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For Trump, Billionaires Know Best, Even If They Are Mexicans

Mexico City—Throughout his unorthodox campaign, Donald Trump kept sending mixed signals about Mexico and his ideas about the North American Free Trade Agreement... Read more »

Central Basin to Appoint Three New Directors to Board

Hoping to restore the public’s trust in the scandal-ridden Central Basin Municipal Water District, the makeup of the agency’s board of directors will soon change... Read more »

News Year’s Day Comes to Pasadena on Jan. 2

In case you haven’t heard, Angelenos — and the world for that matter — will have to wait an extra day to enjoy two of the Southland’s favorite New Year traditions:... Read more »

Montebello Unified Declares Immigrant ‘Safe Zone’

In an effort to protect undocumented students and other vulnerable communities from threats of deportation or other potential federal actions, Montebello Unified... Read more »

L.A. March Primary Ballot Certified

Mayor Eric Garcetti will face 10 challengers in the March 2017 primary election, while City Controller Ron Galperin and Councilman Bob Blumenfield will run unopposed,... Read more »

Construction Debris Recycler Facing Criminal Charges

A debris pile weighing 22 million pounds far exceeds a Boyle Heights recycling center’s capability by law, triggering criminal charges against the site’s owner... Read more »

Lee Baca Corruption Trial Ends in Mistrial as Jurors Deadlock

With jurors saying they were hopelessly deadlocked, a judge declared a mistrial last week in the federal corruption trial of former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee... Read more »

Jury Deliberations Continue in Case Against Ex-Sheriff

Jurors continued deliberating Wednesday in the federal corruption trial of former Sheriff Lee Baca, who is accused of authorizing a conspiracy to thwart a federal... Read more »

L.A. City, County Pledge Funds to Defend Immigrants Facing Deportation

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to contribute $1 million, growing to $2 million next year, to a legal aid fund for immigrants facing deportation... Read more »

Properties Not Needed for ‘710’ Project Go Up for Sale

Caltrans is beginning the process of selling 42 residential properties it has owned for six decades along the proposed State Route 710 Corridor in Pasadena, South... Read more »

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