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Metro Refines Gold Line Extension Alternatives

Residents in East Los Angeles are cheering news that two controversial proposed routes for the next phase of the Gold Line extension have been dropped. The Eastside... Read more »

40 Years Later, ‘Zoot Suit’ Still Relevant

The return of Luis Valdez’s “Zoot Suit” to Los Angeles nearly 40 years after it’s original premiere comes as racial, cultural and political discord are again... Read more »

$1.5 million Settlement Reached in Lawsuit Over Police Shooting of Ezell Ford

The City Council approved a $1.5 million payment today to settle a lawsuit filed by the parents of Ezell Ford over his fatal shooting by police in South Los Angeles. The... Read more »

City Moves to Decriminalize Street Vending

The City Council voted Tuesday to craft an ordinance decriminalizing street vending, bringing Los Angeles closer to no longer being the only major American city... Read more »

Assembly Bill Package Aim to Reform DTSC

Legislation intended to change how the state regulates and reviews facilities like the now shuttered Exide Technologies plant in Vernon, was introduced in the State... Read more »

Trump Travel Ban Denounced as ‘Un-American’

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and other city leaders appeared at the Islamic Center of Southern California in Koreatown Wednesday to denounce President Donald... Read more »

ELAC Honors Activism at First-Time Event

Los Angeles County Supervisor Hilda Solis was presented with the Community Activist Award at East Los Angeles College’s first “Welcome Home East LA Event,”... Read more »

Residents Urged to ‘Check’ Before They Burn

During the recent cold spell, it’s likely many Los Angeles County residents cozied up next to their fireplaces to keep warm, unaware that burning wood could is... Read more »

White Memorial Honored for Community Programs

Initiatives to prevent cancer, help new mothers and promote healthy eating habits to combat diabetes have earned a Boyle Heights-based health care provider national... Read more »

CSULA No. 1 in Moving Students Up the Income Ladder

Low-income students who graduate from Cal State University, Los Angeles are more likely to move up the income ladder then students at other universities, including... Read more »

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