June 12, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

El Sereno Dispute Escalates Into Hit and Run

Two men were struck by a car occupied by three men with whom they had a fight outside an El Sereno supermarket, police said Monday. The two victims got into a fight... Read more »

Former East LA Volleyball Coach Sentenced for Molesting Girls

A 24-year-old man who admitted molesting two 15-year- old girls he met while coaching volleyball at Esteban Torres High School in East Los Angeles was sentenced... Read more »

L.A. Council Members Pull Street Repair Plan, Tax Hike On Hold

Los Angeles’s backlog of broken streets will have to wait, with Los Angeles City Council members saying Tuesday that an effort to repair 8,200 miles of deteriorating... Read more »

Breaking News: Judge Rules Teacher Tenure Unconstitutional

In a major blow to teachers’ unions, a Los Angeles judge ruled today that state laws governing teacher tenure are unconstitutional, saying students and teachers... Read more »

Man Drives into Telephone Pole After Being Shot in Montebello

A 25-year-old man was wounded in a shooting, then drove into a telephone pole in Montebello Wednesday and was pronounced dead, authorities said. Witnesses told Montebello Police... Read more »

LAUSD Blamed In ‘Special Needs’ Student’s Drowning

An investigation was underway today into the death of a 16-year-old boy who suffered from intellectual disabilities and drowned during a school visit to a swimming... Read more »

Garcetti Bets on the Kings

As the New York Rangers and the Los Angeles Kings battle for the Stanley Cup, the mayors of the teams’ home cities announced a wager Wednesday in which the losing... Read more »

Walmart Foundation Donates $115,000 to Local Non-profits

Walmart and the Walmart Foundation awarded Plaza de Arte y Cultura and AltaMed Health Services grants to support a garden, promote healthy cooking and an obesity... Read more »

Highland Park Independent Film Festival Accepting Entries

Local filmmakers are being encouraged to submit their feature films and shorts to the first annual Highland Park Independent Film Festival set to launch this fall. The... Read more »

Scrapyard Fire in Lincoln Heights Caused by Pickles and Peppers

A fire in a scrapyard that caused explosions heard throughout Lincoln Heights Tuesday may have been nothing more than pickles and peppers in brine stored in plastic... Read more »

« Previous PageNext Page »

Copyright © 2014 Eastern Group Publications, Inc. · Log in