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Something’s Cooking at MUSD High School

When the third period bell rings at the Applied Technology Center in Montebello, students like Jeeb Gonzalez get to work chopping vegetables, measuring ingredients,... Read more »

Slain Mayor’s Wife Facing Voluntary Manslaughter Charge

After nearly seven months of hearing no new information about the fatal shooting of former Bell Gardens Mayor Daniel Crespo, news that his wife has been charged... Read more »

‘YouthBuild’ Rally for Success

More than 100 teens and young adults marched downtown Tuesday in support of an organization that trains low-income youth to build affordable housing, community centers... Read more »

Report: CA Should Ramp Up Greenhouse Gas Reductions

If California takes the most aggressive approach to reducing greenhouse-gas emissions, it’ll be rewarded with 1 million new jobs and a 6 percent jump in economic... Read more »

Schurr High Student Wins National Poetry Award

A Montebello high school student has joined an elite group of poets from across the country, wining national recognition in a contest that drew over 300,000 entries. Roberto... Read more »

Many Who Qualify for ‘Food Stamps’ Not Applying

You may qualify for “CalFresh” – food stamps – and not even know it. About 41 percent of eligible people don’t participate in the anti-hunger drive,... Read more »

Seafood Processor Faces Potential $1.5 Million Fine in Worker’s Death

Bumble Bee Foods and two of its employees were hit with criminal charges Monday stemming from the 2012 death of a worker who was trapped inside an industrial oven... Read more »

Bonin Wants L.A. to Explore Putting Homeless Funds Into Housing

A city panel on homelessness formed Wednesday by the Los Angeles City Council will explore ways the city could build more housing for the homeless. The Ad Hoc Committee... Read more »

710 Freeway Reopens After Tanker Truck Fire

Cities along the 710 Freeway suffered the impact of heavy traffic after a tanker truck loaded with gasoline tipped onto its side and burst into flames on the southbound... Read more »

Bell Gardens Opts Out of County Emergency System

Bell Gardens has joined a growing list of municipalities opting to not buy into a new countywide emergency radio network being built under a plan approved by the... Read more »

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