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Supreme Court Ruling Bans Cellphone Searches

Wednesday’s ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court that police must obtain a search warrant before searching the contents of smartphones seized from suspects will affect... Read more »

Montebello Rail Meeting Gets Tense

Montebello residents grew impatient last week during an open house meeting on a controversial railway project that has been “on the books” for more than a decade. A... Read more »

Northeast L.A. Bike Lane Meeting Draws Complaints

Hundreds of people attended a community meeting in Northeast Los Angeles last week to weigh in on the different options being considered for bike lanes on North... Read more »

Reward Offered In Ramona Gardens Firebombing

A $100,000 reward was announced Wednesday for information leading the perpetrators of a firebomb attack that targeted four families in the Ramona Gardens housing... Read more »

L.A. Finance Dept. Keeps List of ‘Illegal Pot Shops’ Quiet

A list of more than 800 potentially illegal medical marijuana dispensaries was not shared with the Los Angeles Police Department and other officials responsible... Read more »

State Finds Exide Permit Application Lacking

An operating-permit application submitted to state regulators by the Exide battery-recycling plant in Vernon was deemed to be deficient Tuesday, and company officials... Read more »

LAUSD Board Urged to Restore Funding

Los Angeles Unified School District teachers and union officials urged the district Tuesday to restore salary cuts and positions as part of its proposed $6.8 billion... Read more »

Eastside Senator to Head State Senate

Sen. Kevin de León, D-Los Angeles, was officially elected this week president pro tem of the state Senate, becoming the first Latino to hold the post since 1883. De... Read more »

LCAP Plan Raises Concerns at MUSD

UPDATE: MUSD has moved the next board meeting to June 23 at  7 p.m. and extended the deadline to submit feedback until then. Gov. Brown earlier this year approved... Read more »

Activists Urge ‘Branding Free’ Driver’s Licenses

Pro-immigrant rights groups this week called on California’s governor and the federal government to expedite approval of the design for California driver’s... Read more »

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