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Junior High Students Feel Safer at Diverse Schools

Middle school students from a range of racial and ethnic backgrounds feel safer, less lonely and less bullied if they attend schools that are more diverse, UCLA... Read more »

Convictions Vacated for Father Facing Deportation

HIGHLAND PARK – A man whose daughter filmed his detention by federal immigration agents will likely avoid deportation due to the Los Angeles City Attorney’s... Read more »

Health Officials Warn of West Nile and Zika Carrying Mosquitoes

Los Angeles County health officials last week confirmed the county’s first human case of West Nile virus for the 2017 season, a revelation followed up on Monday... Read more »

Bank of America Settles $1.9 Million Consumer Protection Lawsuit

Bank of America agreed to pay more than $1.9 million to settle a civil lawsuit alleging that the company took too long to inform customers that their phone calls... Read more »

As GOP Deliberates In Washington, Californians Fear For Their Health Coverage

More than half of Californians fear they or their loved ones will lose health coverage if the Affordable Care Act is repealed and replaced, a new statewide poll... Read more »

LAPD Chief Backs State Bill Barring Police from Helping ICE

Los Angeles Police Department Chief Charlie Beck endorsed a bill Monday that would prevent local and state law enforcement agencies from enforcing federal immigration... Read more »

Heat Wave Raises Wildfire Fears

Oppressive summer heat continued to bake parts of the Southland Wednesday, and forecasters warned that dry, gusting winds will create a heightened risk of wildfires... Read more »

Election Marks New Era for Commerce

The swearing-in of two new council members marked a new era for the City of Commerce, but talk of “change” and “moving forward” was not enough to convince... Read more »

Flex Alert: Heat Wave Prompts Call to Cut Energy

With a heat wave gripping the region, a Flex Alert urging residents to voluntarily conserve electricity to ease demand on the statewide power system was in effect... Read more »

Retiring Duo Honored for Growing Gardens and Minds

BELL GARDENS – Two school club advisors set to retire after decades of educating young stu-dents about the principles of community gardening, were recognized Monday... Read more »

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