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U.S. Flags Retired In Vernon Ceremony

There were hundreds of them: U.S. flags battered by years of exposure to sun and pollution, a far cry from the vibrant red, white and blue of their “Old Glory”... Read more »

Fireworks Raise Risk of Brush Fires and ER Trips

Dangerously dry hillsides from years of little rain has fire officials across the state worried that fireworks could spark a new round of wildfires, putting people,... Read more »

History: Same Sex Marriage Law of the Land

The U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling today legalizing same-sex marriage is a victory for civil rights, but it may not change the way all Americans view gay and lesbian... Read more »

Why Always Us? Ask East L.A. Residents

Angered by the possibility of another transportation project devastating their community, dozens of eastside residents expressed their opposition to a SR-710 North... Read more »

Health Concerns Weigh Heavy on East L.A. Residents

At a meeting in East Los Angeles Saturday, resident after resident voiced concern that a “plague” of pollution and health issues could rain down on their predominately... Read more »

Montebello Hills Housing Project Approved

Montebello Councilman Bill Molinari rigorously questioned developers for more than an hour about a proposed residential development in the city, but in the end,... Read more »

Master Chicano Artist George Yepes to Unveil New Work at Olvera Street

It’s a perfect match. George Yepes will unveil his latest work at Corazon de Los Angeles, historic Olvera Street’s newest gallery on Saturday, June 27, 6:00... Read more »

Bell Gardens ‘Betting’ on Casino’s Hotel

An increase in revenue coming from the opening later this year of a highly anticipated seven-story, 100-room hotel at The Bicycle Casino, could just be the winning... Read more »

Special Olympics Athletes Help Open Lincoln Heights Summer Pool Program

The calendar may still say it’s spring, but at Downey Recreation Center in Lincoln Heights Monday, summer was in full swing with the start of the annual swim season... Read more »

Homeless Dwellings Removed from Arroyo Seco Channel

Struggling to push the bicycle loaded with his belongings along the bumpy path carved out of the brush next to the Arroyo Seco channel in Highland Park last week,... Read more »

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