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L.A. Pursues 2024 Olympic Bid

Twenty-one members of Southern California’s congressional delegation sent a letter to the U.S. Olympic Committee Wednesday urging the panel to “give full and... Read more »

Boyle Heights Business Joins Solar Power Grid

A Boyle Heights rooftop with solar panels capable of generating 300 kilowatts of energy is the latest addition to a solar power grid providing energy for the Los... Read more »

Environmental Advocates Laud Land Conservation Deal

California environmental groups are cheering a bipartisan deal announced last Wednesday in the U.S. Senate to permanently reauthorize the Land and Water Conservation... Read more »

CA Group Asks President Obama to ‘Ban the Box’

Advocates for prisoners incarcerated in California are asking President Barack Obama to take action to ban the question about criminal convictions on applications... Read more »

Forget Princeton, Yale and Harvard

Pomona College was named Wednesday the nation’s top college by Forbes magazine. The liberal arts college moved up from eighth place last year, and bested its second-place... Read more »

Weekend Fire In Glassell Park

 More than 120 firefighters took almost an hour to bring a commercial building fire under control in the Glassell Park neighborhood early Saturday. A firefighter... Read more »

National Night Out – Community & Law Enforcement Join In Crime Prevention

National Night Out is held on the same date all across the country, from small towns to large urban centers such as Los Angeles County. This year’s observance... Read more »

Man Critically Injured in Highland Park Fire

A man between 30 and 40 years old was critically injured in a kitchen fire in an apartment in Highland Park Thursday, according to a Los Angeles Fire Department... Read more »

CHP Investigates East L.A. Hit-and-Run

California Highway Patrol officers were searching Thursday for a hit-and-run driver who seriously injured a pedestrian in East Los Angeles. The pedestrian, whose... Read more »

En California Se Han Entregado Cerca de 400,000 Licencias a Indocumentados

Las autoridades de transporte de California informaron el viernes que en sus primeros seis meses de vigencia la ley AB 60 ha permitido que casi 400.000 indocumentados... Read more »

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