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UC Regents Consider Tuition Hike

Tuition at UCLA and other UC campuses across the state would increase by 5 percent a year over the next five years under a proposal approved Wednesday by a University... Read more »

Exide Ordered to Pay for Clean Up

The Board of Supervisors voted Wednesday to have county attorneys evaluate options to force a shutdown of the Exide battery recycling plant in Vernon and the clean-up... Read more »

8 Challengers File to Take On Huizar

The field of candidates vying for Los Angeles’ 14th council district has become very crowded, with 9 candidates, including the incumbent, filing papers to run... Read more »

Bell Gardens to Appoint Crespo Replacement

The Bell Gardens council seat left vacant by the unexpected death of Mayor Daniel Crespo will be filled by appointment rather than a special election, the city council... Read more »

Veterans Day Honored In East Los Angeles

(EGP photo by Jacqueline Garcia) Veterans from all branches of the Armed Forces took part in the Veterans Day ceremony held Tuesday at Cinco Puntos in East Los Angeles. Councilman... Read more »

Authorities Seek East L.A. Beating Suspect

Authorities sought public help Wednesday to solve the killing of a 76-year-old man who was beaten by a man in East Los Angeles during a struggle over a bicycle. Santos... Read more »

Are Not-for-Profit Hospitals Earning Their Tax Breaks? New Study Says No

Not-for-profit hospitals, like Kaiser in San Francisco, receive tax breaks in exchange for providing benefits to their communities — services like charity care... Read more »

Monterey Park Man Charged With Molestation

A Monterey Park man was charged Wednesday with lewd acts on two 10-year-old boys he allegedly molested on separate occasions in the restroom of an Arcadia restaurant. Kwan... Read more »

Rosewood Women’s Club Welcomes New President

Members of the Rosewood Women’s Club enjoyed the music of el Trio Los Panchos Sunday as they made the bus trip from the City of Commerce to downtown Los Angeles... Read more »

Congressman Roybal To Be Awarded Presidential Medal Posthumously

Longtime Los Angeles-area Congreemen Edward Roybal will be posthumously awarded a Presidential Medal of Freedom, the White House announced Monday. Roybal is one... Read more »

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