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Organized ‘Resist’ance Planned for May Day Protest

Saying the aggressive tactics of President Donald Trump have united them, members of dozens of organizations said Tuesday they are joining forces for the annual... Read more »

Leader In Exide Fight Recognized

Growing up in a home full of activists, it wouldn’t be long before East Los Angeles native Mark Lopez took the streets himself to advocate for clean air in his... Read more »

Vernon Voters: Small But Mighty

A single vote goes a long way in Vernon, where a mere 41 residents can determine the outcome of an election. That’s what happened last week during the city’s... Read more »

Vietnam Memorial Wall On View in Montebello

While most walls are meant to keep people out, The Mobile Vietnam Memorial Wall aspires to bring people together. A half-scale replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial... Read more »

Finger Pointing Escalates in Southeast City

Two longtime Bell Gardens councilwoman who until recently were close friends, made it clear Monday there is “no turning back,” with each accusing the other of... Read more »

Fear In Wake of Raid On City’s ‘Crown Jewel’

The Bicycle Hotel and Casino reopened in the pre-dawn hours Wednesday following a raid by federal agents that temporarily closed the facility to the public. But... Read more »

Gomez, Ahn to Face Off in June 6 Runoff

Assemblyman Jimmy Gomez will likely face Los Angeles Planning Commissioner and Attorney Robert Lee Ahn in a June 6 runoff in the 34th Congressional District special... Read more »

Feds Raid Bell Gardens Bicycle Casino

Bell Gardens relies heavily on revenue from the Bicycle Hotel and Casino, but today’s raid by federal agents could lead to a substantial economic hit to the Southeast... Read more »

Montebello Unified Fires Chief Business Exec

It had been a while since cheers of praise were heard during a Montebello Unified School District board meeting, but on Thursday, teachers, parents and students... Read more »

Empowering Young Latinas by Example

Growing up in East Los Angeles, Leticia Mendoza had teachers who encouraged her to follow her dreams; today, she is trying to do the same for young Latinas living... Read more »

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