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Dodgers Win First Pennant Since 1988, Next Stop the World Series

The Los Angeles Dodgers could learn today who they’ll face in the World Series after they won their first National League pennant since 1988 with an 11-1 victory... Read more »

Montebello Voters Face Decision on Sales Tax Hike

Unregistered Montebello residents have until Oct. 23 to register for the city’s special election on Nov. 7, an election that could result in an increase in the... Read more »

De Leon Formally Announces U.S. Senate Bid

State Senate President Pro Tem Kevin de Leon formally began his campaign for the U.S. Senate Wednesday at Los Angeles Trade Technical College in downtown Los Angeles,... Read more »

Study: Hispanics Immigrant Children Less Likely to Have Bad Experiences

A new study of national survey information gathered on more than 12,000 Hispanic children from immigrant and U.S.-native families found that although they experience... Read more »

No Warrant? No Access: County Bars ICE Agents From ‘Sensitive’ Locations

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to bar access to non-public areas of county properties — including hospitals, libraries and social services... Read more »

State Agencies Banned From Contributing Info to Feds’ Ethnic, Religious Registries

A new law authored by Sen. Ricardo Lara of Bell Gardens that prevents California agencies from sharing certain data with the federal government has been signed into... Read more »

Outside Hearing Officer to Oversee Ethics Case Against LAUSD Board Member

The Los Angeles City Ethics Commission opted Tuesday to bring in an outside hearing officer to oversee its case against Los Angeles Unified School District Board... Read more »

Calif. Delegation Meets With Dreamers

California members of Congress were in Los Angeles Wednesday where they held a roundtable discussion with young immigrants currently protected from deportation under... Read more »

L.A. Stopped Accepting ‘Section 8’ Applications More Than a Decade Ago, That Changes Monday

It has been more than a decade since the city of Los Angeles stopped accepting applications for Section 8 housing vouchers, but that’s about to change Monday when... Read more »

Wachdog Report: Sheriff Dept. Aiding ICE More Than It Lets On

While Los Angeles County Sheriff Jim McDonnell assured the public that his department had scaled back its cooperation with federal immigration agents, ICE agents... Read more »

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