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Firefighters Extinguish Industrial Building Fire in Glassell Park

A spectacular fire Monday morning damaged two industrial buildings in Glassell Park but no one was hurt. The greater alarm fire at 3019 N. Fierro St. was reported... Read more »

Man Injured After Being Pinned Under Vehicle

A 45-year-old man was injured Friday afternoon when a jack slipped and pinned him beneath a vehicle he was working on Highland Park, authorities said. Firefighters... Read more »

L.A. Council Votes to Rename Street After Vin Scully

A street leading into Dodger Stadium will be named after the team’s longtime play-by-play announcer Vin Scully, who plans to retire after 67 seasons with the... Read more »

Jan. 31: Last Day to Avoid Health Coverage Tax Penalty

There are just four days left to avoid being hit with a big tax penalty for not having health insurance coverage as mandated under the Federal Patient Protection... Read more »

Health Officials Warn Travelers, Pregnant Women of Zika Danger

County health officials Tuesday urged travelers to Latin America, the Caribbean and Puerto Rico, especially pregnant women, to take precautions to protect themselves... Read more »

Community Calendar: Jan. 28, 2016 – Feb. 3, 2016

Today, Thursday, Jan. 28 5pm – LA County Park Needs Assessment Workshop Jan. 28 at the Montebello Senior Center & Bell Gardens Veterans Park. Sessions are... Read more »

Ella ‘Corre’ para Terminar con la Trata Ilegal de Personas

Norma Bastidas empezó a correr por desesperación. Necesitaba escapar del dolor causado por años de abuso infantil y más tarde como víctima de trafico ilegal... Read more »

Sixth Street Bridge Closes Ahead of Demolition

The Sixth Street Viaduct, a Los Angeles landmark famous for its appearances in films such as “Grease” and “Terminator 2: Judgment Day,” was closed to traffic... Read more »

No 2024 Olympic Village for Lincoln Heights

A plan calling for the city to build housing for athletes competing in the 2024 Olympics in Lincoln Heights if Los Angeles wins its bid to host the Games has been... Read more »

Assembly Questions Actions on Exide

Years of public outrage over the Exide Technologies’ contamination of cities and neighborhoods in the east and southeast Los Angeles area finally appears to be... Read more »

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