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Terminally Ill to Get ‘Right to Try’ Experimental Treatments

A bill authored by a Southland lawmaker and signed into law Wednesday by the governor will allow terminally ill patients to access experimental and unapproved treatments. The... Read more »

Residents Urged to Register to Vote

Los Angeles County election officials joined with their counterparts across the state Tuesday to encourage people to register to vote and take part in the upcoming... Read more »

Environmental Group Sues Dow for Pesticide Pollution

New America Media – An environmental health watchdog group last week sued the Dow Chemical Company, accusing it of failing to warn residents in farming communities... Read more »

Latino Factor: Changing the Face of Politics

Much is being made these days of the potential power of the Latino vote, both here in California and on the national stage. Political strategists point to the role... Read more »

Hombre de Montebello Confiesa Matar a Su Esposa

Un residente de Montebello se declaró culpable la muerte de su esposa y de meter su cuerpo en el baúl de su carro, antes de escaparse con sus cuatro hijos en el... Read more »

Red Flag Warning Continues Amid Fire Fears

A red flag warning signifying a wildfire threat will be in force until this afternoon in almost all of Los Angeles County because of strong wing gusts, high heat,... Read more »

It’s ‘Vin Fever’ Time L.A.

The Los Angeles Dodgers have a special thing going on this year that goes beyond the team’s players, coaches or even the teams win loss record for that matter:... Read more »

‘Set Goals High,’ Chancellor Tells Students

COMMERCE – Getting local students and their families ready for college has long been a city goal in Commerce. As far as the city is concerned, it’s never... Read more »

Residents Decry Handling of Water Utility Issue

MONTEBELLO – A behind closed doors discussion about the Montebello-owned water system was tabled when residents accused the city of violating the Brown Act and... Read more »

LAPD Panel Finds Officers’ Deadly Actions ‘Improper’

The Los Angeles Police Commission decided Tuesday that three officers acted improperly last year in killing two people in separate shooting cases. The commission... Read more »

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