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Lack of Diversity Questioned at Southwest Museum Meeting

Diana Martinez looked around the community center and was livid over what she saw: only a handful of Latinos and Native Americans among the 100 or so people gathered... Read more »

The ‘Good Neighbor’ Role In Gentrification

Just a few blocks from a major commercial corridor in Highland Park where storefronts have changed and property values have increased, east and northeast Los Angeles... Read more »

Vigils Held for CSULB Student Killed in Paris Attack

City officials and residents gathered on the steps of City Hall Tuesday night in memory of the 129 people who lost their lives in the Paris terror attacks, while... Read more »

Report: Tunnels to Toll Lanes Needed to Ease Traffic

A tunnel from Glendale to Palmdale, an expressway/tunnel connecting Riverside and Orange counties, and an extensive network of toll lanes connecting all major freeways... Read more »

As Nov. 30 Deadline Looms, UC Pres. Calls on Students to Apply

There’s still time and many good reasons to apply for admission to a UC campus, University of California President Janet Napolitano said during a meeting last... Read more »

Paris Attack Strikes Close to Home

Students returned to class Monday at Cal State Long Beach for the first time since one of their own was killed in the terrorist attacks in Paris, with crisis counselors... Read more »

Estudiante del Sur de California entre los Muertos de Ataques Terroristas de Paris

Centenares de velas se encendieron el domingo por la tarde en la Universidad Estatal de California Long Beach (CSULB),  para recordar a la joven estudiante Nohemi... Read more »

Medidas Migratorias de Obama Llegarán a la Corte Suprema

El Tribunal Supremo tendrá la última palabra sobre las medidas migratorias emitidas por el presidente Barack Obama, después de que este lunes una corte de apelaciones... Read more »

Dos Latinos Homenajeados con el “Premio a las Personas Valientes”

Tres residentes de Los Ángeles, entre ellos dos hispanos, recibieron la semana pasada el “Premio a las Personas Valientes” en una ceremonia encabezada por la... Read more »

Padres Latinos con Estrés son Doblemente Propensos a Tener Hijos Obesos

Los padres latinos con alto nivel de estrés crónico son dos veces más propensos a criar niños obesos, reveló un estudio anunciado recientemente. La investigación... Read more »

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