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When You Want Something Done, Call ‘Don Alex’

BELL GARDENS – From volunteering at the monthly food bank to dressing up as Santa Claus for the police department’s toy giveaway, Alejandro Ceja Garcia is always... Read more »

California’s Kids Are Healthier But Many Are Living In Poverty

Ambar Garcia, who lives just north of downtown Los Angeles, said she’s thankful her two daughters have health coverage through California’s version of Medicaid,... Read more »

Election Could ‘Shake Up’ Commerce City Council

A contentious election that had candidates accusing each other of spreading misleading information and engaging in dirty campaign tactics appears to have ended with... Read more »

Gomez to Represent 34th in U.S. Congress

Assemblyman Jimmy Gomez will be sworn in as a member of the House of Representatives later this month after defeating public interest attorney and fellow Democrat... Read more »

Six-Years Later, Familial DNA Used to Find Killer of Teen, Young Woman

Nearly six years have passed since the rape and killings of a teenage girl and young woman in Lincoln Heights sparked fear that a serial killer could be on the loose. Pleas... Read more »

Fate of Veteran Park Still Up In The Air

COMMERCE – For the last few months, Cynthia Venegas has been forced to travel to Montebello for her daughter’s volleyball practice because the park in Commerce... Read more »

Metro Board Redirects $700 Million Away From 710 Freeway Tunnel

In a move that could effectively kill the Long Beach (710) Freeway tunnel extension between Alhambra and Pasadena, the Metro Board of Directors voted Thursday to... Read more »

Eastside Youth Demand Inclusion in City Budget

Feeling they don’t have a seat at the table during budget season, over 200 local students rallied outside Los Angeles City Hall Tuesday and invited the mayor and... Read more »

Gov. Takes ‘Environmental Justice’ Tour of Areas Ravaged by Pollution

Gov. Jerry Brown got a close-up look Tuesday at the traffic, pollution, and industries that have long wreaked havoc on the health of residents living in southeast... Read more »

Cedillo Claims Victory With 70% of Vote

After widely being expected to win re-election outright in March, Councilman Gilbert “Gil” Cedillo finally declared victory Tuesday, crushing challenger Joe... Read more »

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