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Inglewood Approves Construction of Stadium

The Inglewood City Council has voted unanimously to approve an 80,000-seat stadium at the site of the old Hollywood Park racetrack as proposed by the owner of the... Read more »

Port Agreement Tentatively Reached

  The mayors of Los Angeles and Long Beach hailed the tentative labor agreement between dockworkers and port employers Monday and announced a plan to have their... Read more »

Montebello to Decide on Grade Separation Design

Design options for a Union Pacific Railroad grade separation in the southern portion of the city will go before the Montebello City Council Wednesday for a final... Read more »

Vernon Opens Lottery for New Affordable Housing

Employers in the city of Vernon are encouraging their workers to apply for a chance to make the industrial city their home, by applying for one of the soon to open... Read more »

Judge Blocks Start of Immigration Actions

Shouting “Shame on you” and “Si se puede” (Yes, we can), immigrant rights activists, elected officials and union leaders rallied outside Los Angeles City... Read more »

Race in 14th Council District Heats Up

The race to represent Los Angeles’ 14th council district heated up last week as candidates sparred over issues ranging from affordable housing, homelessness and... Read more »

CANCELLED: 710 Freeway Closures In Bell Gardens Start Friday

[Update Feb. 20: The freeway closures planed for this weekend have been cancelled due to weather, the department of transportation announced Thursday evening.] The... Read more »

DTSC Accused of ‘Environmental Racism’

Hundreds of people took to the streets of Vernon last week to call for the closure of Exide Techonologoes, an embattled lead-acid battery recycler in the city. “Stand... Read more »

‘Iconic’ El Tepeyac Café Owners Sued

Relatives of the late owner of the iconic El Tepeyac cafe in Boyle Heights are being sued by a man who alleges he loaned more than $200,000 to the eatery in 1993,... Read more »

Election of Melissa Ybarra Makes Vernon History

For the first time in Vernon’s history, two women will be on the city council at the same time and be responsible for making decisions in southeast industrial... Read more »

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