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Surprised Commerce Teen Signs Letter of Intent to Play Water Polo

Family members and supporters surprised a Montebello High School senior Tuesday as she signed a letter of intent to play water polo at the University of Michigan,... Read more »

Sheriff Candidates Face Off in Boyle Heights

Candidates vying to head the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department were at the Hollenbeck Youth Center in Boyle Heights last week to take part in a debate that... Read more »

Montebello Exploring Renovations on Whittier Boulevard Corridor

A major boulevard that welcomes residents and visitors to the city of Montebello has seen its share of renovations aimed at improving the economy of a street famous... Read more »

Fatal Shooting Disturbs Traffic, But Is Little Noticed by Passersby

The fatal shooting Tuesday of 52-year-old man in the Northeast Los Angeles neighborhood of Hermon tied up traffic for hours on the northbound Pasadena (110) freeway... Read more »

East, Northeast Neighborhood Councils Elections on Saturday

People who live, work, pray or maybe even play in areas represented by Region 8 Neighborhood Councils, can vote this coming Saturday, April 26 to elect new members... Read more »

Stakes High for Latinos in Battle Over Herbalife

California based nutrition-supplement giant Herbalife has been busily trying to shore up support from prominent Latinos, amid claims by some Latino groups and former... Read more »

Exide Lays Off Over 100 Workers at Shuttered Plant

With its Vernon battery-recycling plant still shuttered thanks to a dispute with air-quality regulators, Exide Technologies issued temporary layoff notices Monday... Read more »

Former MUSD Teacher’s Trust Donates $1 Million to ELAC for Scholarships

Ambitious students attending East Los Angeles College who are having a hard time paying for college may have a new financial resource, thanks to a $ 1 million dollar... Read more »

Hispanic and Other Ethnic Adults Invisible In Clinical Trials

Less than 5 percent of the participants in federally funded clinical trials are non-white, and less than 2 percent of clinical cancer research studies focus on non-white... Read more »

L.A.’s Original Aqueduct ‘Zanja Madre’ to be Displayed

A part of Los Angeles history could soon be on display, according to  Councilman Gil Cedillo who helped secure support for preserving  the “Zanja Madre” public... Read more »

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