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Meet an Olympic Gold Medalist at the Metro

The 2016 Olympic Games may be opening in Rio tomorrow, but there will be some Gold Medal action taking place here, close to home, over the next two weeks. Metro... Read more »

Thousands of Grocery Workers Ready to Strike

Thousands of grocery workers and union supporters rallied in Downtown Los Angeles Tuesday in a show of strength for a possible strike against Ralphs, Vons and Albertsons. The... Read more »

Eastmont Student Wins LA Sparks’ Writing Contest

MONTEBELLO –A seventh-grader at Eastmont Intermediate School is the proud winner of the 2016 #WeAreGirls essay writing contest sponsored by the Los Angeles Sparks... Read more »

USC Program Helping Deaf, Hard of Hearing Children from Bilingual Homes

“Come read with me.” Those can be some of the most powerful words in the development of any child’s ability to read and write. For children who are deaf or... Read more »

Cargo Container Dwelling Lands Property Owner in Hot Water

The founder of the drink company Soylent faces criminal charges for setting up an unpermitted cargo container as a living space on his Montecito Heights property,... Read more »

Man’s Conviction Upheld for Murdering Estranged Wife in Montebello

A state appeals court panel held Wednesday, August 3, sustained the murder conviction of a former Orange County resident who repeatedly shot his estranged wife in... Read more »

USC Program Helping Deaf, Hard of Hearing Children from Bilingual Homes

“Come read with me.” Those can be some of the most powerful words in the development of any child’s ability to read and write. For children who are deaf or... Read more »

City Running Out of Options to Balance Budget

MONTEBELLO –News that city officials were considering holding a special election to raise the local sales tax or the tax on utilities has prompted a new round... Read more »

Coming Together at National Night Out

Dozens of block parties were held across the Southland Tuesday night, drawing thousands of residents to join with local police officers, sheriff’s deputies and... Read more »

Garcetti Calls for More Latinos In Next President’s Administration

Mayor Eric Garcetti, who is in Philadelphia for the Democratic National Convention, said Tuesday he feels more Latinos need to be appointed to top-level positions... Read more »

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