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Sheriff’s Deputies Convicted of Federal Civil Rights Charges, Falsifying

Two Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies were convicted Monday of beating and pepper-spraying a mentally ill county jail inmate without provocation and then conspiring... Read more »

Fig Traffic Safety Still an Issue for Cedillo

A ceremony was held last week in Highland Park to inaugurate the installation of a new traffic signal on Figueroa Street at Avenue 55, where residents have complained... Read more »

Just 5 Days Left to Register or Switch Party Preference

The turbulent presidential primary season has generated larger than usual interest among California voters in the presidential campaign, but some eligible voters... Read more »

Jugadores Latinos de los Dodgers Ponen Acento a Sus Apellidos en Camisetas

El jugador mexicano de los Dodgers Adrián González luce con orgullo su nueva camiseta, en la que lleva su apellido escrito en la espalda con la tilde tal y como... Read more »

Menores Indocumentados en California se Benefician por Medi-Cal

Más de doscientos mil menores indocumentados que residen en California se verán beneficiados por el seguro de salud estatal Medi-Cal. La medida que entró en vigencia... Read more »

UCLA Study Targets Heavy Drinking and Suicides During Economic Downturns

Acute alcohol use is a risk factor for suicide among men during times of severe economic hardship, according to UCLA research findings released Tuesday. While economic... Read more »

Tight Control of Power Needed to Avoid Summer Outages

Power reserves will be adequate to keep lights on and air conditioners running during the hot summer months across California, according to a report released Wednesday... Read more »

Monterey Park Officer Accused of Sexual Assault

A Monterey Park police officer is scheduled to be arraigned today on charges of sexually assaulting or detaining three women while on duty, forcing each of them... Read more »

Homeless Man Shot in River Adjacent Encampment

A homeless man was shot twice Wednesday morning inside an encampment near the L.A. River, but the victim was not cooperating with authorities, police said. The shooting... Read more »

Stolen Trailer Found in Commerce

Police searched Tuesday for five men suspected of stealing thousands of Dell laptop computers worth as much as $4 million in an armed robbery at a warehouse in the... Read more »

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