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Cut Crime by Cutting Liquor Sales

National Night Out’s call “to take back the streets” should be a year-round goal, not just another one-day proclamation, according to some of the people living... Read more »

New Child Play Area Coming to Downtown L.A.

(Grand Park) Los Angeles County officials broke ground Wednesday on a children’s play area in Grand Park in what was heralded as the first major addition to the... Read more »

A More Personal National Night Out

Longtime Bell Gardens resident Martha Cabral often finds herself encouraging her neighbors to keep their porch lights on, cars locked and to be on alert for suspicious... Read more »

Bell Gardens Repeals Section of Sex Offender Law

Faced with the threat of lawsuits, the Bell Gardens City Council Monday voted to repeal an ordinance restricting the movement of registered sex offenders in the... Read more »

Miembros de LAPD Protestan por Bajos Salarios

Agentes y miembros del sindicato de la policía de Los Ángeles realizaron una manifestación el martes frente a la alcaldía protestando por los bajos salarios... Read more »

New Skate Plaza in Hazard Park

(Office of Councilmember Jose Huizar) Skateboard and helmets in hand, a number of local youth waited patiently last week for their chance to try out a new skate... Read more »

Breves de la Comunidad

Los Ángeles Una persona murió el martes cuando un vehículo se estrelló y se incendió en una rampa de salida en la autopista 110 Pasadena con dirección norte... Read more »

L.A. Fire Dept. Applications Top 10,000

More than 10,000 applicants are vying for 165 firefighter positions with the Los Angeles Fire Department, officials said Monday, following an overhaul of the agency’s... Read more »

Facing Severe Drought, Californians Support Mandatory Cutbacks

New America Media–Californians rank the drought as their number one environmental concern, according to a new statewide survey. The poll by the Public Policy Institute... Read more »

DWP Infrastructure Failures Not Rate Payers Fault

Nothing frustrated us more this week than watching 20 million gallons of water going down the drain unabated, and causing major damage to the UCLA campus and surrounding... Read more »

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