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De León Takes Leadership of Senate

Sen. Kevin de León, D-Los Angeles, officially became one of the most powerful elected officials in California Wednesday, becoming the first Latino to hold the Senate... Read more »

Beware: Yellow Fever Mosquitoes Found in Commerce, Pico Rivera

Yellow fever mosquitoes, a tropical and subtropical insect capable of spreading disease, were found in Commerce and Pico Rivera last week, the first discovery of... Read more »

‘Jail Hotels’ Offer An Alternative to County

If you have been sentenced to jail time for a low-level crime and have enough money, doing the time in a Los Angeles County jail facility may not be your only option. Close... Read more »

Hate Crimes In County Hit 24-Year Low

Reported hate crimes in Los Angeles County declined by 17 percent in 2013 from the previous year, marking the lowest total in 24 years, the county Commission on... Read more »

Garcetti Issues Water Reduction Order

Mayor Eric Garcetti signed an executive directive Tuesday calling for a 20 percent reduction in the city’s fresh water use by 2017, and a 50 percent cut in the... Read more »

Montebello Kicks Off Almont League Play with 17-14 Win

A tough year became much better for the Montebello High School football team in one night, as the Oilers scored their first victory of the season at the right time. Montebello... Read more »

Avenue 50’s Gallegos: Hispanic Heritage Month Local Hero

“We seek to build bridges of cultural understanding through artistic expressions. We develop programming to inform our community through innovative projects that... Read more »

Man Fatally Stabbed in Unincorporated Area

  [Update Oct. 20: Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department identify the victim as a 35-year old male Hispanic. When authorities arrived they discovered the... Read more »

Mayor Daniel Crespo Laid to Rest

A public memorial service for Bell Gardens Mayor Daniel Crespo was held Monday at the Rose Hills Memorial Chapel in Whittier.  Over 200 people attended the public... Read more »

L.A. Council Discuss Artificial Turf

The Los Angeles City Council asked its staff Tuesday to develop proposals that would make it easier for residents to install artificial turf – instead of water-using... Read more »

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