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Public In ‘Disbelief’ Following Olympic Boxing Champ’s Arrest For Lewd Acts on Young Girl

Word that a local sports hero had been arrested on suspicion of performing lewd acts on a girl younger than 14 spread quickly through the Eastside, with hundreds... Read more »

Nueva Exposición Explora “El Arte de la Protesta”

Epifanía: una palabra que para muchos evoca asociaciones religiosas, como la aparición de Dios o un festival cristiano celebrando la divinidad de Dios. También... Read more »

New Exhibition Explores ‘The Art of Protest’

Epiphany: A word that for many conjures up religious associations, such as the appearance God or a Christian festival celebrating God’s divinity. It can also mean... Read more »

Plan Para Construir Viviendas Asequibles en Lotes de Estacionamientos de la Ciudad Toma Fuerza

Los lugares de estacionamiento son preciados en la ciudad de Los Ángeles. La amenaza de perder incluso algunos espacios de estacionamiento puede provocar pánico... Read more »

Ex Chicana Service Action CEO Sentenced to Prison in Embezzlement Case

A former top executive of a nonprofit group that provides counseling, job-placement and other services was sentenced Wednesday to six years in state prison and ordered... Read more »

Donations Needed to Help Families Cover Winter Fuel Bills

Southern California Gas Co. on Monday urged customers and the utility’s employees to contribute to the company’s Gas Assistance Fund, a program that helps income-qualified... Read more »

Carrillo Wins 51st Assembly Seat

Community activist Wendy Carrillo will take office in January when the Assembly begins the second year of a two-year session after defeating fellow Democrat Luis... Read more »

Assembly Special Election: Carrillo Leading In Early Vote Count

Community activist Wendy Carrillo led nonprofit healthcare director Luis Lop 55.59 percent-44.41 percent in the count of vote by mail ballots for today’s 51st... Read more »

Ready for Some Holiday Cheer? Head On Over to the Annual East L.A. Christmas Parade

It’s not quite Thanksgiving yet, but that doesn’t matter to the thousands of people who will line up Sunday along iconic Whittier Boulevard to take in all the... Read more »

Art Students’ Transportation ‘Visions’ to be Honored at Measure M Gala

A group of student artists whose work captures their vision for transportation in the future will be honored Saturday at a gala event marking the one year anniversary... Read more »

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