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‘Innovative’ Arts Grant Available to Nonprofits

An Eastside grant-making program is reaching out to art-related nonprofit groups seeking grant assistance to fund “new and innovative arts initiatives for furthering... Read more »

Suspects Plead Not Guilty to Murder of Women in Montecito Heights

Two people accused in the killings of a young woman and a teenage girl in Ernest E. Debs Regional Park in Montecito Heights pleaded not guilty to a capital murder... Read more »

Study Finds Children Living Near Exide Have Higher Levels of Lead in Blood

Children who live near the former Exide Technologies battery-recycling plant in Vernon have higher levels of lead in their blood than those who live farther away,... Read more »

Tanaka Convicted in Sheriff’s Dept. Corruption Case

The former second-in-command of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department was convicted Wednesday of obstructing a federal probe of misconduct in the county... Read more »

Driver Pleads Not Guilty to Murder Charges

A Whittier man accused of taking part in a race that triggered a multi-vehicle pileup on the Golden State (5) Freeway in Commerce, killing three people, pleaded... Read more »

County Moves Forward On Water Conservation Plan

The Board of Supervisors moved forward Tuesday on two plans aimed at increasing local water supplies in a time of sustained drought and pressure from federal regulators. Supervisor... Read more »

Many Californians Say Health Insurance Cost Too High

New America Media – Two-thirds of Californians who did not have health insurance in 2014 were actually eligible for coverage, but many did not enroll because of... Read more »

L.A. Libraries: 500 Years of Latino American History

A free series of screenings and discussions celebrating Southern California’s contemporary Latino history is being held at Los Angeles area libraries as part of... Read more »

‘Notario Publico’ Sued for False Advertising

The State Bar Tuesday sued a business that caters to Salvadoran immigrants, alleging its advertising falsely suggests that clients can obtain legal services even... Read more »

Lawmakers Move Bills for Exide Cleanup

When Teresa Marquez first heard that Gov. Jerry Brown was proposing $176.6 million to expedite and expand the cleanup of homes and other properties contaminated... Read more »

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