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Four Suspects Arrested in Connection With Baby’s Kidnapping, Killing

Four people were arrested in connection with the kidnapping and death of a 3-week-old Long Beach girl whose body was found in a San Diego County trash bin, police... Read more »

Bell Gardens Teen Mom Overcomes Adversity

When 15-year-old Shantell Gomez found out she was pregnant, she was scared. She felt lost and all alone. “How am I going to do it? How am I going to finish school?... Read more »

Coalition Calls For Delay of Mariachi Plaza Housing Project

A group of community activists want Metro to stop or at least slow down construction of a mixed-use, affordable housing development planned for Mariachi Plaza in... Read more »

L.A. to Take ‘Hot Spot’ Approach to Trash

The Los Angeles City Council agreed Wednesday to begin creating a citywide approach to cleaning up trash and picking up couches, televisions and other bulky items... Read more »

Commerce Installs New Council Members, Names New Mayor

The Commerce Council Chamber was filled to capacity Tuesday for the council’s annual reorganization and the installation of the two newly elected members of the... Read more »

Council Sets Hearings on Minimum Wage Hike

UC Berkeley’s study of a proposal to raise the minimum wage in Los Angeles is expected to be released this week, ahead of four public hearings on the issue being... Read more »

Uncle Sam Wants DACA Recipients to Avoid Tax Scams

New America Media – A new scam targeting immigrants has gotten the attention of Uncle Sam. Health advocates are concerned that tax preparers have been misinforming,... Read more »

Study Faults DWP ‘Customer Service’

The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power ranks poorly in customer service when compared to comparable utilities, and spends less in that area, according to... Read more »

Community Celebrates Exide Closure, But Doubts Remain

When news broke last summer that a grand jury was investigating Exide Technologies, community activists celebrated with cake and pizza at Resurrection Church in... Read more »

La Comunidad Celebra el Cierre de Exide Pero Continúan Las Dudas

Cuando se supo la noticia el verano pasado de que un jurado estaba investigando a Exide Technologies, activistas de la comunidad celebraron con pastel y pizza en... Read more »

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