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High Speed Rail Talk Comes to Cypress Park

Although many people think the construction of the High Speed Rail System will be of great benefit to California, Alejandra Cortez feels uneasy about the potential... Read more »

Academia Avance Students Thankful for Simple Things

The average student is often unaffected by events that go on around the world. High school seniors in particular are more worried about getting their college applications... Read more »

Council Delays Action on Bristow Park

It’s been almost a year since a homicide in East Los Angeles committed by a juvenile from the Bristow Park area of Commerce rattled the nerves of people living... Read more »

U.S. State Dept. Issues Worldwide Travel Alert

Just as thousands of Southland residents hit the roads and airways for the Thanksgiving holiday, the U.S. State Department issued a worldwide travel alert Monday... Read more »

Thanksgiving Comes Early to Troops at LAX

Active military men and women waiting last week to board planes headed to their deployment were treated to an early Thanksgiving dinner courtesy of the Bob Hope... Read more »

Family of Hit-and-Run Victim Sues City

Family members of a grandmother who passed her citizenship exam not long before being killed last year in a hit-run collision in Highland Park are suing the city... Read more »

Three Suspects Arrested in Fatal Shooting of Downey Officer

Authorities said Thursday they arrested two men and a 16-year-old boy for the killing of a Downey police officer, who was gunned down as he sat in his personal vehicle... Read more »

The ‘Good Neighbor’ Role In Gentrification

Just a few blocks from a major commercial corridor in Highland Park where storefronts have changed and property values have increased, east and northeast Los Angeles... Read more »

Vigils Held for CSULB Student Killed in Paris Attack

City officials and residents gathered on the steps of City Hall Tuesday night in memory of the 129 people who lost their lives in the Paris terror attacks, while... Read more »

‘710 Freeway Mayors’ Back Change to Cleaner Trucks

Growing up with asthma and constantly winding up in the hospital is not something Jorge Morales wants for his 11-month-old baby. As a kid, “I remember the faces... Read more »

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