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Plan Ahead: Section of Gold Line to Close Nov. 20

Metro will temporarily shut down Gold Line service between Union Station and the Pico/Aliso Station during the Nov. 20 weekend as part of pre-construction work for... Read more »

Schiff to Propose Federal Ban on Keeping Orcas in Captivity

In what could be another major blow to SeaWorld, Rep. Adam Schiff announced today he plans to introduce federal legislation that would ban the captivity of orcas. “The... Read more »

Election Shakes Up Local Boards

Incumbents on the Montebello City Council and the Montebello Unified School District were ousted from their seats Tuesday, according to semi-official elections results... Read more »

New Tools, Players Aiding Exide Cleanup

State workers armed with a new testing tool are canvassing southeast area streets in search of properties contaminated with lead. The XRF (X-ray fluorescent) devices... Read more »

Move to Oust BHNC Board Member Falls Short

An effort last week to expel a member of the Boyle Heights Neighborhood Council failed, allowing Board Member Carlos Montes to hold on to his seat. Five members... Read more »

County Moves Forward On ‘Shaming Campaign’

A plan to publicly shame those who solicit sex with minors moved forward Tuesday, with a draft ordinance covering Los Angeles County expected next week. Supervisor... Read more »

Judge Rejects LADWP Proposed Settlement

A judge once again Tuesday declined to accept a proposed settlement meant to resolve tens of millions of dollars in overpayment by Los Angeles Department of Water... Read more »

UPDATE: Two Women Found Dead in Debs Park

A 17-year old girl found dead in a park in Montecito Heights was identified Friday by friends as family as Briana Gallegos of Pico Rivera. The coroner’s office... Read more »

Boyle Heights: Homeless Seen as Safety Issue

In the past, public safety forums in Boyle Heights mostly focused on issues related to gang violence and crime. But it seems these days that the homeless, illegal... Read more »

Supes Approve $100M for Affordable Housing Trust

The Board of Supervisors Tuesday approved a new fund, set to total $100 million a year by 2020, to support affordable housing. This is in addition to the $100 million... Read more »

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