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Bell Gardens All-Stars: They’re Girls

Across the country this week, baseball fans were focused on Major League Baseball’s All Star Game played Tuesday and the L.A. (of Anaheim) Angel’s Mike Trout’s... Read more »

No Single Strategy to Fighting Crime

It was still light out when officers from the Los Angeles Police Department’s Gang Division stopped three young men in a Glassell Park neighborhood that for years... Read more »

Commerce Hit By Fallout From Freeway Fire Closure

It’s happened again. Traffic on City of Commerce streets was backed up for more than a day following the closure of a freeway that runs through the city. A grass... Read more »

Bell Gardens Barricade Ends In Arrest

An alleged gang member wanted for attempted murder in a shooting that left two people in Bell Gardens wounded last week was arrested Monday following a five-hour... Read more »

Attempted Murder Suspect In Custody Following SWAT Standoff

An attempted murder suspect who was barricaded for several hours inside his residence in Bell Gardens was taken into custody by a SWAT team, authorities said. Officers... Read more »

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 »

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