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Son Arrested After Attacking Mother with Hammer

A 54-year-old woman was critically injured when she was struck multiple times by a hammer while she was sleeping in bed early Wednesday and her 27-year-old son was... Read more »

MUSD Bond Measure Goes to Voters Tuesday

Hoping to make a dent in the $1.2 billion in estimated district-wide needs, Montebello Unified is asking voters in the district –which includes Montebello, Bell... Read more »

Dreamers In Search of Affordable Health Care

June 15, 2012 was a historic day for thousands of young immigrants who under President Obama’s executive action became eligible for temporary relief from deportation. “These... Read more »

Commerce Council Votes on Retail Ctr Project Tuesday

The Commerce City Council is expected to vote June 7 on whether or not to allow construction of the Commerce Retail Center Project on Washington Boulevard. The proposed... Read more »

Poll Claims Latinos May Be Warming to Donald Trump

New America Media – A recent NBC/SurveyMonkey poll showed Latino support for presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump at 32 percent, a higher result than... Read more »

County Wants More Foster Children Placed with Relatives

The Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to back efforts to increase the number of foster children placed with relatives, rather than assigning them to group homes. Supervisors... Read more »

Legality of Eastside Evictions Questioned

Another battle is brewing in the war against gentrification that some believe is leading to the wholesale eviction of lower-income tenants and small businesses on... Read more »

Neighborhood Councils Hold Elections

Hundreds of residents and stakeholders in East and Northeast Los Angeles neighborhoods have voted in person or online for their representatives to the their local... Read more »

Griffith Middle School Name Change Vote Next Week

A group of Latino activists who back changing the name of an Eastside middle school will get their chance next week. Students, faculty, staff and community stakeholders... Read more »

Bell Gardens Students Receive Prestigious College Scholarships

Four Bell Gardens students will be pursuing their dreams this fall at prestigious universities across the country, all at nearly no cost to them or their families. Erik... Read more »

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