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Exide: Nearby Residents Still Living in Fear

Promises to clean up lead and other toxic waste has done little to calm the fears of people living in the shadow of the now closed Exide battery-recycling plant... Read more »

Social Gathering Connects Residents to City

VERNON – Summer was in full swing last week at the Vernon Village Park Apartments, where residents enjoyed a variety of fun activities and food, courtesy of... Read more »

Vernon Welcomes New Police Chief

A familiar face in Southeast Los Angeles County will serve as Vernon’s new police chief, the city has announced. Anthony Miranda, a former Bell acting chief of... Read more »

Door-to-Door Exide Campaign Kicks Off Saturday

Los Angeles County health officials and volunteers will be going door-to-door Saturday, visiting thousands of homes near the former Exide battery-recycling plant... Read more »

California Busca Modernizar Sistema de Votación

Con el fin de facilitar el voto en California, la asambleísta Lorena González y el secretario estatal Alex Padilla promovieron el 23 de mayo un proyecto de ley... Read more »

Miedo a Trump Eleva las Naturalizaciones de Inmigrantes

El presidente Donald Trump y su retórica migratoria han llevado a miles de hispanos a convertirse en ciudadanos estadounidenses en los últimos meses para sentirse... Read more »

Millones de personas enfermas enfrentarían primas altísimas, según nuevo informe

El informe de la Oficina de Presupuesto del Congreso (CBO) conocido el miércoles 24 de mayo indicó que, bajo el proyecto de salud republicano aprobado por la Cámara... Read more »

Casi una Décima Parte de Niños Mexicanos Moja la Cama Por las Noches

Cerca de 12% de los niños mexicanos entre 5 y 10 años sufren de enuresis, un padecimiento hereditario que los hace mojar la cama y genera problemas de autoestima... Read more »

Vernon: A Changed City

Listening to and responding to residents is one of the hallmarks of good government and creating connections that make that happen has the been the focus for the... Read more »

Council Opposes Senate Bill that Would Bring Changes to Metro Board

The Los Angeles City Council unanimously opposed a state Senate bill that would drastically overhaul the governing board of Metro. The bill is Sen. Tony Mendoza’s... Read more »

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