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Los Ángeles y Long Beach Tienen la Mayor Polución por Ozono, Revela Estudio

El área metropolitana de Los Ángeles-Long Beach-Riverside, con mayoría de población hispana, tiene la mayor polución por ozono y la cuarta peor en polución... Read more »

Supreme Court Justices Should Uphold President’s Actions on Immigration

Will the United States Supreme Court decide President Obama was within his right to grant deferred deportation to some persons in the country illegally because the... Read more »

Hombre de Bell Gardens Acusado por Muerte de Dos Hermanos en el Parque Salazar

Pedro Vásquez,23, de Bell Gardens fue acusado de la muerte de los hermanos Antonio Aguilar, 33, y Juan Aguilar, 28, en el parque Rúben Salazar Park, anunció el... Read more »

Gov. Brown Signs Legislation to Fund Exide Clean-Up

Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation today providing $176.6 million in funding for environmental testing and cleanup work in neighborhoods surrounding the now-shuttered... Read more »

Justices Appear Divided On Immigration Case

The atmosphere was celebratory, as if they had already won. In reality, victory, defeat or a draw in a case that could determine the future of millions of immigrants... Read more »

L.A. Workers Close to Double Number of Paid Sick Leave

The City Council Tuesday tentatively approved a proposal to require employers in Los Angeles to offer at least six days of paid sick leave to workers — twice the... Read more »

Community Calendar: April 21, 2016 – April 27, 2016

Today, Thur., April 21 11am-12pm—Basic Computer Tutoring for Adults at the Montebello Library. Learn basic computer skills? Join the Montebello Library as they... Read more »

Bill to Fund Exide Cleanup on Its Way to Governor’s Desk

The state Assembly today approved $176.6 million in funding for environmental testing and cleanup work in neighborhoods surrounding the now-shuttered Exide Technologies... Read more »

Dedicated Facilities Needed to Treat Lead Exposure

The latest development in the number of cases of lead contamination from Exide Technologies comes from a Los Angeles County public health official’s report to... Read more »

L.A. County Supervisors Frustrated By Pace of Exide Cleanup

County workers have moved quickly to assess soil, arrange cleanup and reach out to 500 families living near the now-shuttered Exide Technologies battery recycling... Read more »

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