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Pieces of Rock ‘Bridge’ Communities

Some of the rocks were big, others were small, but to the hundreds of people who lined up Saturday in downtown Los Angeles, the only thing that really mattered was... Read more »

Lawsuit Against Ex-Officials Found ‘Without Merit’

MONTEBELLO – Ruling that the votes of public officials are protected under state free speech laws, the California Supreme Court on Monday found a lawsuit brought... Read more »

In California Clean Air Fight, Environmental Justice Takes a Leading Role

Inside Climate News – Southern California has some of the dirtiest air in the country, but it’s a lot more breathable than it used to be. Much of the credit... Read more »

Montebello Park Closed Following Coyote Attacks

MONTEBELLO – A park and petting zoo in Montebello was closed this week after three people were attacked by coyotes. Several coyote attacks have been reported within... Read more »

City Running Out of Options to Balance Budget

MONTEBELLO –News that city officials were considering holding a special election to raise the local sales tax or the tax on utilities has prompted a new round... Read more »

Coming Together at National Night Out

Dozens of block parties were held across the Southland Tuesday night, drawing thousands of residents to join with local police officers, sheriff’s deputies and... Read more »

Lee Baca Withdraws Guilty Plea, Heads to Trial

Former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca withdrew his guilty plea to a federal corruption charge Monday and will go to trial, with a court date tentatively set... Read more »

Hillary Clinton Makes History

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton made history this week, becoming the first woman nominated for president by a major political party. The important milestone... Read more »

Locals Train for Jobs In Exide Cleanup

Rogelio Alvarez of Commerce could soon be part of the team working to decontaminate his neighborhood if hired by state regulators charged with cleaning up lead and... Read more »

Plans for Apartment Complex Leave Tenants Scrambling

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti reminded renters last week that they have rights under the city’s Rent Stabilization Ordinance, but as one group of tenants in... Read more »

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