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Angelenos Help Set Guinness World Record

A sea of green-shirt clad exercise enthusiasts descended on Downtown Los Angeles last weekend to set a new Guinness World Record for the largest number of people... Read more »

ELAC Men & Women’s Basketball In State Final 4

For the first time in East Los Angeles College history, both the men’s and women’s basketball teams are in the State playoff final four and will compete in the... Read more »

DWP Billing Woes Costly to Ratepayers

The troubled rollout of the Department of Water and Power’s billing system, which resulted in some customers receiving wildly inflated bills and others receiving... Read more »

LAUSD Approves Pink Slips

In the face of a nearly $160 million budget deficit, the Los Angeles Unified School District board authorizing layoff warning notices Tuesday for 609 employees,... Read more »

Environmental Study on 710 Freeway Expansion Released

Caltrans and Metro released a draft environmental study of proposals to address the 4.5-mile gap between the Foothill (210) Freeway in Pasadena and the end of the... Read more »

Woman Charged in East L.A. Teen’s 2002 Kidnapping, Murder

A woman pleaded not guilty Tuesday in the October 2002 kidnapping and murder of a 15-year-old East Los Angeles girl who was abducted on her way to school in Montebello... Read more »

L.A. City Council Incumbents Make Strong Showing

City Councilman Jose Huizar fended off a spirited challenge from former Los Angeles County Supervisor Gloria Molina to retain his 14th District seat, headlining... Read more »

Long Time White Memorial Exec Named New President

White Memorial Medical Center in Boyle Heights has named a new president and CEO to replace Beth Zachary who has held the post for more than 14 years. Though no... Read more »

Montebello Council Approves Plan to Build Rail Crossings

John Perez lives at the southern end of Montebello and says he is tired of being roused in the early morning by the sound of blaring train horns. Angelica Huerta... Read more »

Celebrating ‘Viva la Muxer’ at MOLAA

What started in the 1900s as a protest in Europe and the U.S. to show economic, social and political issues matter to wome, has evolved over the years into a time... Read more »

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