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L.A. to Explore Tech Approach To Hire Police

With nearly half of the city’s non-sworn employees expected to reach retirement age by 2018, two Los Angeles City Council members Tuesday sought ways to reduce... Read more »

DACA: ¡Renueve! ¡Renueve! ¡Renueve!

Con solo una semana antes de que se cierre la ventana en cual los recipientes de DACA podrán solicitar la renovación de permisos vencidos o que están por vencer,... Read more »

UC Cancer Centers Take on Calif.’s $14 Billion Killer

The University of California’s five academic cancer centers, home to some of the world’s leading scientists and physicians, have formed a consortium to better... Read more »

Hombre Asesinado por CHP

(CNS) – Un hombre que caminaba en los carriles de la autopista fue asesinado en Lincoln Heights el domingo por oficiales de la Patrulla de Carreteras de California... Read more »

Proposals for Old City Jail Include Mix of Housing and Retail

Close to 200 people attended a community meeting last Thursday to hear presentations from the three finalists hoping to win city approval for their vision to bring... Read more »

Proyectos para la renovación de la cárcel incluyen vivienda y negocios

Cerca de 200 personas atendieron a la junta comunitaria el pasado jueves para escuchar las presentaciones de los tres contratistas finalistas que esperan la aprobación... Read more »

Community Calendar August 10 – August 12

Today, Thursday August 10 4:30-6pm–Meeting of the Teen Volunteer Board at East Los Angeles Library. Join the board and help shape future of teen activities. Ages... Read more »

Public to Get First Look at Lincoln Heights Jail Development Proposals

Three development team bids selected as finalists to restore and adapt the graffiti-covered city-owned Lincoln Heights Jail for a new use will get their first public... Read more »

Need a Check Up? Arroyo Vista Offers Free Health Screenings

Do you need you blood pressure checked? What about your vision and teeth? If you answered yes but have limited resources or are not sure where to go, consider attending... Read more »

Magazine Cements Place in Chicano History

In the summer of 1968, a Los Angeles magazine that would become a provocative voice on civil rights issues from bad schools to the Vietnam War, police abuse, farmworker... Read more »

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