July 1, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

Supreme Court Rules Nationwide Subsidies Should Stay

New America Media – Debbie Richardson, 62, said she had been having the “heebie-jeebies” for the last few months, wondering if she might be forced to disenroll... Read more »

History: Same Sex Marriage Law of the Land

The U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling today legalizing same-sex marriage is a victory for civil rights, but it may not change the way all Americans view gay and lesbian... Read more »

Bicyclist Struck and Killed in Highland Park

A bicyclist was struck and killed by a speeding hit-and-run driver in Highland Park Friday morning, and the suspected motorist was later arrested, police said. It... Read more »

‘No Idling’ Regs Coming to Commerce

Diesel burning trucks idling for long periods is a problem in the City of Commerce. On Tuesday, city officials, residents and local environmental groups unveiled... Read more »

Why Always Us? Ask East L.A. Residents

Angered by the possibility of another transportation project devastating their community, dozens of eastside residents expressed their opposition to a SR-710 North... Read more »

Health Concerns Weigh Heavy on East L.A. Residents

At a meeting in East Los Angeles Saturday, resident after resident voiced concern that a “plague” of pollution and health issues could rain down on their predominately... Read more »

SR-710 Expansion: 60 Years of Discord

More than half a century ago, transportation officials in the Southland knew that they would have to do something to relieve the inevitable traffic congestion that... Read more »

Communities Near Exide Put DTSC on Notice

Only a few dozen people showed up last week for a meeting billed as a chance for residents to learn more about the process to clean up contamination at the shuttered... Read more »

Now Easier to Remove Tent Encampments

A set of rules allowing the city to more quickly dismantle homeless encampments won final approval Tuesday from the Los Angeles City Council over the objections... Read more »

Now That’s Hot: ‘Burning’ Desire to Win

A Los Angeles woman who choked down a record-breaking 53 exceptionally hot peppers in 20 minutes to win the annual Chile Habanero Eating Contest said Monday she... Read more »

« Previous PageNext Page »

Copyright © 2015 Eastern Group Publications/EGPNews, Inc. ·