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Immigration Reform Activists in L.A. Say There’s More Work to Do

One day after President Barack Obama announced his plan to shield millions of immigrants living in the country illegally from deportation, activists in downtown... Read more »

Vernon CommUNITY Fund Awards First Grants

Following through on their good neighbor policy, the city of Vernon is awarding nearly a quarter million dollars in grants to nonprofits serving nearby southeast... Read more »

‘The Circle of Life’ – Preparing for the Job of Caretaker

About four years ago, Rodolfo Valle felt something was wrong, so with his wife Betty by his side he went to see his doctor, who told he has Parkinsons disease, an... Read more »

LAUSD Approves Ethnic Studies Requirement

The Los Angeles Unified School district board voted Tuesday to make an ethnic studies course a graduation requirement, beginning with the class of 2019. The board’s... Read more »

Chicana Artist Shares A New Type of Children’s Book

In a colorful room decorated with papel picado (Mexican cutouts) and skull piñatas, two-dozen or so toddlers sit in a circle around Martha Gonzalez as she reads... Read more »

Thanksgiving for the Troops at LAX

(Courtesy of Bob Hope USO) The Bob Hope USO at LAX celebrated the 9th Annual Thanksgiving Dinner for the Troops on Tuesday to support the young men and women who... Read more »

Montebello Gets Another Shot at Northview in CIF

Hoping that the third time will be the charm, Montebello High School will attempt to defeat Northview for the first time in the third meeting between the teams in... Read more »

Public Vigil for Artist Richard Duardo Set

Master art printer Richard Duardo, a pivotal figure in the Chicano art community in Los Angeles who was sometimes referred to as the “Warhol of the West,” will... Read more »

UC Regents Consider Tuition Hike

Tuition at UCLA and other UC campuses across the state would increase by 5 percent a year over the next five years under a proposal approved Wednesday by a University... Read more »

8 Challengers File to Take On Huizar

The field of candidates vying for Los Angeles’ 14th council district has become very crowded, with 9 candidates, including the incumbent, filing papers to run... Read more »

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