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Stay Calm, Immigration Attorneys Advise Eastside Residents

Sandra Muñoz has put off getting a green card for decades, always assuming she had plenty of time. But with less than seven weeks until President-elect Donald Trump... Read more »

Vernon Planning Utility Rate Increase

Vernon residents and businesses could soon see an increase in their utility bills under a proposed tax measure that could go before voters in April. Business owners... Read more »

Wife of Slain Bell Gardens Mayors Pleads Guilty to Voluntary Manslaughter

The wife of slain Bell Gardens Mayor Daniel Crespo pleaded guilty Wednesday to voluntary manslaughter for shooting him three times in their home just over two years... Read more »

Bell Gardens Mayor to Simultaneously Serve on Water Board

Bell Gardens Mayor Pedro Aceituno will soon be sitting behind two different daises, simultaneously serving on the city council and the Central Basin Municipal Water... Read more »

Officials Urge SoCal to Prepare for ‘Big One’

Being a resident of California means living in “earthquake country.” When it comes to the highly anticipated “Big One,” experts say it’s not a matter of... Read more »

Eastside Students Walkout, Hold Unity Rally in DTLA

“People united, will never be divided,” words that echoed loudly through the streets of Los Angeles Monday as thousands of LAUSD students staged a walkout and... Read more »

Commerce Resident Helps Save Man from Burning Car

When Jason Stinnett discovered a man trapped in a truck engulfed in flames on the I-5 Freeway, the longtime Commerce resident did not think twice before springing... Read more »

Eastside Students Walkout, Hold Unity Rally at L.A. City Hall

Thousands of students from a series of East Los Angeles-area high schools walked out of class today and took part in a so-far peaceful march in protest of Donald... Read more »

Nearly 200 Arrested Following Anti-Trump Protest in Downtown L.A.

Around 185 protesters were in custody Friday following another round of protests over Donald J. Trump’s election in downtown Los Angeles, police said. While most... Read more »

Southeast L.A. County Leaders React to Election

By the time the polling booths closed Tuesday in California, Southeast Los Angeles County residents attending a “Bad Hombres and Nasty Women” election night... Read more »

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