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New Commerce Budget Expands Programs

For the third year running, the Commerce City Council has approved a new fiscal year budget that’s not only balanced but also has a small surplus. The council... Read more »

Garcetti to ‘Pitch’ L.A. River Plan In D.C.

Mayor Eric Garcetti said Wednesday he will urge a panel of top U.S. Army Corps of Engineers officials in Washington, D.C., this week to advance a $1.3 billion project... Read more »

Arrests Made In Large Narcotics Haul

A traffic stop of a vehicle speeding through a residential area led to the discovery of a large amount of drugs, weapons and cash and resulted in the arrests of... Read more »

Metro Marks 25 Years of Rail Service

A Metro Blue Line train chugged through a celebratory banner Monday near the Pico Station in downtown Los Angeles to help the Metropolitan Transportation Authority... Read more »

Signature Gathering Approved For Attempt to Overturn Vaccination Law

Opponents of a recently signed law requiring almost all school children in California to be vaccinated against diseases such as measles and whooping cough received... Read more »

Syphilis Cases More than Double in County

The number of congenital syphilis cases in California more than tripled over the past two years, with Los Angeles County and the Central Valley responsible for the... Read more »

Fatal Bus Crash Still A Mystery

Los Angeles-area high school students and others aboard a tour bus that was hit head-on by a FedEx truck in Northern California, killing 10 people, never received... Read more »

County Closes Down Boyle Heights Alternative School

A small high school in Boyle Heights was forced to close its door on short notice June 26 leaving 40 or so students scrambling to figure out where they will go to... Read more »

Solis Touts CSULA, Eastside As Biotech Opportunities

Los Angeles lags far behind big California cities like San Francisco and San Diego when it comes to attracting biotechnology and science industries to the region,... Read more »

Montebello Close to Raising Sewer Fee

Faced with aging sewer infrastructure after years of neglect, the city of Montebello is considering raising property taxes to fund needed repairs and to avoid potential... Read more »

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