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With Trump Action Expected Soon, Hundreds Rally In L.A. To Support DACA

Hundreds of activists and immigrants gathered in downtown Los Angeles today to rally in support of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which could... Read more »

L.A. Drops Columbus for Indigenous People

The City Council voted Wednesday to replace Columbus Day with Indigenous Peoples Day as an official Los Angeles holiday, siding with critics who said the explorer’s... Read more »

L.A. Unified Grads Falling Short In College

In what’s being billed as the first extensive effort to track the college success of Los Angeles Unified School District graduates, a study released Wednesday... Read more »

County D.A. Warns Residents About ‘Blessing Hoax’

The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office warned people with deep religious or spiritual beliefs to be aware of a hoax that can result in the loss of cash... Read more »

With the Census in Peril, What Will It Take to ‘Right the Ship?’

New America Media – The 2020 Census is off to a rocky start, with crucial preparations already delayed or falling to the wayside, largely a result of inadequate... Read more »

As Deadline Looms, Activists Mobilize to Defend DACA

Youth covered by the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, their parents and immigrant rights advocates on Monday began a weeklong series of civil... Read more »

Teen’s ‘Empowerment’ Mural Inspires Girls, Earns High Honor

A mural painted to inspire young girls to reach for their dreams was unveiled Saturday in Boyle Heights. Titled “Empowerment,” it’s the first public mural... Read more »

Police Looking for Bell Gardens Pizza Parlor Robbery Suspects

Bell Gardens police still need the public’s help to identify two suspects in the armed takeover robbery of a pizza restaurant. The suspects struck at closing time... Read more »

Sup. Solis and Cal State LA Partner to Promote Bioscience Industry

“The sky is the limit,” said Los Angeles County Sup. Hilda Solis last week during the closing of a five-week bioscience training boot camp at Cal State University,... Read more »

Baby Powder Maker Ordered to Pay East L.A. Woman $417M

A Los Angeles jury Monday awarded $417 million to an ovarian cancer patient who alleged her disease was caused by the use of Johnson & Johnson talcum powder. Eva... Read more »

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