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The Comic Book Invasion Delivers

They are not quite ready to compete with Comic-Con International, that event draws tens of thousands of comic book and superhero fans to San Diego every year. Yet... Read more »

Los Angeles County Inspector General Backs Civilian Subpoena Power

Los Angeles County’s inspector general Tuesday backed a recommendation for civilian subpoena power over the Sheriff’s Department, while a sheriff’s representative... Read more »

Vernon Welcomes Newest Residents

It’s official. With a grand opening ceremony Saturday attended by state and local elected officials, the city of Vernon welcomed its newest residents, 100 plus... Read more »

L.A. Pursues 2024 Olympic Bid

Twenty-one members of Southern California’s congressional delegation sent a letter to the U.S. Olympic Committee Wednesday urging the panel to “give full and... Read more »

Boyle Heights Business Joins Solar Power Grid

A Boyle Heights rooftop with solar panels capable of generating 300 kilowatts of energy is the latest addition to a solar power grid providing energy for the Los... Read more »

Environmental Advocates Laud Land Conservation Deal

California environmental groups are cheering a bipartisan deal announced last Wednesday in the U.S. Senate to permanently reauthorize the Land and Water Conservation... Read more »

CA Group Asks President Obama to ‘Ban the Box’

Advocates for prisoners incarcerated in California are asking President Barack Obama to take action to ban the question about criminal convictions on applications... Read more »

Montebello Hills Housing Project: Not a Done Deal

A lawsuit filed last week claiming the city of Montebello failed to adequately review the environmental impact of a controversial housing development could delay... Read more »

County Follows L.A.’s Lead: Raises Minimum Wage

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to incrementally raise the minimum wage in unincorporated areas over the next five years, reaching $15... Read more »

Special Olympics: Getting Around Town

When plans for the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles were first announced, there were dire predictions of massive traffic delays and citywide gridlock: neither... Read more »

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