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Man Found Today Dead in Highland Park

A man was found dead today in Highland Park, according to police. Officers with LAPD’s Northeast Division were called to the  4700 block of North Figueroa... Read more »

Man Killed In Freeway ‘Fall’ Named

The coroner’s office Monday released the name of a man who dropped from an overpass and was struck by a vehicle on the Pasadena (110) Freeway in the Cypress Park... Read more »

New Frida Kahlo Exhibit Joins George Yepes Group Show at Corazon de Los Angeles

Saturday, July 25—10:30am-7:30pm—New Frida Kahlo Exhibit Joins George Yepes Group Show at Corazon de Los Angeles at the historical Olvera Street Marketplace... Read more »

Community Calendar: July 23, 2015 – July 29, 2015

Saturday, July 25 8am— Southeast L.A. River Bike Ride and Run to raise awareness about lower L.A. River restoration efforts. Starts at Maywood Riverfront Park,... Read more »

Special Olympics Go Local

Several local events are planned to bring the Special Olympics right into local communities, with special events, including the Law Enforcement Torch Run, during... Read more »

No Single Strategy to Fighting Crime

It was still light out when officers from the Los Angeles Police Department’s Gang Division stopped three young men in a Glassell Park neighborhood that for years... Read more »

Community Calendar: July 16, 2015 – July 22, 2015

Today, Thursday July 16 10am?Water Rate Increase Workshop at Commerce City Hall. Discuss proposed water rate increase to meet needs of the water system. One meeting... Read more »

Crime Numbers: ‘Bad News’ for Los Angeles

A 12.7 percent increase in violent and property crime in Los Angeles during the first half of the year is “bad news,” Mayor Eric Garcetti acknowledged Wednesday,... Read more »

Community Calendar: July 9, 2015 – July 15, 2015

Today, Thur. July 9 6-9pm—Opening Reception: Leo Politi Art Exhibition “Through the Eyes of the Family” at El Pueblo Historical Monument in Downtown. Presented... Read more »

Summer Night Lights: Alternative to Trouble

When the temperature rises and school is out, young people in neighborhoods with few resources and activities to keep them busy are at a higher risk of getting into... Read more »

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