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Get SCAQMD Air Alerts Via Email

The South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) is urging southlanders to sign up to receive the agency’s residential no-burn and other air quality alerts... Read more »

Supervisors Put Attention on Human Trafficking

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors declared January “National Human Trafficking Month” Tuesday to mark three years of fighting to protect victims of... Read more »

Shops at Montebello Restaurant Robbed

A lone gunman robbed an Olive Garden restaurant and five employees in a San Gabriel-area shopping mall Monday, making off with an unknown amount of cash. Deputies... Read more »

Caltrans Work Sunday on East L.A. Interchange -Expect Delays

About 100 Caltrans workers will be doing “swarm maintenance” along the three freeways that feed into the East Los Angeles interchange on Sunday. The men and... Read more »

People Fleeing ‘Gunman’ Take Refuge In Store

Two people fled into a Montebello store Wednesday and told a clerk they were being chased by a man with a gun. All three ran into the back of 1111 W. Washington... Read more »

Gas Leaks Force Closure of Commerce Park

Multiple minor gas leaks caused the temporary closure of Rosewood Park in Commerce Monday. The gas leak was discovered around 5 p.m. prompting city staff to close... Read more »

Water Main Break Closes Lincoln Boulevard

A water main break caused the closure of a major street in Montebello Sunday afternoon. At approximately 2 p.m. Sunday, all lanes of Lincoln Avenue between San Gabriel... Read more »

Workers Injured In Commerce Casino Accident

Five people were taken to a hospital Jan. 3 after falling at the Commerce Casino. Firefighters were summoned about 3:15 p.m. to the casino at 6131 Telegraph Road,... Read more »

Trail to Hollywood Sign Reopens

The Beachwood Canyon entrance of a trail that leads to a view of the Hollywood Sign re-opened to pedestrians on Monday, city Recreation and Parks officials announced. A... Read more »

‘Made In America’ Made Money for L.A.

A two-day music festival at Grand Park held over Labor Day weekend generated a total of $14.7 million in economic activity for the city of Los Angeles, officials... Read more »

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