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Crisis Counselors Sent to East L.A. Schools Following Killing

Students, teachers and staff at Griffith Middle School and Garfield High School in East Los Angeles are receiving counseling to help them deal with the fatal stabbing... Read more »

Commerce Begins Project to Improve Traffic Bottleneck

The City of Commerce on Friday celebrated the formal groundbreaking of a $30 million project to improve Washington Boulevard, a major thoroughfare in the region. The... Read more »

Monterey Park Crossing Guard Killed in Accident

A 76-year-old crossing guard who was struck and killed by a car in Monterey Park was identified Wednesday by the coroner’s office, while a collection of notes... Read more »

Bell Gardens Reflects on ‘Trying’ Year

Bell Gardens Councilwoman Priscilla Flores was recognized for her service as Mayor Pro Tem during a difficult year for the city during the annual reorganization... Read more »

Monterey Park Housing Project Moves Forward Despite Council Split

The time granted to a local developer to pay off nearly $3 million it will owe the city was nearly doubled Monday over the vocal objections of two Monterey Park... Read more »

Exide Violates Hazardous Waste Laws

A recent inspection led the Department of Toxic Substance Control Wednesday to issue eight new violations to embattled Exide Technologies related to their handling... Read more »

‘New Beginning’ for Southwest Museum

Long time supporters of the Southwest Museum in the Mount Washington area of Los Angeles are hailing last week’s naming of the 100-year-old site as a “national... Read more »

Journalist Ruben Salazar to be Focus of Cal State LA Panel

A panel discussion on the relevance Mexican American journalist Ruben Salazar’s life and work has in today’s society will take place Feb. 4 at Cal State University,... Read more »

Teen Pleads Not Guilty in Deadly Carjacking

A teenage boy pleaded not guilty last week to murder and carjacking charges for allegedly jumping into a car owned by a 19-year-old man, who tried to hang onto the... Read more »

Lawyers Seek Delay in Calderon Corruption Trial

Lawyers have agreed to delay the public corruption trial of former state Sen. Ron Calderon and his brother until August, court papers obtained last Thursday show. Prosecutors... Read more »

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