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Roosevelt High School Upgrades ‘Must’ Include Wellness Center

A forum Tuesday to provide information about major renovations scheduled for Roosevelt High School in Boyle Heights quickly went off track as speaker after speaker... Read more »

Help Starts With A Home

Juan Ortiz walked through the crowd Monday morning feeling emotional and grateful to be part of the ceremony opening of Teague Terrace, a new permanent supportive... Read more »

Aspiring Writers Hone Skills With ‘Conchas y Cafe’

Pens in hand and notepads at the ready, the budding group of writers at the East Los Angeles Library listened intently as their instructor gave them tips on how... Read more »

We Support Police Commission’s Review of LAPD Use-of-Force

You have to admit there’s a problem, before you can solve it. That is what the Los Angeles Police Commission did this week when it decided to review the alarming... Read more »

Community Calendar: Nov. 12, 2015 – Nov. 18, 2015

Today, Nov. 12 4pm – Etiquette Lessons at City Terrace Library. Teens 13-17 will learn social skills needed to make a favorable impression. Event is supported... Read more »

Teen Accidently Shoots Himself In East L.A. Alley

The 14-year-old boy found dead with a gunshot to his head in an East Los Angeles alley had been handling a loaded handgun and unintentionally shot himself, a sheriff’s... Read more »

L.A. Residents Urged to Prepare for El Niño

Mayor Eric Garcetti urged residents Friday to be prepared for a particularly wet and potentially damaging winter, with El Nino likely to bring heavy rain and flooding. “The... Read more »

SCOTUS to Weigh In on DACA, DAPA

The Supreme Court will have the final say on immigration measures issued by President Barack Obama after a federal appeals court Monday ruled against his executive... Read more »

Jump in Police Shootings ‘Alarming’

Saying officer-involved shootings have nearly doubled since last year, the president of the Los Angeles Police Commission called Tuesday for efforts to help reduce... Read more »

Vernon to Push Voter Registration In City

For years, election of city office holders has come down to ballots cast by as few as two-dozen registered voters in Vernon, but with the recent doubling of the... Read more »

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