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L.A. County Expands Access to Healthcare for Uninsured Residents

On a 4-1 vote Tuesday, the Board of Supervisors approved up to $61 million in annual funding for medical and dental care services for uninsured Angelenos. The new... Read more »

Half-Dozen Ex-Sheriff’s Deputies Sentenced to Prison

A half-dozen former members of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department were sentenced Tuesday to prison terms ranging from nearly two years to almost 3 1/2... Read more »

Canelo Álvarez Pens Deal With HBO Sports

(Left to right): HBO Sports President Ken Hershman, superstar boxer Canelo Álvare and Golden Boy Promotions Founder Oscar de la Hoya during announcement Tuesday.... Read more »

MUSD Kicks Off ‘War on Hunger’ Food Drive

(Left to right): Noe Sosa, MUSD Logistics Manager; Lorraine Richards, MTA President; Lloyd Garrison, CSEA President; Cleve Pell, Superintendent of Schools; Lani... Read more »

Family Center Celebrates 10 Year Milestone

(Courtesy of the Office of Congresswoman Lucille Roybal-Allard) Congresswoman Lucille Roybal-Allard (pictured) presented certificates of congratulation to L.A. County... Read more »

Citing Threats of Death and Rape, Honduran Teens Seek to Stay in U.S.

Two siblings who claim death threats from gangs forced them to flee Honduras are asking a Los Angeles judge to make preliminary findings that will enable them to... Read more »

Mancini Honored by Neighborhood Music School

(Courtesy of Neighborhood Music School) Ginny Mancini (left) joins Neighborhood Music School students David Calderon (right) and Bella Hursh at the school’s Centennial... Read more »

Voices and Vozes: How Do You Identify Yourself?

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Identity Tied to Experience, Says USC Professor and Author

National Hispanic/Latino Heritage Month is celebrated annually from Sept. 15 through Oct. 15. EGP interviewed USC Sociology Professor Jody Agius Vallejo, author... Read more »

Bell Gardens Students Lay Down the Law

When high school student Sarah pulled an offensive prank on her classmates, she was suspended, then expelled. Even worse, she faced criminal charges. But Sarah was... Read more »

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