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Upgrades Slated for L.A. WorkSource Centers

A $36 million makeover of the city’s workforce development program should help job seekers find jobs, Mayor Eric Garcetti said Wednesday. “By refocusing efforts,... Read more »

The ‘Moustache’ Spreads Awareness

City of Commerce Councilman Ivan Altamirano came close to backing out of introducing a “hair raising” resolution to the city council last month. His main concern... Read more »

Once Hated Water Project Now Being Praised

A regional water pipeline project that years ago angered officials in some cities for “raising water rates” is now being hailed as a vital resource during the... Read more »

Nov. 4, 2014 Election Unofficial Results

State Governor *Edmund Brown (D)        58.7% (3,048,815)    Neel Kashkari (R)              41.3% (2,147,073)   Lieutenant Governor *Gavin Newsom... Read more »

Violent Crime In L.A. Jumps 9%

Violent crime in Los Angeles is up 9 percent compared with the same time last year, even as overall crime fell 3 percent, police Chief Charlie Beck said Tuesday. With... Read more »

Names Being Accepted for Lincoln Heights AIDS Memorial

The Wall Las Memorias Project is accepting name submissions of names to be included added to the Las Memorias AIDS Monument in Lincoln Park (Los Angeles, CA). The... Read more »

L.A. Ups Payout for Lawn Replacement

An incentive offered to encourage Angelenos to remove water-guzzling lawns was raised Monday from $3 to $3.75 per square foot, Mayor Eric Garcetti announced during... Read more »

L.A. Council Restricts Construction of ‘McMansions’

The Los Angeles City Council agreed Tuesday to restrict the construction of so-called “McMansions” in more than a dozen residential neighborhoods, while rules... Read more »

Knowing Is Always Better: When the End is Near

Part Two: Daniel Lugo III was just 44-years-old when he was diagnosed in 2011 with stage-four stomach cancer. His doctors gave him a year or two to live and prescribed... Read more »

Montebello Railroad Grade Separation Alternatives Refined

Montebello business owners and residents were once again riled up at a meeting to examine five alternatives being proposed to build railroad grade separations in... Read more »

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