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Exide: L.A. Councilman Makes Move to Step In

Saying he’s lost confidence in the state agency overseeing the cleanup of toxic lead contamination from the now closed Exide plant in Vernon, Los Angeles City... Read more »

City, County Move to Tackle Homelessness

The city and county of Los Angeles on Tuesday approved far-reaching plans to tackle homelessness in the region. The votes came on the same afternoon a homeless man... Read more »

Neighborhood Councils Gearing Up for Elections

Every day people living in Los Angeles can take an active role in city government by serving on one of the city’s 96 neighborhood councils, spread out over 12... Read more »

Boyle Heights: Showcasing Young Talent at Work

Talent comes in many forms. It can be found in the young and the old and blossoms most when encouraged and celebrated. That was the goal of the annual Boyle Heights... Read more »

City Attorney Cracks Down on NELA ‘Brothels’

City Attorney Mike Feuer announced Wednesday the filing of a lawsuit against the operators of an alleged ring of brothels fronted by massage parlors in Eagle Rock,... Read more »

Car-to-Car Shooting Causes Crash, Kills Two

Authorities identified a 18-year-old who was fatally shot in Boyle Heights along with his pregnant passenger, who suffered fatal injuries when the car crashed into... Read more »

Man Fatally Shot in Lincoln Heights ID’d

Authorities Wednesday identified a man who was shot in his car on a street in Lincoln Heights, as investigators continued their efforts to determine if four gang... Read more »

Street Improvement Projects in Eagle Rock, Boyle Heights Earmarked

Street improvement projects in Eagle Rock and the Boyle Heights area were recently earmarked for almost $18 million in state and other funds, City Councilman Jose... Read more »

Lee Baca Admits to Lying to Federal Investigators

Former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca pleaded guilty Wednesday to a federal charge of lying to investigators during an FBI probe of corruption in the jail system. Under... Read more »

Exide Plant Cleanup ‘Ignites’ New Fears

Restarting the 100-ton kettles to recapture lead at the now shuttered Exide battery recycling plant in Vernon could expose residents and workers within a two-mile... Read more »

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