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Lead Blood Testing Extended for Residents Near Exide

Since hearing that elevated levels of lead were found in soil at Salazar Park in unincorporated East Los Angeles, Reina Rodriguez says she rarely takes her 4-year... Read more »

Crisis Counselors Sent to East L.A. Schools Following Killing

Students, teachers and staff at Griffith Middle School and Garfield High School in East Los Angeles are receiving counseling to help them deal with the fatal stabbing... Read more »

Commerce Begins Project to Improve Traffic Bottleneck

The City of Commerce on Friday celebrated the formal groundbreaking of a $30 million project to improve Washington Boulevard, a major thoroughfare in the region. The... Read more »

Commerce Marks 55th Birthday With Festive Library Reopening

To outsiders, Commerce is best known for its Citadel shopping center, the Commerce Casino, and its large network of rail yards and industrial buildings, but for... Read more »

New Bell Gardens Official Claims Independence

Bell Gardens residents will have a special opportunity to meet the newest member of the city council next Monday when Maria Pulido is sworn in during the council’s... Read more »

Southwest Museum Named ‘National Treasure’

The city of Los Angeles’100-year-old Southwest Museum was named a “national treasure” today by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. The announcement... Read more »

Supreme Court to Take Up Ban On Same-Sex Marriage

Same-sex marriage proponents in the Southland and across the country hailed today’s announcement that the U.S. Supreme Court will decide whether gay and lesbian... Read more »

Bell Gardens Has Yet to Address Water Rates

It will not stop the bleeding, but a new service contract approved Monday by the Bell Gardens City Council is expected to improve operation of the city-owned water... Read more »

AB 60 Takes Effect with Some Glitches

After two decades of waiting, thousands of undocumented immigrants are showing up at California Department of Motor Vehicle (DMV) offices hoping to take advantage... Read more »

Our Top Stories of 2014

It’s now 2015 and it’s human nature to hope that the new year will be better than the last, even if it was a good year overall. There will be resolutions... Read more »

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