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Tougher Enforcement of Traffic Laws Can Save Lives

Researchers with the Governors Highway Safety Association report that an analysis of preliminary national federal data of vehicle related accidents nationwide by... Read more »

Rendon Sworn In As Speaker

Assemblyman Anthony Rendon was sworn in as speaker in Sacramento Monday and outlined three of his legislative priorities – poverty, legislative oversight and voter... Read more »

Community Calendar: March 10, 2016 – March 16, 2016

Today, Thursday, March 10 6-8pm – Opening Reception “From Her: An Exhibition in Honor of National Women’s History Month” at El Pueblo Historical Monument... Read more »

Homes Contaminated by Exide Could Receive Tax Relief

County Assessor Jeffrey Prang said Monday he will review the values of properties affected by lead and other contamination from the Exide battery recycling plant... Read more »

Community Calendar: March 3, 2016 – March 9, 2016

Sat., March 5 11am-2:30pm—First and Broadway Park Design/Community Input Exhibit at Grand Central Market, downtown L.A.  View all four design competition entries... Read more »

Gateway Cities Want ‘Much Needed’ Light Rail

Even though there is no station in Bell Gardens currently proposed for a light rail project that would connect riders from Downtown Los Angeles to Artesia, Mayor... Read more »

Activists Call Funds For Exide Cleanup Just the ‘First Step’

When the Exide acid-lead battery recycling plant in Vernon finally closed last spring residents exposed to the plant’s toxic pollution celebrated, mistakenly believing... Read more »

Drivers Have A Role In Arroyo Seco Parkway Safety

The Arroyo Seco Parkway or State Route 110 is hailed as the first freeway of the west and a vital artery that connects Los Angeles to Pasadena. Despite being seen... Read more »

Limpieza de Contaminación de Exide es el ‘Primer Paso’

Durante años las comunidades que rodean a la actualmente cerrada planta Exide Technologies en Vernon han estado luchando para ser escuchadas; primero para forzar... Read more »

Residents Are the Heroes In Exide Victory

The unrelenting efforts of residents and community activists deserve credit for California Gov. Brown and state legislators securing nearly $177 million for testing... Read more »

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