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Another Pet Attacked by Coyote in Commerce

For the second time in two weeks, a small pet has been attacked by a coyote in Commerce. The lastest attack occurred Monday around 6 p.m. in a resedential area near... Read more »

Teachers Make a Difference, Says MUSD Community

Cuts to teaching positions were supposed to be minimal, so when news broke last week that 235 Montebello Unified teachers had received layoff notices it sent shock... Read more »

Ex-Sheriff Baca Convicted in Federal Corruption Retrial

Former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca was convicted Wednesday of three federal charges for orchestrating a scheme to thwart an FBI investigation into inmate... Read more »

City Moves to Oust Councilwoman Who ‘Abandoned’ Seat

The years of finger pointing and shouting matches that seemed to be a thing of the past in Bell Gardens returned with a vengeance Monday to the southeast city where... Read more »

Local Businessman Remembered as ‘Force of Nature’

A former eastside grocer and state athletic director who went on to own one of the region’s most successful beer and beverage distributors will be laid to rest... Read more »

Union Workers Target Cupchoy, Cardenas for Recall

For years, the Montebello Unified School District was where you wanted to be if you worked in the K-12 education. Employee morale had remained fairly high during... Read more »

Congressional Hopefuls Say 34th District Needs a Fighter

The president wasn’t in the room, but he was omnipresent as congressional hopefuls tried to convince a crowd in El Sereno that he or she has what it takes to represent... Read more »

Measure S Campaign Accused of ‘Dirty Tricks’

Leaders of the campaign behind a development-control measure on the March ballot said Monday they will not stop sending out mailers that the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s... Read more »

White House Adopts Rules to Step Up Deportations

The memos signed by Homeland Security Secretary John F. Kelly released Tuesday make sweeping changes to immigration enforcement policies, making the possibility... Read more »

Candidates Discuss Northeast L.A. Issues

The crowd at a city council candidate forum Monday in Lincoln Heights was a little more restrained than during a similar forum last week in Glassell Park, even though... Read more »

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