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Rams Win in First NFL Game in Coliseum Since 1994

The long-awaited return of the NFL to Los Angeles finally came true Saturday night when the Los Angeles Rams beat the Dallas Cowboys 28-24 in the first game in the... Read more »

Jazz It Up Latin Style This Weekend

Now in its third year, the 2016 Latin Jazz and Musical Festival returns to Northeast Los Angeles this weekend, with two days of great live outdoor performances,... Read more »

CSULA Boosts Garfield Students STEM Skills

No they are not doctors, but twenty students from Garfield High School were presented with white lab coats following their completion of a two-week Grifols Summer... Read more »

DWP Board Toughens Turf Replacement Rules

The Board of Water and Power Commissioners Tuesday tightened up the criteria for granting turf removal rebates, under which synthetic turf and mulch will  no longer... Read more »

Students Head Back to School

Many of them might have preferred to be visiting the beach Tuesday, but more than a half-million students instead headed back to class as the 2016-17 school year... Read more »

Parolee Sentenced to Federal Prison

MONTEBELLO –  A Montebello parolee with a lengthy rap sheet was sentenced Monday to more than 20 years in federal prison as a result of a traffic stop in which... Read more »

East L.A., El Sereno Added to West Nile Target Zone

East Los Angeles and El Sereno are among seven new areas in Los Angeles County where over the past week mosquitos have tested positive for West Nile virus. According... Read more »

‘Hispanic Paradox’: Latinos Live Longer Than Other Races, UCLA Says

Latinos age at a slower rate than other ethnic groups, despite having a higher susceptibility to some diseases, according to a UCLA study released Tuesday. The findings,... Read more »

Youth Respond to Officer-Involved Shootings

BOYLE HEIGHTS – An officer-involved shooting in Boyle Heights last week that claimed the life of a 14-year-old boy, sparking outrage by many in the eastside neighborhood,... Read more »

Pieces of Rock ‘Bridge’ Communities

Some of the rocks were big, others were small, but to the hundreds of people who lined up Saturday in downtown Los Angeles, the only thing that really mattered was... Read more »

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