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Reduce Energy Costs With SoCalGas Rebates

Southern California Gas Co. Thursday issued a reminder about available smart thermostat and appliance rebates that give customers cash back while helping keep natural... Read more »

Confused About Your Health Care Options? Arroyo Vista Family Health Center’s Certified Counselors Can Help

With all the talk and news about efforts to end the Affordable Care Act, aka Obamacare, it’s not surprising that many people are confused about the future of their... Read more »

Council Committees Approve Plan for Street Vending Permit System

Two Los Angeles City Council committees approved a comprehensive plan Wednesday for a regulated permit system for street vending, which would end the city’s distinction... Read more »

Remembering Vets With Monuments and Jobs

In 1938 the U.S. Congress made November 11 a national holiday to honor veterans who fought in World War I. Formerly known as Armistice Day, veterans service organizations... Read more »

Acute Confusion As Exchange Enrollment Gets Underway

If the comments on Covered California’s Facebook page are any indication, you’re all suffering from acute health insurance confusion: “I wanted to sign up... Read more »

Police Chase Reckless Driver from East L.A. to Commerce; Driver Got Away

(CNS) – A reckless driver led police officers on a wild chase from East Los Angeles to Commerce before evading his pursuers by heading west on the Glen Anderson... Read more »

No Vendrá Nada Bueno con Mayor Impuesto de Gas, Se Quejan los Consumidores

“Cualquier persona que crea que el dinero realmente se usará para arreglar las carreteras es ilusorio”, dijo Lisa el martes mientras llenaba el tanque de gasolina... Read more »

Man Shot Dead In Lincoln Heights

A man was shot dead near the Gold Line train station in Lincoln Heights by one of three men who approached him and began arguing, a police sergeant said Sunday. The... Read more »

LAUSD Board Members Call on Rodriguez to Take ‘Leave’

Three members of the Los Angeles Unified School District Board of Education Tuesday called on their colleague Ref Rodriguez to take a leave of absence from the panel... Read more »

Changes to 1-710 Corridor Will Be Hardest on Low-Income Areas

Monday was the last day to submit comments on the draft version of an environmental report for a project to improve traffic congestion and air pollution along a... Read more »

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