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Jazz Festival Returns to Monterey Hills

Councilmember Jose Huizar and his children Isabella, Simon and Aviana at the 17th Annual Monterey Hills Jazz Festival. (Office of L.A. Councilmember Jose Huizar) Following... Read more »

Parental Incarceration Can Be Worse for a Child Than Divorce or Death of a Parent

With more than 2 million people behind bars, the U.S. has the highest incarceration rate in the world. This mass incarceration has serious implications for not only... Read more »

L.A. Leaders Discuss Sidewalk Repairs

Los Angeles leaders renewed a conversation Monday about a problem that has bedeviled the municipality for decades – how to fund and prioritize repairs for thousands... Read more »

Southwest Museum Celebrates Centennial

It’s been more than a century since journalist, anthropologist and Indian rights activist Charles E. Lummis began his quest to open the city of Los Angeles’... Read more »

Stocking Up for New School Year

(Office of Rep. Lucille Roybal-Allard) Just in time for the new school year, Congresswoman Lucille Roybal-Allard (center) helps hand out school supplies to children... Read more »

Hundreds Gather in Commerce for ‘Clean Up’

(City of Commerce) Over 200 volunteers gathered in Commerce Saturday to take part in the 4th Annual “Clean Up Commerce.” The volunteers, many of them youth,... Read more »

Montebello Recreation Program In Need of Art Classes

Over the last several years, longtime Montebello resident Liz Gonzalez has signed her now 13 year-old son up for just about every sport and class available through... Read more »

Judge Rules State is Failing Non-English Speaking Students

A Los Angeles Superior Court judge ruled Tuesday that the state is obligated to ensure that school districts follow state and federal laws and provide specialized... Read more »

Five More Years For Chief Beck

Los Angeles Police Department Chief Charlie Beck was re-appointed Tuesday by the city Police Commission and will serve another five years as head of the department. The... Read more »

City of Commerce Awards 54 Student Scholarships

(City of Commerce) Fifty-four Commerce residents have been awarded scholarships grants ranging from $400 to $5,000 as part of the city’s Annual Scholarship Program.... Read more »

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