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Lee Baca Corruption Trial Begins

Former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca was the “heartbeat” of an internal conspiracy to thwart a federal probe into abuses in the jail system, a prosecutor... Read more »

Race to Replace Becerra in Congress Off to a Fast Start

Los Angeles City Councilmen Jose Huizar and Gil Cedillo said Monday they will not run to fill the congressional seat expected to be vacated by Rep. Xavier Becerra’s... Read more »

Gov. Appoints Becerra to Replace Harris as Atty. Gen.

He’s the highest-ranking Latino in Congress, but Rep. Xavier Becerra will soon vacate his Congressional seat to become California’s first Latino Attorney General. In... Read more »

County Moves to Place Homeless Tax on March Ballot

The reconstituted Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a plan Tuesday to put a quarter-cent sales tax to fund the fight against homelessness... Read more »

Eastside Children Go on Christmas Shopping Spree

Thirty deserving children from the East Los Angeles area were able to cross off at least one thing on their Christmas list this year, after receiving a gift card... Read more »

Metro Steps Up Security In Response to Terror Threat

With nerves still rattled by an unfounded bomb threat targeting a Southland rail station Tuesday, the discovery of a discarded jacket on the Foothill (210) Freeway... Read more »

Bell Gardens PD Safely Destroys Firearms

More than 80 firearms from closed criminal cases and voluntary turn-ins were destroyed last month by the Bell Gardens Police Department. Approximately 85 handguns... Read more »

Glendale Adventist Discovers Patient Record Breach

The protected health information of 528 patients, including 88 patients from its sister hospital, the White Memorial Medical Center in Boyle Heights, was accessed... Read more »

Stay Calm, Immigration Attorneys Advise Eastside Residents

Sandra Muñoz has put off getting a green card for decades, always assuming she had plenty of time. But with less than seven weeks until President-elect Donald Trump... Read more »

Los Angeles Commits to ‘Green’ Olympics

Los Angeles is committed to delivering the “Greenest Games” in Olympics history, LA 2024 Chairman Casey Wasserman said Monday while pointing to Mayor Eric Garcetti’s... Read more »

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