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Latinos Ignorados en Elecciones Presidenciales Según Encuesta

Pese a ser una fuerza clave en las elecciones de 2012, la mayoría del electorado latino está siendo ignorado durante las presidenciales de este año y los mensajes... Read more »

El Alzheimer Afectará Más a Latinos, Según Estudio

El porcentaje de latinos con Alzheimer se disparará en los próximos años, por lo que, a menos que se descubra algún avance médico, el costo de la dolencia crecerá... Read more »

County Supervisors Back Tougher Fed Rules on Payday Lenders

The Board of Supervisors Tuesday voted its unanimous support of federal regulations targeting predatory lending practices by payday, car title and installment lenders. “We... Read more »

From Lead to Pipelines, Students Hone Research Skills

A small group of community-based researchers in Southeast Los Angeles County is searching to find solutions to environmental issues ranging from lead contamination... Read more »

Celebrate Latino Heritage Month-Fiestas Patrias

Friday, Sept. 16 11am-5pm–Fiestas Patrias Special Cultural Entertainment at El Pueblo de Los Angels/Olvera Street in the Public Kiosko. Enjoy live entertainment... Read more »

Two Killed After Vehicle Veers off Freeway

A man and a woman were killed early Monday when their 2016 Kia flew off the Long Beach (710) Freeway and struck a tree in Lynwood, authorities said. The coroner’s... Read more »

L.A. Approves Fee on Developers for Parks

Apartment developers, who typically construct the majority of residential units in Los Angeles, will join condominium builders in paying into the city’s park fund,... Read more »

Controversial Bills Cutting Green House Gas Emissions to be Signed

Governor Jerry Brown will visit Los Angeles today to sign into law legislation that dramatically extends the state’s goals for reducing greenhouse gas emissions. At... Read more »

County Backs City Housing Bond on 3-0 Vote

County supervisors went on record Tuesday in favor of a City of Los Angeles bond measure that would generate $1.2 billion to fund the construction of affordable... Read more »

Victim’s Family Awarded $45M

A jury has awarded $45 million in damages to the four children of one of two women killed when an intoxicated driver being chased by the CHP crashed into a crowd... Read more »

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