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Council Approves Donation For Homeless Shelter

The Los Angeles City Council Tuesday approved a $20,000 donation to a nonprofit organization that operates a 36-bed homeless shelter at a Highland Park church and... Read more »

Refugio de Invierno Abre sus Puertas en Highland Park

Cuando tres hermanas indigentes escucharon que una iglesia en Highland Park pronto abriría un refugio por las noches, rápidamente fueron a comprobarlo. Después... Read more »

Winter Shelter Opens in NELA

When three homeless sisters heard a church in Highland Park would soon open a nighttime shelter, they quickly went to check it out. After all, their only other option... Read more »

Community Calendar: Dec. 17, 2015 – Dec. 23, 2015

Today, Thursday, Dec. 17 4-5pm – Holiday Storytime at Anthony Quinn Library. Enjoy an afternoon of stories, art activities, cake and a chance to take a picture... Read more »

All LAUSD Schools Closed Due to ‘Electronic Threat’

[Update: 3:15 p.m: Addition of funding comments from Senate Pro Tem Kevin De Leon.] Responding to an “electronic threat” emailed to multiple members of the school... Read more »

Todas las Escuelas de LAUSD Cerradas por Amenaza de Seguridad

Más de 900 escuelas públicas cerraron hoy en Los Ángeles debido a una amenaza de seguridad “creíble”, informó la Policía de la ciudad. Las autoridades... Read more »

Off-Duty LAPD Officer Wounds ‘Armed Suspect’ In Montecito Heights

An armed man who allegedly confronted an off-duty LAPD officer today in the Montecito Heights area of Los Angeles was critically wounded in an officer-involved shooting,... Read more »

Preparing for El Niño Power

When El Niño weather conditions hit Southern California during the 1980s and 90s, freeways were jammed, neighborhoods flooded, power lines toppled and homes were... Read more »

Solis New Chair of L.A. County Board of Supervisors

Michael Antonovich handed over his gavel Tuesday as the chair of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisor to Hilda Solis. The role rotates among the five supervisors... Read more »

Is it Appropriate to Disregard A Huge Number of Americans?

The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday heard arguments in a case originating out of Texas that could force all 50 states to redraw election districts for local, state... Read more »

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