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Major Retail Project Approved In Commerce

After six-hours of heated debate over the building of a controversial retail center in Commerce, the City Council approved two resolutions early Wednesday that will... Read more »

Residents Displaced by Maywood Fire Begin to Return Home

“Significant accomplishments” were made over the July 4 weekend in cleanup operations of hazardous materials released by a spectacular fire at a Maywood warehouse,... Read more »

Higher Minimum Wage Starts Today

Starting today, Los Angeles area employers will pay a higher minimum wage and offer at least six days of paid leave benefits under city and county laws that will... Read more »

Marijuana Initiative Qualifies for November Ballot

An initiative that would legalize marijuana and hemp and impose taxes on them will appear on the Nov. 8 ballot. What backers have dubbed the “Control, Regulate... Read more »

High Expectations for Latino Vote

Following the “disappointing” U.S. Supreme Court’s announcement that it was divided 4-4 and therefore a lower case decision blocking President Obama’s plan... Read more »

County Renews $15,000 Reward to Find Hammer-Wielding Attacker

The Board of Supervisors renewed a $15,000 reward Tuesday in the hope of finding a man who attacked two people with a hammer in East Los Angeles. Supervisor Hilda... Read more »

Homeless Bond Measure Approved for Nov. Ballot

The Los Angeles City Council voted Wednesday to place a bond measure on the November ballot aimed at raising money to address the city’s homelessness problem,... Read more »

Holiday Travel to Reach ‘Record High’

The forthcoming Fourth of July travel weekend will be the busiest on record for Southland residents, according to the Automobile Club of Southern California. More... Read more »

CHP, Police Step Up Holiday DUI Enforcement

Authorities Wednesday warned Southlanders that officers will be out in force during the three-day Fourth of July weekend looking for motorists driving while impaired. The... Read more »

Supreme Court Deadlocks on DAPA and Extended DACA

Local immigration-rights activists expressed disappointment today in the U.S. Supreme Court’s inability to reach a decision on President Barack Obama’s... Read more »

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