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Local Groups Help Spread Energy, Money Saving Programs

With as many as 500,000 customers now eligible for free energy-efficient home upgrades, the Southern California Gas Co. is partnering with local organizations to... Read more »

From Mexico to Hollywood Juan Gabriel Mourned

Fans continue to flock to Hollywood to pay respects to Mexican music superstar Juan Gabriel, covering his Walk of Fame star with flowers, candles and photos. Juan... Read more »

Cities Claim Measure M Misleading, File Lawsuit

Attorneys for a coalition of seven Los Angeles County cities will try again Tuesday to file a request for an accelerated hearing on a lawsuit filed last week on... Read more »

Gang Member Pleads Guilty to Murder in Two Cases

A gang member avoided a potential death sentence in pleading guilty Thursday to the 2008 murder of a man who was holding a toddler when he was gunned down in the... Read more »

L.A. Gives Kobe Bryant His Own Day

The Los Angeles City Council declared Wednesday Kobe Bryant Day, honoring the recently retired Los Angeles Laker on the date of the jersey numbers he wore with the... Read more »

County Will Fight Moves to Cut Its Metro Board Seats

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors went on record Tuesday against a state bill that would cut the number of county seats on the Metropolitan Transportation... Read more »

Montebello Unified Sues Companies For Spreading Asbestos

The Montebello Unified School District is collectively suing two companies for $3.5 million, alleging that untrained workers spread asbestos-containing materials... Read more »

Two Straight Wins for Rams at Home

Jared Goff threw a 10-yard touchdown pass to running back Malcom Brown with 10 minutes, 30 seconds to play to give the Los Angeles Rams a 21-20 victory over the... Read more »

Diversity to Mark Chicano Moratorium Observances

Commemorations this coming weekend of the 1970 Chicano Moratorium will include a variety of speakers, several of them African American, at a march and rally in East... Read more »

Split Court Allows Teacher Tenure Rules to Stand

A divided state Supreme Court Monday declined to review an appeals court ruling that upheld California’s statutes governing teacher tenure and the firing of educators,... Read more »

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