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Summer Night Lights: Alternative to Trouble

When the temperature rises and school is out, young people in neighborhoods with few resources and activities to keep them busy are at a higher risk of getting into... Read more »

Gov. Brown Signs Law Mandating Vaccinations

Almost all school children in the Southland and across California will be required to be vaccinated against diseases such as measles and whooping cough under legislation... Read more »

County Unit to Review ‘Innocence’ Claims

Backed by roughly $1 million in county funding, District Attorney Jackie Lacey announced Monday the creation of a unit that will review wrongful conviction claims. Lacey... Read more »

Millions Expected to Hit the Road Over Holiday

More than 2.98 million Southern California residents are expected to travel over the Fourth of July weekend, up slightly from last year and the most in eight years,... Read more »

Man Charged in Highland Park Hit and Run

A 21-year-old Los Angeles man was charged Tuesday with gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated and hit-and-run driving for a crash that killed a bicyclist... Read more »

U.S. Supreme Court to Take Up CA Union Dues Case

The Supreme Court of the United States said Tuesday it would hear a major challenge to California’s public unions and decide whether they may charge fees to non-members... Read more »

New LAUSD Board Members Seated

Ref Rodriguez and Scott Mark Schmerelson joined the Los Angeles Unified School District Board of Education today, replacing Bennett Kayser and Tamar Galatzan, while... Read more »

Supreme Court Rules Nationwide Subsidies Should Stay

New America Media – Debbie Richardson, 62, said she had been having the “heebie-jeebies” for the last few months, wondering if she might be forced to disenroll... Read more »

‘No Idling’ Regs Coming to Commerce

Diesel burning trucks idling for long periods is a problem in the City of Commerce. On Tuesday, city officials, residents and local environmental groups unveiled... Read more »

SR-710 Expansion: 60 Years of Discord

More than half a century ago, transportation officials in the Southland knew that they would have to do something to relieve the inevitable traffic congestion that... Read more »

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