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Advocates Gather to Support Obama’s Immigration Orders

On the day the U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments on the issue, Southland immigration advocates rallied Monday in support of President Barack Obama’s executive... Read more »

State Court Panel Upholds Teacher Tenure

In a major victory for teachers’ unions, a state appeals court panel today overturned a Los Angeles judge’s ruling that struck down California’s laws granting... Read more »

Proyecto Jardin Out: Gardeners Can Stay

Ignoring the plea of a grassroots organization over its management of a community garden, the White Memorial Medical Center has announced it will partner with the... Read more »

L.A. County Supervisors Frustrated By Pace of Exide Cleanup

County workers have moved quickly to assess soil, arrange cleanup and reach out to 500 families living near the now-shuttered Exide Technologies battery recycling... Read more »

MUSD Union Negotiations At Impasse

Sporting navy blue shirts and wearing “Union Strong” buttons, over 150 teachers, counselors, nurses and other certified personnel of the Montebello Unified School... Read more »

City of L.A. Seeking ‘Ideas’ to Revitalize Lincoln Heights Jail

Hoping to breathe new life into a favorite canvass of taggers and graffiti vandals, city planners are reaching out to “potential development partners” to gauge... Read more »

Write-In Candidate Leading in Vernon Race

Two votes may make the difference in Vernon’s latest election, according to a preliminary vote count that has a write-in candidate leading a longtime sitting councilman. Leticia... Read more »

Funds Raised to Support Academia Avance Student Trip

A dinner to raise funds to send students from Academia Avance Charter School to engage in a bold initiative to register 300 students in the Midwest to vote in the... Read more »

Montebello Partners with MUSD to Sell Bus Passes

Hoping to increase revenue and address declining ridership on the Montebello Bus Lines, the city of Montebello has launched a six-month pilot program aimed at getting... Read more »

Metro Begins Review of Draft $120 Billion Spending Plan

The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) is holding a series of community meetings in April to discuss a draft expenditure plan that... Read more »

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