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Hushing Outrage: Police Commission Stands Down

The Los Angeles Police Commission postponed a discussion Tuesday on proposed meeting rules that would prohibit public speakers from making “repetitious, personal,... Read more »

MUSD Candidates Take on Student Performance

Montebello Unified students have returned to school and candidates running for two seats on the Board of Education say they want to make sure students are on track... Read more »

L.A. County Moves New Jails Plan

County supervisors voted Tuesday — for the second time — to move ahead with construction of a 3,885-bed jail/treatment facility in downtown Los Angeles to replace... Read more »

Hidden Poor Highest Among Elder Black and Latino Households

Nearly one in five adults over age 65 in California, that is, around 772,000 elders, endure financial hardship, unable to afford basic needs, but often ineligible... Read more »

L.A. Chosen as Nation’s 2024 Summer Olympics Bid

Mayor Eric Garcetti was in Switzerland Wednesday to present Los Angeles to the International Olympic Committee as a candidate to host the 2024 Olympics. Garcetti... Read more »

Veteran Monument Tagging: Ultimate Disrespect

It’s a sad sign of the times, the careless damage caused by graffiti vandals who care more about the thrill of tagging highly visible places than the damage they... Read more »

Workers Back Anti-Wage Theft Bill

Janitors, housekeepers, airline and restaurant workers were among participants supporting legislation to end wage theft at a town hall meeting Friday in Highland... Read more »

‘Ideas’ Could Spur More Affordable Housing

Los Angeles Councilman Gil Cedillo Tuesday proposed a series of ideas intended to boost the amount of affordable housing in Los Angeles, including allowing micro-apartments. Cedillo... Read more »

GOP Leaders Call for Special Session on Drought

Assemblyman Bill Brough joined with three fellow Republican Assembly members Monday to call for a special session of the Legislature to address the state’s drought... Read more »

Goal: Zero Traffic Fatalities

Sitting at a desk in the middle of a Boyle Heights street, Mayor Eric Garcetti Monday signed an executive directive aimed at cutting traffic fatalities in the city... Read more »

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