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Empleado de El Súper Regresa a Su Puesto Tras Fallo de Juez Federal

El trabajador Fermín Rodríguez retornó el domingo a su puesto de trabajo en un local de Los Ángeles de la cadena de supermercados El Súper, tras el fallo de... Read more »

East L.A. Barricade Ends in Arrest

A sheriff’s SWAT team fired tear gas into an East L.A. residence Tuesday and flushed out an armed suspected gang member who had been barricaded inside for some... Read more »

Woman Arrested For Calling In Bomb Threat

The California Highway Patrol announced last week the arrest of a 49-year-old woman suspected of calling in a bomb threat that forced the evacuation of its dispatch... Read more »

L.A. River: What About the Southeast?

Efforts have been in full force to revitalize the Los Angeles River that once ran freely from Los Angeles to Long Beach but is now partially covered by concrete... Read more »

710 DEIR Flawed, Says County Health Official

East Los Angeles resident and business owner Amaury Reducindo has attended his fair share of meetings about the State Route 710 North project. It’s a project he... Read more »

Commerce: Cleaning Up for a Cause

Volunteers will clean the streets of Commerce Saturday to raise money for everything from athletic teams to a city-run teen program, perhaps demonstrating what it... Read more »

El Sereno Residents Feel Left Out of SR710 North Debate

About 30 people attended a meeting at the El Sereno Senior Center last week to discuss alternatives for closing the “transportation gap” between the end of the... Read more »

Indocumentados Hacen Historia al Convertirse en Comisionados de Huntington Park

Dos indocumentados fueron designados el lunes como comisionados municipales de Huntington Park, en el condado de Los Ángeles, lo que la convierte en la primera... Read more »

Cedillo Targets Funds to Slow Loss of Affordable Units

About $9 million in former redevelopment funds could be used to help keep rent and housing costs low for hundreds of residential units in the First City Council... Read more »

Los Angeles Moves to Tighten Firearm Regs

Gun owners would be required to store their firearms in locked containers, disable them with trigger locks or keep them within their control under a proposal given... Read more »

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