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Two Critically Injured in Lincoln Heights: Sheriffs Investigating

The investigation into two males found critically injured today in the Lincoln Heights area, one with a gunshot wound, has led to three separate crime scenes, according... Read more »

Community Calendar: April 13, 2017 – April 19, 2017

Friday, April 14 8:30am-5pm–Opening Two-Day Conference on Works of Acclaimed Mexican Writer Alfonso Reyes at Cal State L.A. Event celebrates 2017: Year of Mexico... Read more »

Gomez, Ahn to Face Off in June 6 Runoff

Assemblyman Jimmy Gomez will likely face Los Angeles Planning Commissioner and Attorney Robert Lee Ahn in a June 6 runoff in the 34th Congressional District special... Read more »

Asambleísta Latino Lidera Elección Especial de Congresista por el Distrito 34

El asambleísta Jimmy Gómez probablemente se enfrentará con el Comisionado de Planificación de Los Ángeles, Robert Lee Ahn, en las elecciones especiales de desempate,... Read more »

A Time of Political Uncertainty for DACA

With President Trump’s inauguration came the beginning of an era that has instilled fear and worry amongst the country’s most vulnerable, including undocumented... Read more »

Tuesday’s 34th Congressional Special Election is a Rare Chance for New Leadership

On Tuesday, April 4, a Special Election will be held to fill the 34th Congressional seat left vacant when Xavier Becerra became California’s attorney general. It’s... Read more »

L.A. Expands Special Order 40 to Other Agencies, Departments

The City Council unanimously approved a resolution Wednesday in support of federal legislation that would ensure individuals being held or detained at a port of... Read more »

A Tough Week for the Trump, the GOP, and Americans

It’s been a strange week as far as President Trump’s administration is concerned. He and Republican House leadership have been busy trying to explain why the... Read more »

Candidates Discuss Northeast L.A. Issues

The crowd at a city council candidate forum Monday in Lincoln Heights was a little more restrained than during a similar forum last week in Glassell Park, even though... Read more »

CSULA No. 1 in Moving Students Up the Income Ladder

Low-income students who graduate from Cal State University, Los Angeles are more likely to move up the income ladder then students at other universities, including... Read more »

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