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Two Brothers Killed at Ruben Salazar Park

Two brothers were fatally shot during a shooting on Sunday morning at the Ruben Salazar Park in East Los Angeles, according to the sheriff’s department. Deputies... Read more »

The Bicycle Casino Rolls Out Red Carpet for Hotel Unveiling

The unveiling Wednesday of a much-anticipated luxury hotel in Bell Gardens at one of the region’s most well known venues drew elected officials from throughout... Read more »

Lack of Diversity Questioned at Southwest Museum Meeting

Diana Martinez looked around the community center and was livid over what she saw: only a handful of Latinos and Native Americans among the 100 or so people gathered... Read more »

Montecito Heights Homes Searched for Evidence In Debs Park Killings

There’s been a break in the murder of two young women whose bodies were found two weeks ago at a Montecito Heights park. An unspecified number of individuals were... Read more »

Aspiring Writers Hone Skills With ‘Conchas y Cafe’

Pens in hand and notepads at the ready, the budding group of writers at the East Los Angeles Library listened intently as their instructor gave them tips on how... Read more »

Congressman Becerra Presents Flag to Cal State LA Veterans

“Veterans have made sacrifices on behalf of all Americans and their service should never be forgotten,” Rep. Xavier Becerra said Tuesday during a ceremony... Read more »

Veterans Memorial Stands Proud, Unseen

A 20-foot tall bronze monument of a fallen soldier in the arms of an angel stands on the corner of Loveland Street and Perry Road in Bell Gardens. On a typical... Read more »

Girls’ Killings Fuel Fear and Rumors

A coroner’s spokesman said Wednesday he could not comment on a report that one of two young women found dead in a Montecito Heights park had been shot in the head. Coroner’s... Read more »

Thousands Bid Farewell to Sixth Street Bridge

An iconic Los Angeles bridge was given a grand send off Saturday when thousands of people gathered on the expanse between the city’s downtown and Boyle Heights... Read more »

Candidates See Montebello as Diamond in the Rough

When Rose Gascon first moved to Montebello the city was often referred to as the “Beverly Hills of East Los Angeles,” a nickname adopted to differentiate the... Read more »

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