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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 »

Donald Trump se marcha de Las Vegas sin hablar sobre el control de armas

Las Vegas (NV)–El presidente, Donald Trump, concluyó miércoles su visita a Las Vegas (Nevada), donde el domingo murieron 58 personas y más de 500 resultaron... 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 »

L.A. Councilman Calls for Glendale to Extend Scholl Canyon Landfill Review

 “Given no outreach has been offered to the residents of Eagle Rock who bear a significant burden from the operation of the landfill,” Los Angeles Councilman... Read more »

Alcalde visita tienda que promueve creatividad de productos de Los Ángeles

Los Ángeles—Como parte de la campaña “LA Original”, que promueve los productos diseñados y fabricados en Los Ángeles, el alcalde de la ciudad, Eric Garcetti,... Read more »

Senadores buscan unidad para dar una solución a los “soñadores”

Washington–Representantes de los partidos Republicano y Demócrata quisieron hoy dar una imagen de unidad ante el problema al que se enfrentan los beneficiarios... Read more »

Optimist Honor Young Volunteers for Service

The volunteer work of Jasmine Serbin and Jestin Jimenez (seated, holding certificates) was recognized Saturday, Sept. 30 at a breakfast hosted by the Optimist Club-East... Read more »

Court Throws Out 2006 Conviction of ‘Teen’ in Highland Park Murder

A federal appeals panel has thrown out a man’s murder conviction, finding that Los Angeles police violated the then-teenager’s rights by denying his request... Read more »

L.A.’s ‘Creative Economy’ Gets Boost From City

Mayor Eric Garcetti this week announced the start of a program aimed to support Los Angeles’ creative economy. LA Original is a pilot program to spotlight and... Read more »

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