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County Will Fight Moves to Cut Its Metro Board Seats

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors went on record Tuesday against a state bill that would cut the number of county seats on the Metropolitan Transportation... Read more »

L.A. Councils Backs State “Emergency Declaration” on Homelessness

The Los Angeles City Council joined state lawmakers Tuesday in urging Gov. Jerry Brown to declare homelessness a statewide emergency, an action that would fast-track... Read more »

Split Court Allows Teacher Tenure Rules to Stand

A divided state Supreme Court Monday declined to review an appeals court ruling that upheld California’s statutes governing teacher tenure and the firing of educators,... Read more »

LAUSD Moving to Later Start Date

Citing concerns about the heat and conflicts with family vacations, three members of the Los Angeles Unified School District board called Tuesday for a later start... Read more »

L.A. Court Warns of Juror Scam

Scammers are trying to con Los Angeles County residents out of cash by calling and posing as sheriff’s deputies who demand thousands of dollars to clear up... Read more »

Police Videos Should Be Routinely Released to the Public

The latest demonstration of police misconduct and abuse under the color of authority is clearly seen on a video recently obtained by the Los Angeles Times by order... Read more »

Community Calendar: Aug. 25, 2016 – Aug. 31, 2016

Thursday Aug. 25 4-5:30pm–Art of Spoken Word Workshop at the City Terrace Library. Teens can explore their creative side & learn about the power of poetry... Read more »

Southeast Areas Question Measure M Benefits

Located along the state’s worst traffic bottleneck, the city of Commerce has for decades had to deal with more than its fair share of traffic, yet it’s unlikely... Read more »

Lead Found at LAUSD Schools

After learning lead had been found at Lorena Street Elementary where her two grandchildren attend school, Rosalia Valle wanted reassurance that they would be safe... Read more »

Opponents Lining Up to Fight ‘DWP Power Grab’

Former City Controller Laura Chick, actor/environmentalist Ed Begley Jr., former City Councilman Nate Holden hope to pour water on the city’s November ballot... Read more »

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