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County Debates Cutting Phone Fees for Inmates

Los Angeles County jail inmates appear poised to receive a cut in some charges on their phone bill, though not big enough to dent the county’s $15 million annual... Read more »

Surgery for Chronic Temporal Headaches—Simplified Approach Shows Good Results

Newswise – A modified surgical technique may provide a simpler approach to the surgical treatment for one type of chronic headache, according to an “Ideas and... Read more »

The Health Challenge In Mixed-Status Homes

Huntington Park resident Stephanie Martinez was just five years old when her parents brought her illegally to live in the United States. Now 23, she’s one of an... Read more »

Hillary Clinton Wins Big

Tuesday was a historic night for Hillary Clinton, who became the first woman to claim the presidential nomination of a major political party. She delivered a victory... Read more »

Clinton Wins California, Sanders Doesn’t Give Up

Despite Hillary Clinton claiming the Democratic presidential nomination and winning the California primary, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders was continuing his campaign... Read more »

Former Montebello Lawmaker Pleads Guilty to Money Laundering

Former Democratic Assemblyman Tom Calderon pleaded guilty Monday to a federal money laundering charge in a corruption case that also involves his brother, former... Read more »

Candidates’ Last Day of Campaign in California Before Primary Election June 7

Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton continued efforts today to lure California voters as the state’s primary election looms, while her foe for... Read more »

Loretta Sanchez Brings U.S. Senate Campaign to Eastside

Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez brought her U.S. Senate campaign to the Eastside over the Memorial holiday, making stops at Mariachi Plaza and La Parilla restaurant... Read more »

Voters to Decide Future of Montebello Water System

The question of whether to sell Montebello’s aging water system is not new, but this is the first time voters will have a chance to weigh-in on the decision. City... Read more »

Passions Swell Over Griffith Middle School Name Change

The Griffith Middle School community will begin two days of voting today on a proposal to change the school’s name, an initiative that has sparked passions on... Read more »

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