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Commerce Kicks Off Cinco de Mayo Festivities

Commerce residents celebrated Cinco de Mayor early this year, kicking off the Mexican festivities Sunday at Bristow Park. The event featured performances by Commerce... Read more »

Polarization on Campuses at High Point

Political polarization on college campuses is the most extreme it has been in the 51-year history of an annual study of first-year students, which was released Monday... Read more »

D.A. Investigating Bell Gardens Councilman

A Bell Gardens councilman who simultaneously serves as a director on the local water board is being investigated by the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s... Read more »

Immigrant Workers Moved by Show of Support

Immigrant workers must speak up against the injustices they face, said Socorro Aranda Monday as she joined the thousands of people carrying signs and chanting during... Read more »

Plan to Station Deputies in Commerce Gets Initial Look

When a 9-1-1 call goes out in Commerce, deputies assigned to the East Los Angeles Sheriff’s station respond with lights flashing and sirens blaring as they cut... Read more »

Bray-Ali Accused of Making Racist, Transphobic Comments

City Council challenger Joe Bray-Ali’s campaign took another publicity hit Wednesday with the revelation of derogatory comments he posted online targeting the... Read more »

Judge Blocks Trump’s Action on ‘Sanctuary Cities’

Mayor Eric Garcetti and leaders in the Los Angeles immigrant community hailed a federal judge’s ruling Tuesday blocking President Donald Trump’s executive order... Read more »

Prosecutors Seek Two-Year Prison Term for Baca

Prosecutors are seeking a two-year prison term for ex-Sheriff Lee Baca for conspiring to obstruct a federal grand jury investigation into civil rights abuses and... Read more »

Saturday Marks 25 Years Since L.A. Riots

With the 25th anniversary of the Los Angeles riots approaching, Mayor Eric Garcetti Tuesday compared the city to a climber halfway up a mountain, able to “look... Read more »

No. of Uninsured Latinos Persists, Despite Overall Decline

The percentage of adults in Los Angeles County without health insurance has declined to under one million, but disparities persist among low-income Latinos, according... Read more »

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