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No Shortage of Issues, Hollenbeck Residents Tell L.A.’s City Attorney

Rogue marijuana dispensaries, illegal dumping and public safety were some of the hot button issues people at a forum Tuesday night in Boyle Heights told Los Angeles... Read more »

Residents Don’t Trust Exide to Live Up to Deal

A decision by state air quality regulators that could allow a controversial acid-lead battery recycling plant in Vernon to reopen by the end of the year is being... Read more »

Crowd Lambasts Beck to LAPD Commission

Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck sat motionless as speaker after speaker criticized his job as the city’s top cop during a meeting of the city’s police... Read more »

Montebello Credits Focus on Gangs for Drop In Homicides

It’s halfway through the year and according to the city’s crime data, Montebello is experiencing a record low number of homicides. While that’s good news to... Read more »

Its Budget Under Control, Montebello Invests in Streets

A tanking economy, loss of redevelopment funds and years of poor budget decisions forced Montebello to cut funds for street and sidewalk repairs. But now, following... Read more »

Vernon Businesses Feel Sting of Balanced Budget

After years of financial instability the city of Vernon continues to slowly get its finances back in order, balancing its budget again this fiscal year. But the... Read more »

Bell Gardens Turns Deficit to Surplus

After a year of cuts to staff, citywide events and expenses, the city of Bell Gardens has turned a $1.1 million deficit into a $293,000 surplus. The city manager,... Read more »

‘Storying Wyvernwood’ – The CSULA Exhibit

A multimedia exhibit resulting from a year-long collaboration between Cal State L.A. students and faculty and residents of an eastside Los Angeles neighborhood –... Read more »

‘Bow Wowing’ the Competition

From cocker spaniels and beagles to Chihuahuas and mixed breeds, dozens of cute and some not so cute dogs showed off their looks and some crazy doggy styles at a... Read more »

‘Collegebound’ Students Get a Closer Look at CSULA

Eager to learn more about getting into college, students from throughout the Montebello Unified School District toured the Cal State LA campus, hoping to get a jumpstart... Read more »

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