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Hillsides Charity Turns to Crowdfunding

A nonprofit group that provides services to needy and at-risk families, children and youth has launched a campaign through the crowdfunding platform Indiegogo to... Read more »

Expanding Opportunities for CA Students

California lawmakers are considering two different proposals to increase educational opportunities for California students from the youngest to the oldest. One bill,... Read more »

Vigil Held for El Monte Victim of Bus Crash

Ramon Castro, (left) wears his older brother Adrian’s letterman jacket, as he and the two young men’s father, Raul, (right) listen to speaker after speaker described... Read more »

Owner Says Plans For Sears Tower Landmark Still In the Early Stage

Twenty-two years after first being sold and more than one redevelopment project being abandoned, the new owners of the Sears Tower in Boyle Heights say they have... Read more »

Police Now Say Murders of Lincoln Heights Women Connected

The deaths of a teenage girl and a young woman whose bodies were found alongside Los Angeles freeways within a span of nine months in 2011 and 2012 are linked, police... Read more »

Exide to Remain Closed Until Safety Concerns Fixed

Exide Technologies officials were weighing their options Wednesday for the future of the company’s battery recycling plant in Vernon, with air quality regulators... Read more »

Seven Years Later: Garfield High Auditorium Rises from the Ashes

A ribbon-cutting was held Saturday for a state of the art new auditorium at Garfield High School, to replace a beloved East Los Angeles landmark that burned down... Read more »

Monterey Park Council Divided On Donation Issue

Discussion at the most recent Monterey Park City Council meeting quickly grew heated as council members took opposite sides on whether it is appropriate for elected... Read more »

Without Change, L.A. Will be Left Behind, Report States

Suffering from chronic budget shortfalls and dwindling numbers of jobs, Los Angeles city officials should take steps to improve accountability at City Hall and bolster... Read more »

Day of Music and Art Benefits the Homeless

Councilman Jose Huizar introduced Tierra at the “Operation: Help the Homeless Sueños para los Niños” Saturday event at Bishop Mora Salesian High School in... Read more »

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