who receive parking citations to perform community... Read more »

With Ballot Initiative, Los Angeles Looks Toward Ending Homelessness

While Los Angeles is home to the nation’s largest homeless population, L.A. County has responded with a broad spectrum of programs to match. The scope of the problem... Read more »

Fletcher Drive Se Renueva en Glassell Park

Los automovilistas, ciclistas y niños escolares tendrán una manera más segura, pero más lenta de llegar a sus destinos con la finalización de un Proyecto de... Read more »

Breves de la Comunidad

Este de Los Ángeles (CNS) – Un hombre se declaró culpable el 8 de febrero por un intento de asesinato y fue sentenciado de inmediato a 13 años en prisión... Read more »

California: Estado Más Afectado Por Redadas de la Semana Pasada

California fue el estado más afectado por los operativos de la semana pasada que se saldaron con el arresto de más de 680 inmigrantes en todo el país en la primera... Read more »

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