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‘The High Art of Riding Low’ Opens at Petersen

“Lowriding” is a generations-old past time in car-centered Los Angeles and now the subject of a newly opened exhibition at the Petersen Automotive Museum on... Read more »

Exide: Nearby Residents Still Living in Fear

Promises to clean up lead and other toxic waste has done little to calm the fears of people living in the shadow of the now closed Exide battery-recycling plant... Read more »

MUSD Accused of Cover Up in ‘Whistleblower’ Lawsuit

The Montebello Unified School District continues under fire as two former high-ranking district officials allege they were fired for exposing political corruption... Read more »

Father Charged With Killing Son Pleads ‘Not Guilty’

A South Pasadena man who allegedly killed his 5-year-old son amid a bitter custody battle with the boy’s mother pleaded not guilty Monday to a murder charge. Aramazd... Read more »

SpaceX Marks New Milestone in Space Travel

SpaceX’s first-ever reused Dragon capsule successfully returned from a supply mission to the International Space Station Monday, splashing safely down in the Pacific... Read more »

California to Match Money Saved for College

Hoping to incentivize low- to moderate-income families to save for college, California lawmakers have passed a bill that will allow eligible participants to receive... Read more »

Fear of Cancer, Lead Poisoning Haunt People Living Near Closed Exide Plant

A majority of households near the shuttered Exide battery-recycling plant in Vernon are concerned that someone in their home might   get cancer or lead poisoning... Read more »

Community Clinic Re-opening Is Reminder of Importance of Health Care ‘Safety Net’

Andres and Rosa Garcia sat patiently waiting for the grand re-opening program to begin, quietly recalling that it had been over 15 years since they turned to the... Read more »

Ex-LAUSD Police Officer Pleads Guilty in Case Linked to Child Sex Attempt

A former Los Angeles Unified School District police officer pleaded guilty Monday to a federal charge linked to an attempt to solicit a 15-year-old girl for sex. Mauricio... Read more »

Social Gathering Connects Residents to City

VERNON – Summer was in full swing last week at the Vernon Village Park Apartments, where residents enjoyed a variety of fun activities and food, courtesy of... Read more »

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