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Our Top Stories of 2014

It’s now 2015 and it’s human nature to hope that the new year will be better than the last, even if it was a good year overall. There will be resolutions... Read more »

Community Calendar

Tomorrow, Thurs., Jan. 1 – New Year’s Day 2015 6am–Tournament of Roses 126th New Year’s Day Rose Parade. This year’s theme is “Inspiring Stories.”... Read more »

Southwest Museum’s ‘Future’ Survey Released

Debate over the future of Los Angeles’ first museum has raged for years, but according to the results of a recent survey, there’s a great deal of support for... Read more »

Community Calendar: Dec. 25, 2014 – Dec. 31, 2014

Friday, Dec. 26  9am—Montebello-Commerce YMCA Free Teen Winter Break Membership Pass. Parents can sign up teens (13-18) for a free 7-day pass trial membership... Read more »

She Was Brutally Attacked, Now Officers Try to Mend Her ‘Injured’ Spirit

When Blanca Rodriguez received the call from the Los Angeles Police Department’s Northeast Division last week that officers were on their way over to pick her... Read more »

Mujer a Punto de Morir Apuñalada Recibe Sorpresa Navideña

Cuando Blanca Rodríguez recibió una llamada el jueves por parte de la policía de Los Ángeles, División Noreste de que oficiales irían a recogerla, nunca imaginó... Read more »

City Attorney to Pursue Immigration Scams

It did not take long for the scam artists to try and bilk money illegally from a potentially new fertile field of victims, according to the Los Angeles City Attorney’s... Read more »

Metro Offers Free Rides on Christmas Eve, New Year’s Eve

Metro is making it easier to get home safely during the holiday season, offering free fares on all Metro buses and rail lines. The free rides will be offered starting... Read more »

Garcetti Proposes Purchase of 7,000 Police Body Cameras

Saying transparency is a key to public trust in the police department, Mayor Eric Garcetti announced Tuesday he wants the city to purchase 7,000 body cameras to... Read more »

‘Tis the Season for Holiday Scams in California

It may be the season of giving, but it’s unfortunately the season of taking too. Whether it’s an online shopping scam, gift card fraud or a fake charity asking... Read more »

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