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A New Day For Los Angeles County Government

Monday, December 1, 2014, marked the start of a new era in Los Angeles County government. A reconstituted Board of Supervisors was seated and a new County Sheriff... Read more »

Boy Hurt in Lincoln Heights Hit and Run

 Authorities sought public help Wednesday to find the hit-and-run motorist responsible for critically injuring a 10-year-old boy in the Lincoln Heights area. The... Read more »

Community Calendar: Dec. 4 – Dec. 10

Today,  Thurs., Dec. 4 3-4pm–Meet Children’s Author Edith Cohn at the Monterey Park Bruggemeyer Library. Cohn will read and sign copies of her book “Spirit... Read more »

Temporary Action Gets Ball Rolling on Immigration

Rosa Martinez is not sure what she will be doing today for Thanksgiving. Her family works long hours and money is short this year, so a big Thanksgiving dinner with... Read more »

Large Thanksgiving Gatherings in L.A. County

Thanksgiving will be marked in Los Angeles County today by large gatherings on Skid Row, the Sunset Strip and in Pasadena and the San Fernando Valley to feed homeless... Read more »

Cedillo to Hosts Public Safety Workshops

Los Angeles Councilman Gil Cedillo will host a series of public workshops to discuss strategies for making first district streets safer for pedestrians, bicyclists... Read more »

Molina Hopes to be Remembered as a ‘Champion’ Who Listened

On Feb. 19, 1991, a nervous Gloria Molina took her seat on the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, making history as the first Latina ever elected to the five-person... Read more »

President to Break Immigration Status Quo Today: It’s About Time

It’s been a long time coming. President Obama will tonight lay out details of executive action he will take on immigration reform, which is unlikely to be comprehensive... Read more »

Public Vigil for Artist Richard Duardo Set

Master art printer Richard Duardo, a pivotal figure in the Chicano art community in Los Angeles who was sometimes referred to as the “Warhol of the West,” will... Read more »

UC Regents Consider Tuition Hike

Tuition at UCLA and other UC campuses across the state would increase by 5 percent a year over the next five years under a proposal approved Wednesday by a University... Read more »

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