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Aumentan Casos de Sífilis en Mujeres y Bebés Latinos en California

En los últimos años California ha experimentado un aumento de casos de sífilis en mujeres, recién nacidos y embarazadas, un hallazgo que también se extiende... Read more »

Salario Mínimo en el Condado Será Aumentado a $15 para el 2020

La Junta de Supervisores del Condado de Los Ángeles votó el martes 3-2 para elevar progresivamente el salario mínimo en las zonas no incorporadas en los próximos... Read more »

Los Juegos Mundiales de Olimpiadas Especiales Llegan a Los Ángeles

Siete mil atletas de 165 países, 2,000 entrenadores y miles de voluntarios y aficionados se están preparando para hacer historia en el evento deportivo más grande... Read more »

‘East LA Interchange’ Film Documents Boyle Heights’ Evolution

You’ve probably heard the old adage, “All roads lead to Rome.” In Los Angeles, “All freeways lead to East Los Angeles.” That’s the foundation behind... Read more »

County Follows L.A.’s Lead: Raises Minimum Wage

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to incrementally raise the minimum wage in unincorporated areas over the next five years, reaching $15... Read more »

Special Olympics Arrive in L.A.

Seven thousand athletes from 165 countries, 2,000 coaches and thousands of volunteers and fans are getting ready to make history at the largest sports and humanitarian... Read more »

Special Olympics: Getting Around Town

When plans for the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles were first announced, there were dire predictions of massive traffic delays and citywide gridlock: neither... Read more »

LADWP Considers Tighter Watering Rules

A Los Angeles city panel called Tuesday for outdoor watering to be restricted to two days per week if the city fails to meet monthly goals for slashing water use... Read more »

First 2015 West Nile Death Reported

California State health officials Monday reported the first California death of the year caused by the unpredictable West Nile virus. The victim was an elderly resident... Read more »

Roosevelt Magnet School Honored

A high school in Boyle Heights earlier this month became the first school in California to receive national recognition for leveraging technology. The State Educational... Read more »

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