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Teen Shot, Critically Injured in Boyle Heights

A 15-year-old boy was shot in the head Thursday while sleeping in an RV in Boyle Heights and rushed to a hospital in critical condition, police said. Officers went... Read more »

Metro Board Redirects $700 Million Away From 710 Freeway Tunnel

In a move that could effectively kill the Long Beach (710) Freeway tunnel extension between Alhambra and Pasadena, the Metro Board of Directors voted Thursday to... Read more »

Montebello Home Searched in Connection to Missing Boy

Detectives investigating the April disappearance of a 5-year-old South Pasadena boy served a warrant today at the Montebello home of his paternal grandmother. Law... Read more »

Trump and Congress Need to Feel Our Pain

Cutting services to the working poor, disabled and children, while upping the funding for defense and slashing taxes for the rich tells Americans exactly where their... 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 »

Sheriff’s Substation Is the Answer to Many Questions

As a member of the Commerce City Council and the current Mayor, I have been involved in discussions both internally and externally regarding significant issues relating... Read more »

Metro Opens Secure Bike Parking Spot At Hollywood Red Line

A Metro Bike Hub facility now open at the Hollywood/Vine Red Line station offers parking for 64 bicycles. The $560,000, 1,000-square-foot secure-access facility... Read more »

Homeless Advisory Group Seeking Applicants

LOS ANGELES  – The Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority is seeking individuals who have experienced homelessness to join an advisory group. “The (Lived... Read more »

L.A. – 2nd Worst Place to Live if You’re Trying to Save

The Los Angeles and Anaheim areas are among the worst places to live if you’re trying to save money, according to a study released Monday by a personal finances... Read more »

Tab For Single-Payer Proposal In California Could Run $400 Billion

A proposed single-payer health system in California would cost about $400 billion annually, with up to half of that money coming from a new payroll tax on workers... Read more »

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