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Kershaw to Start Against Cardinals Friday at the Ravine

The Los Angeles Dodgers held off their Western Division rivals the San Francisco Giants by 6 games to win their second straight National League West Championship.... Read more »

USC to Be National Center on Elder Abuse

USC’s Keck School of Medicine will become a National Center on Elder Abuse, having won a U.S. government grant to set up an agency to address the problem, it was... Read more »

Huizar Sexual Harassment Suit Settled

A sexual harassment and retaliation lawsuit filed against Los Angeles City Councilman Jose Huizar by one of his former aides was settled, a lawyer for the plaintiff... Read more »

L.A. County Funds Diversion for Mentally Ill Criminal Offenders

The Board of Supervisors agreed Tuesday to set aside $20 million for diversion programs designed to treat, rather than jail, mentally ill offenders. The allocation... Read more »

Bell Gardens Does Away With Blue Recycling Bins

Recycling just got easier in Bell Gardens where residents are no longer required to separate their glass, plastics and metals for trash pick up. Residents traded... Read more »

Metro Breaks Ground on Downtown Rail Line

Construction on a 1.9-mile, $1.4 billion Metro rail line in downtown Los Angeles officially began Tuesday during a groundbreaking ceremony attended by U.S. Transportation... Read more »

Commerce Wholesaler ‘Charges’ Up

The largest retailer-owned wholesale grocery cooperative in the western United States, Commerce-based Unified Grocers is getting a little greener. On Monday, the... Read more »

East LA CVS Liquor License Approved, With Conditions

County supervisors have approved a liquor license for a new CVS pharmacy in unincorporated East Los Angeles despite concerns raised by local residents who claim... Read more »

Montebello Hills Project Once Again Under Review

A controversial project to build housing in an area known as the Montebello Hills is gaining traction again with the re-release of a draft environmental impact report... Read more »

L.A. Council Boosts Minimum Wage to $15.37 at Big Hotels

The Los Angeles City Council Wednesday tentatively approved a $15.37-per-hour minimum wage for workers at large hotels in Los Angeles. The council voted 12-3 to... Read more »

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