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UPDATE: Claims Of Sexual Harassment Against Huizar “Did Not Reveal Any Evidence”

A panel hired by the city to investigate sexual harassment and retaliation claims made against Councilman Jose Huizar by a former aide concluded there was no evidence... Read more »

Five Students and Five Adults Killed in Bus Crash

Five students and five adults were killed on a tour bus that collided head-on with a big rig on Interstate 5 in Northern California. California Highway Patrol dispatcher... Read more »

Subsidies for Developers: The Same Old Tired Strategy?

Is it prudent for the City of Los Angeles to offer tax incentives to project developers who say they can’t consider a project without subsidies? Especially at... Read more »

Community Calendar: April 10, 2014 – April 16, 2014

Today, Thursday, April 10 6-8pm—Monterey Park Mayor’s Town Hall at Brightwood Elementary. City council and staff will be available to residents who have questions... Read more »

Job Seekers to Descend on Dodger Stadium Saturday

Employers from a variety of industries will be accepting job applications and resumes Saturday at the 19th Annual Community Job Fair at Dodger Stadium. The event... Read more »

Northeast L.A. Peace March and Resource Fair on Saturday

An annual march first held years ago in response to an uptick in gang violence in Northeast Los Angeles, but now more of an exercise in community building and unity,... Read more »

Community Calendar: March 27, 2014 – April 2, 2014

“Viva El Mariachi Femenil” Exhibit and Concert Saturday at the San Gabriel Mission Playhouse. The exhibit follows over 100 years of women in mariachi music through... Read more »

L.A. Council to Vote on Funding for Sidewalk Repairs

The Los Angeles City Council on Tuesday put off a request to spend $250,000 in a recycling account on sidewalk repairs on the city’s Eastside until Friday. The... Read more »

L.A. Charter Schools Students Learn More, Says Stanford Study

Los Angeles area charter schools advocates can now point to a large study by Stanford University researchers to support their claim that the independent schools... Read more »

Should L.A. Consider A Sales-Tax Hike?

Los Angeles’ Administrative Officer Miguel Santana and Chief Legislative Analyst Gerry Miller are recommending that the city council put on the November ballot... Read more »

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