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Arroyo Vista Recognizes Local LAPD Officers

Arroyo Vista Family Health Center and the Lincoln Heights Benefit Association of Los Angeles (BID) celebrated National Health Center Week with a free health fair... Read more »

Report: Poor Road Conditions Cost Average L.A.-Area Driver Nearly $3,000

Poor road conditions in the Los Angeles area cost the average motorist about $3,000 a year due to higher vehicle costs, traffic crashes and congestion-related delays,... Read more »

DWP Board Toughens Turf Replacement Rules

The Board of Water and Power Commissioners Tuesday tightened up the criteria for granting turf removal rebates, under which synthetic turf and mulch will  no longer... Read more »

County to Review Racial Bias in Law Enforcement Agencies

The Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Tuesday to take a look at whether Los Angeles County’s law enforcement agencies can do more to mitigate implicit racial... Read more »

Teen Arrested in Connection to Ex-Girlfriend’s Stabbing

PICO RIVERA – Authorities Tuesday arrested the ex-boyfriend of a 16-year-old girl who was fatally stabbed in her Pico Rivera home last Friday. Rory Murga, 17,... Read more »

Many U.S. Black and Hispanic Children Lack Mental Health Care

New America Media – Black and Hispanic children and young adults with mental health issues are about half as likely as their white counterparts to get mental... Read more »

Rams Win in First NFL Game in Coliseum Since 1994

The long-awaited return of the NFL to Los Angeles finally came true Saturday night when the Los Angeles Rams beat the Dallas Cowboys 28-24 in the first game in the... Read more »

Jazz It Up Latin Style This Weekend

Now in its third year, the 2016 Latin Jazz and Musical Festival returns to Northeast Los Angeles this weekend, with two days of great live outdoor performances,... Read more »

CSULA Boosts Garfield Students STEM Skills

No they are not doctors, but twenty students from Garfield High School were presented with white lab coats following their completion of a two-week Grifols Summer... Read more »

DWP Board Toughens Turf Replacement Rules

The Board of Water and Power Commissioners Tuesday tightened up the criteria for granting turf removal rebates, under which synthetic turf and mulch will  no longer... Read more »

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