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Report: Tunnels to Toll Lanes Needed to Ease Traffic

A tunnel from Glendale to Palmdale, an expressway/tunnel connecting Riverside and Orange counties, and an extensive network of toll lanes connecting all major freeways... Read more »

County Office to Target Wage Violators

The Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to create an office to help enforce Los Angeles County’s new minimum wage and prevent “wage theft.” Supervisor Hilda... Read more »

As Nov. 30 Deadline Looms, UC Pres. Calls on Students to Apply

There’s still time and many good reasons to apply for admission to a UC campus, University of California President Janet Napolitano said during a meeting last... Read more »

Security Heightened In Wake of Paris Terror

In light of apparent coordinated terrorist attacks that have left dozens dead in Paris, Los Angeles police added extra patrols today at “critical infrastructure”... Read more »

Councilman Calls for ‘Indigenous Peoples Day’

A city councilman called today for the creation of an Indigenous Peoples Day in Los Angeles, but stopped short of saying he wants the holiday to replace Columbus... Read more »

Roosevelt High School Upgrades ‘Must’ Include Wellness Center

A forum Tuesday to provide information about major renovations scheduled for Roosevelt High School in Boyle Heights quickly went off track as speaker after speaker... Read more »

Help Starts With A Home

Juan Ortiz walked through the crowd Monday morning feeling emotional and grateful to be part of the ceremony opening of Teague Terrace, a new permanent supportive... Read more »

SCOTUS to Weigh In on DACA, DAPA

The Supreme Court will have the final say on immigration measures issued by President Barack Obama after a federal appeals court Monday ruled against his executive... Read more »

Jump in Police Shootings ‘Alarming’

Saying officer-involved shootings have nearly doubled since last year, the president of the Los Angeles Police Commission called Tuesday for efforts to help reduce... Read more »

Vernon to Push Voter Registration In City

For years, election of city office holders has come down to ballots cast by as few as two-dozen registered voters in Vernon, but with the recent doubling of the... Read more »

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