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Activists Call on Sheriff to Follow LAPD Lead on ICE Holds

Immigrant-rights activists, capitalizing on a policy change announced by the Los Angeles Police Department, called on the county Sheriff’s Department Tuesday to... Read more »

Could Politics Trump Economics As Reason for Growing Income Inequality?

Most research examining growing income inequality in the United States has focused on economic causes, for seemingly obvious reasons. But a new study suggests that... Read more »

Stow Awarded $18 Million in Dodger Stadium Beating Case

A jury awarded roughly $18 million in damages to a San Francisco Giants fan Wednesday who was beaten into a coma outside Dodger Stadium in 2011, but the panel found... Read more »

Fireworks Light Up Skies

Photo Courtesy of Herb West Independence Day celebrations got off to an early start in some Los Angeles neighborhoods last Saturday, with parades, carnivals, concerts... Read more »

Safety Comes First This Fourth of July

Fourth of July festivities kicked off last week at several local parks, but there are still lots of family-friendly activities taking place across the Southland... Read more »

Obama to Act on Immigration Reform

Some local Democrats were among those hailing President Barack Obama’s announcement Monday that he plans to use executive authority to make changes to the nation’s... Read more »

Two Killed In Separate East L.A. Shootings

Sheriff’s deputies aren’t saying much about the two separate shootings incidents at two different locations in East Los Angeles last weekend, other than they... Read more »

FPPC Fines MUSD Board Member

California’s Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) has fined Hector Chacon, a member of the Montebello Unified School District Board of Education for violations... Read more »

No June Gloom for Dodgers’ Kershaw

EGP photo by Fred Zermeno Call Him Amazing. June was quite a month for Los Angeles Dodgers three time, All-Star pitcher Clayton Kershaw. He accomplished in one month... Read more »

New Grads Step Into a World of Debt

When film student Chris Reyes talks about the $430 he pays each month toward his student loan, he uses the movie Jaws as a metaphor. “It’s like a shark that... Read more »

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