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‘Rock En Español’ Festival – Bridging the Divide

MONTEBELLO – Can music heal international relationships? How about the bad feelings between neighbors? Organizers of an outdoor concert next week in Montebello... Read more »

L.A. County Contributes $1 Million to Immigrant Defense Fund

The Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to contribute $1 million to a legal aid fund for people at risk of deportation and confirmed that anyone convicted of a violent... Read more »

Family Receives Blessing from Archbishop

In Solidarity With All Immigrants: A family receives a blessing from Archbishop Jose H. Gomez, during a mass that united thousands of people in prayer and celebration... Read more »

City Sues to Seize Illegal Day Care and Drug Den

City Attorney Mike Feuer filed a narcotics abatement lawsuit Tuesday against the owners of a Highland Park home allegedly operating as an unlicensed daycare center... Read more »

Play Ball! City Terrace Park Gets in the Swing of Things

It’s high fives to encourage young baseball players Saturday at City Terrace Park. Pictured: (right to left) Congressman-elect Jimmy Gomez, Antonio Chapa-Senior... Read more »

Junior High Students Feel Safer at Diverse Schools

Middle school students from a range of racial and ethnic backgrounds feel safer, less lonely and less bullied if they attend schools that are more diverse, UCLA... Read more »

Convictions Vacated for Father Facing Deportation

HIGHLAND PARK – A man whose daughter filmed his detention by federal immigration agents will likely avoid deportation due to the Los Angeles City Attorney’s... Read more »

Health Officials Warn of West Nile and Zika Carrying Mosquitoes

Los Angeles County health officials last week confirmed the county’s first human case of West Nile virus for the 2017 season, a revelation followed up on Monday... Read more »

Bank of America Settles $1.9 Million Consumer Protection Lawsuit

Bank of America agreed to pay more than $1.9 million to settle a civil lawsuit alleging that the company took too long to inform customers that their phone calls... Read more »

As GOP Deliberates In Washington, Californians Fear For Their Health Coverage

More than half of Californians fear they or their loved ones will lose health coverage if the Affordable Care Act is repealed and replaced, a new statewide poll... Read more »

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