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Homeless Count Moves Into Metro and Southern LA County

The three-day 2018 Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count, which got underway Tuesday night with thousands of volunteers taking to the streets of San Fernando, Santa... Read more »

Romana Acosta Bañuelos, First Latino U.S., Treasurer, Dies at 92

The first Latina to serve as U.S. treasurer and founder of both a bank and Mexican food company has died. Romana Acosta Bañuelos died Jan. 15 of pneumonia with... Read more »

Are Deportation Fears Keeping People From Reporting Crimes?

Citing concerns that immigrants in the country illegally may not be reporting crimes as often since President Donald Trump took office, a City Council committee... Read more »

LAPD Chief Beck Riding Off to Retirement

Saying it is time for fresh leadership of the agency he’s called home for four decades, Los Angeles Police Department Chief Charlie Beck stunned colleagues Friday... Read more »

L.A. Council Votes to Join Legal Fight to Block Trump on Immigration

The Los Angeles City Council took several actions Wednesday in opposition to the Trump administration’s immigration policies, including directing the city attorney... Read more »

Large Crowd Welcomes Grand Opening of Maywood Pot Shop

With much fanfare and a mayoral ribbon-cutting, the small southeast city of Maywood Tuesday celebrated the opening of its first marijuana dispensary licensed to... Read more »

L.A. County Fights Plan to Add Citizenship Question to 2020 Census

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors pushed back Tuesday against a proposal to include a citizenship question on the 2020 Census, saying it would lead to... Read more »

No Burn Order Issued for Southland

A “no-burn” order will be in effect starting Thursday across much of the Southland due to anticipated high pollution levels. The South Coast Air Quality Management... Read more »

Work Begins On El Sereno Transportation, Safety Projects

Los Angeles City Councilman Jose Huizar on Saturday took part in ground breaking ceremony for a major transportation and safety upgrade project in El Sereno along... Read more »

ICE Raids 7-Eleven Stores Across U.S., Promises More to Come

Federal immigration agents Wednesday raided nearly100 7-Eleven franchise stores in 18 states and Washington, D.C., including four in Los Angeles and one in Culver... Read more »

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