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Community Calendar: March 17, 2016 – March 23, 2016

Today, Thur. March 17 6pm—Community Meeting on Crime Hike at Ruben Salazar Park in unincorporated East L.A. Hosted by office of Sup. Hilda Solis. Speakers from... Read more »

Dos Empleados de la Ciudad Son Arrestados por DUI

Dos miembros del personal del Ayuntamiento de Los Ángeles fueron detenidos en incidentes separados por presuntamente conducir bajo la influencia, dijeron las autoridades. Fredy... Read more »

Two City Staffers Arrested for Alleged DUI

Two Los Angeles City Council staffers were arrested in separate incidents for allegedly driving under the influence, officials said Monday. Fredy Ceja, 36, communications... Read more »

Tougher Enforcement of Traffic Laws Can Save Lives

Researchers with the Governors Highway Safety Association report that an analysis of preliminary national federal data of vehicle related accidents nationwide by... Read more »

Community Calendar: March 10, 2016 – March 16, 2016

Today, Thursday, March 10 6-8pm – Opening Reception “From Her: An Exhibition in Honor of National Women’s History Month” at El Pueblo Historical Monument... Read more »

Community Calendar: March 3, 2016 – March 9, 2016

Sat., March 5 11am-2:30pm—First and Broadway Park Design/Community Input Exhibit at Grand Central Market, downtown L.A.  View all four design competition entries... Read more »

Hombre que se Hizo Pasar por Sacerdote es Sentenciado

Un hombre de 59 años acusado de hacerse pasar por un sacerdote católico fue condenado a un año en la cárcel del condado de Los Ángeles después de declararse... Read more »

Drivers Have A Role In Arroyo Seco Parkway Safety

The Arroyo Seco Parkway or State Route 110 is hailed as the first freeway of the west and a vital artery that connects Los Angeles to Pasadena. Despite being seen... Read more »

Car Crash Blamed on Rocks Thrown from Parkway Overpass

Highland Park resident Jose Luis Osuna installed extra protection to keep his windows from being broken if someone were to throw a rock at his house. Never did he... Read more »

Residents Are the Heroes In Exide Victory

The unrelenting efforts of residents and community activists deserve credit for California Gov. Brown and state legislators securing nearly $177 million for testing... Read more »

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