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Decriminalizing Street Vending at L.A. Parks Under Review

Two Los Angeles City Council members introduced a motion Tuesday that would decriminalize street vending in the city’s parks in an effort to protect undocumented... Read more »

L.A. to Toughen Enforcement of Alcohol Sales at Gas Stations

A Los Angeles City Council committee voted Tuesday in favor of adopting stricter enforcement of the sale of alcoholic beverages at gas stations in an effort to reduce... Read more »

Las embarazadas tienen mayor necesidad de una vacuna antigripal

March of Dimes señala que enfermarse de gripe en las primeras etapas del embarazo eleva al doble la probabilidad de que el bebé tenga un defecto congénito grave... Read more »

Los latinos surge en facultad, pero las tasas de graduación caen

El número de latinos en la universidad en California está aumentando, pero sus tasas de graduación aún están muy por detrás de otros grupos, según un nuevo... Read more »

Languidece la esperanza de los “soñadores” tras el plan migratorio de Trump

Los Ángeles –Tras conocerse las prioridades migratorias del presidente Donald Trump y que condicionan de manera notable el dar estatus permanente a los beneficiarios... Read more »

Evento para Ayudar a Planificar para la Universidad

LOS ANGELES -En nombre de la 16ª Convención Anual de Colegio y Carreras, habrá un Día de Familias y la Comunidad que incluirá $10,000 en becas disponibles,... Read more »

Health Officials Continues to Hammer State’s Exide Plan

The state is still not doing enough to protect residents who live near the now-shuttered Exide battery recycling plant in Vernon, the county’s public health director... Read more »

County to No Longer Observe Columbus Day

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday became the latest municipal body to drop Christopher Columbus from favored status, voting to eliminate all... Read more »

Thousands of Cyclists to Take Over Downtown Streets Sunday

CicLAvia returns to downtown Los Angeles this weekend, with a new hub in Echo Park, Metro officials have announced. On Sunday, Oct. 8, thousands of bikers and pedestrians... Read more »

Man Found Shot Dead in Commerce Identified

Authorities on Monday identified a man who was found shot to death in a dirt field in Commerce. The body was discovered about 10 a.m. last Friday in the 2000 block... Read more »

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