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Council Adopts Protections for L.A. Renters

The Los Angeles City Council on Tuesday took action to provide protections for tenants facing relocation due to condominium conversion projects. On a 12-0 vote,... Read more »

Montebello Man Among Suspects Ordered to Stand Trial On 12 Counts of Murder in 1993 Arson Fire

Two men and a woman were ordered to stand trial on capital murder charges involving the deaths of 10 people, including two pregnant women, in an arson fire at an... Read more »

LAUSD Board Members Call on Rodriguez to Take ‘Leave’

Three members of the Los Angeles Unified School District Board of Education Tuesday called on their colleague Ref Rodriguez to take a leave of absence from the panel... Read more »

Changes to 1-710 Corridor Will Be Hardest on Low-Income Areas

Monday was the last day to submit comments on the draft version of an environmental report for a project to improve traffic congestion and air pollution along a... Read more »

Nerve-Wracking, Nail Biter at The Ravine: Astros Defeat Dodgers to Tie World Series

George Springer hit a two-run home run in the top of the 11th inning as the Houston Astros defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers, 7-6, Wednesday night at Dodger Stadium,... Read more »

Student Group Claims UCLA Trying to Quash November Ben Shapiro Event

A Republican student group at UCLA claimed Tuesday the university is imposing “unconstitutional” security fees for a Nov. 13 campus speech by conservative commentator... Read more »

Dodgers Win First Pennant Since 1988, Next Stop the World Series

The Los Angeles Dodgers could learn today who they’ll face in the World Series after they won their first National League pennant since 1988 with an 11-1 victory... Read more »

Montebello Voters Face Decision on Sales Tax Hike

Unregistered Montebello residents have until Oct. 23 to register for the city’s special election on Nov. 7, an election that could result in an increase in the... Read more »

De Leon Formally Announces U.S. Senate Bid

State Senate President Pro Tem Kevin de Leon formally began his campaign for the U.S. Senate Wednesday at Los Angeles Trade Technical College in downtown Los Angeles,... Read more »

Study: Hispanics Immigrant Children Less Likely to Have Bad Experiences

A new study of national survey information gathered on more than 12,000 Hispanic children from immigrant and U.S.-native families found that although they experience... Read more »

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