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EE.UU. Recibe Decenas de Solicitudes de Niños Centroamericanos Pidiendo Refugio

El Gobierno ha recibido ya 189 solicitudes de padres que tienen hijos en Centroamérica y desean que puedan llegar a EE.UU. como refugiados, la gran mayoría de... Read more »

El Total de Votos en Commerce No Cambia los Resultados

El recuento final de los votos el lunes en la Ciudad de Commerce no cambió el resultado de la reñida carrera por el consejo de la ciudad, con el ex concejal Hugo... Read more »

New Metro CEO Announced

The head of Denver’s Regional Transportation District was named today as CEO of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority. Phillip Washington has been CEO of the... Read more »

Asambleísta Hispano Se Lanza como Candidato para Remplazar a Senadora Boxer

El asambleísta hispano de Oceanside, el republicano Rocky Chávez, anunció la semana pasada formalmente su candidatura para el Senado Federal por el puesto que... Read more »

El Departamento de Agua y Luz Enfrenta Acusaciones Por Sistema Fallido

El despliegue atribulado de facturación del sistema del Departamento de Agua y Luz (DWP), el cual dio lugar a que algunos clientes recibieran facturas exageradamente... Read more »

710 Freeway Extension Report Released

Caltrans and Metro released a draft environmental study of proposals to address the 4.5-mile gap between the Foothill (210) Freeway in Pasadena and the end of the... Read more »

Car Crashes at Salazar Park – Kills Man as He Naps

A man was hit and killed Tuesday when a car involved in a crash with another vehicle jumped the curb and struck him as he napped outside the Ruben Salazar Senior... Read more »

Teen Struck by Car in Boyle Heights

A 13-year-old boy was fatally injured by a vehicle in Boyle Heights, authorities said Tuesday. Chris Rodriguez of Los Angeles died about 11:45 p.m. Monday of injuries... Read more »

Weekend Heat Wave Could Break Records

Record-breaking heat is expected in the Southland this weekend, according to the National Weather Service. “Temperatures well above normal … will be prevalent... Read more »

Angelenos Help Set Guinness World Record

A sea of green-shirt clad exercise enthusiasts descended on Downtown Los Angeles last weekend to set a new Guinness World Record for the largest number of people... Read more »

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