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City Atty. Steps Up Checks On Tobacco Sellers Near Schools

Retailers who sell tobacco products and are located near schools will be the targets of an educational and enforcement campaign announced last week by City Attorney... Read more »

Developing A Transportion Plan from the Seat of a Bike

A coalition of southeast cities is working to change their streets one pedal, one foot at a time, reaching out to bicyclists and pedestrians who travel through their... Read more »

Legislators Introduce Bills to Protect Immigrants

A group of California legislatures presented a 10-bill package Tuesday to reinforce the protection of undocumented immigrants and fight the “paralyzing politics”... Read more »

L.A. County’s Air Worst In Nation

Los Angeles County’s air quality has improved but continues to be some of the worst in the nation, while the area’s groundwater and stormwater have excessive... Read more »

New L.A. Community College Chancellor Recognized

Photo by Mario Villegas With district Trustees and officials looking on, Dr. Francisco Rodriguez, left, is presented a congratulatory proclamation from Assemblymember... Read more »

L.A. County to Allow Probationers/Parolees to Apply for Section 8 Housing

The Board of Supervisors Tuesday approved draft changes to rules that would allow people on parole or probation to apply for Section 8 housing, but dropped a plan... Read more »

Rally Protests Officer Involved Shootings

Community organizers, frustrated by a lack of official data, Tuesday provided a name-by-name listing of 617 people killed by law enforcement in Los Angeles County... Read more »

Benefits of Exercise Outweigh Risks for Older Athletes

Middle-aged athletes are at low risk for having a sudden cardiac arrest while playing sports; and those who do have a greater chance of surviving the condition,... Read more »

Surge in Highland Park Gang Shootings Has People Worried

Worried about a rash of gang-related shootings in their neighborhood, residents packed a meeting at the Highland Park Senior Center Thursday night to hear what police... Read more »

‘Adelante’ With Chavez Legacy

Eastside organization leaders gathered last Friday to discuss how their groups are following the example and legacy of labor and civil rights leader Cesar E. Chavez,... Read more »

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