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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 »

Montebello Neighborhood Watch Meeting Goes ‘Live’

Montebello residents who want to attend a citywide Neighborhood Watch meeting will no longer have very far to go. Last week, the Montebello Police Department held... Read more »

With Ballot Initiative, Los Angeles Looks Toward Ending Homelessness

While Los Angeles is home to the nation’s largest homeless population, L.A. County has responded with a broad spectrum of programs to match. The scope of the problem... Read more »

Metro Refines Gold Line Extension Alternatives

Residents in East Los Angeles are cheering news that two controversial proposed routes for the next phase of the Gold Line extension have been dropped. The Eastside... Read more »

40 Years Later, ‘Zoot Suit’ Still Relevant

The return of Luis Valdez’s “Zoot Suit” to Los Angeles nearly 40 years after it’s original premiere comes as racial, cultural and political discord are again... Read more »

Bilingual Aladdin: A Timely Tale of Tolerance

The colorful bilingual adaptation of Disney’s “Aladdin” on stage at CASA0101 in Boyle Heights transports theater audiences into “a whole new world,” where... Read more »

Council Steps Up to Battle Trump on Immigration

The Los Angeles City Council continues to prepare for a likely battle with President Donald Trump over his aggressive executive orders on immigration. The council... Read more »

Commerce Swim Community Shaken by Coach’s Arrest

Dozens of concerned parents filled Commerce City Council chambers Tuesday to get information about a city-employed swim coach who was arrested and charged with sexually... Read more »

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