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City Atty. Targets East L.A. Bar for Shut Down

Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer is taking legal steps to halt alleged criminal activity centered around a bar in East Los Angeles. Feuer announced July 21 that... Read more »

Hammer Attacks Unsolved: Police Need Public’s Help

Police Tuesday sought the public’s help in their investigation of recent hammer attacks in Boyle Heights that left two injured. In both apparently unprovoked... Read more »

Widow Sues Occidental College, Professor for Husband’s Death

The widow and four children of a motorcyclist killed in a collision with an Occidental College professor allegedly driving while using a cell phone sued the school... Read more »

Rumors of Its Demise Wrong, Says Herbalife

A top executive for Los Angeles-based Herbalife Wednesday denied assertions that the nutrition company’s future is in doubt following a $200 million settlement... Read more »

Hillary Clinton Makes History

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton made history this week, becoming the first woman nominated for president by a major political party. The important milestone... Read more »

FPPC Considering Deal to Lower Councilwoman’s Fines

Despite facing the largest proposed penalty ever against a sitting local elected official, Commerce Mayor Pro Tem Tina Baca Del Rio could ultimately see her fine... Read more »

Locals Train for Jobs In Exide Cleanup

Rogelio Alvarez of Commerce could soon be part of the team working to decontaminate his neighborhood if hired by state regulators charged with cleaning up lead and... Read more »

ELAC Names Scholar-Athletes of the Year

Basketball’s Izaiah Sweeney, left, and badminton’s Jean Mornelle Buenaflor were named the male and female athletes of the year, respectively at the East Los... Read more »

Treasurer Questions City’s Debt Collection Record

During an already tense city council meeting, Montebello’s treasurer accused the city manager of not cooperating with him when he questioned her about a city-owned... Read more »

First Latino Named to Head State Community College System

The first Latino chancellor of the California Community Colleges was appointed by a unanimous vote of the college system’s Board of Governors, it was announced... Read more »

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