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Reduce Energy Costs With SoCalGas Rebates

Southern California Gas Co. Thursday issued a reminder about available smart thermostat and appliance rebates that give customers cash back while helping keep natural... Read more »

Playoff Roundup: Eagle Rock Is Top Seed in City Section Div. II Playoffs

The playoffs kick off tonight for several area City Section high school football teams. Eagle Rock is the top seed in Division II as the Northern League champions... Read more »

Council Committees Approve Plan for Street Vending Permit System

Two Los Angeles City Council committees approved a comprehensive plan Wednesday for a regulated permit system for street vending, which would end the city’s distinction... Read more »

LA Dodger Fans Have Been Waiting a Long Time For Tonight’s Game

It’s Día de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) and for die-hard Los Angeles Dodger fans, tonight’s decisive seventh game of the World Series against the Houston... Read more »

Arroyo Vista Dedicates Ruby Cedillo Breast Care and Imaging Center

The late wife of a Los Angeles councilman was recognized Monday as the inspiration behind legislation that has resulted in tens of thousands of low-income, mostly... Read more »

Council Adopts Protections for L.A. Renters

The Los Angeles City Council on Tuesday took action to provide protections for tenants facing relocation due to condominium conversion projects. On a 12-0 vote,... Read more »

Elderly Pedestrian Killed In Highland Park

A man in his 70s was fatally injured by an SUV Tuesday while crossing a street in the Highland Park area of Los Angeles, and police arrested a man suspected of being... Read more »

Cypress Park Car Crash Victim Named

The man killed in a Cypress Park crash Saturday that injured an unknown number of people was publicly identified. He was Jose Lara, 48, of Los Angeles, coroner’s... Read more »

El Sereno Brusher

A fire scorched some brush and debris on a hilltop in the El Sereno area northeast of downtown Los Angeles Monday, but no one was hurt. The fire was reported about... Read more »

L.A. Stopped Accepting ‘Section 8’ Applications More Than a Decade Ago, That Changes Monday

It has been more than a decade since the city of Los Angeles stopped accepting applications for Section 8 housing vouchers, but that’s about to change Monday when... Read more »

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