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Longtime Columnist Al Martinez Dies at 85

Former Los Angeles Times and Los Angeles Daily News columnist Al Martinez died Monday at West Hills Hospital of congestive heart failure, the newspapers reported.... Read more »

House GOP Votes to Undo Obama’s Immigration Orders

House Republicans on Wednesday narrowly approved five amendments aimed at overturning President Obama’s executive orders on immigration that would temporarily... Read more »

Boxer to Retire at End of Senate Term

After more than two decades as one of the U.S. Senate’s most liberal stalwarts, Sen. Barbara Boxer, D-Calif., announced today she will not seek reelection in 2016,... Read more »

Daughter Seeks Deceased Father’s Vernon Council Seat

It was 2012 and the Vernon City Council Chamber was jammed pack with residents, business owners and city employees who had shown up to watch the voter fraud hearings... Read more »

AB 60 Takes Effect with Some Glitches

After two decades of waiting, thousands of undocumented immigrants are showing up at California Department of Motor Vehicle (DMV) offices hoping to take advantage... Read more »

Changes to Child Welfare System Drag On

Reforms to Los Angeles County’s child welfare system have been slow, two county supervisors said Tuesday, while the Board of Supervisors’ newest members called... Read more »

Jerry Brown Begins His Fourth Term as Governor

Gov. Jerry Brown was sworn in for the fourth time Monday and delivered his inaugural address to the legislature outlining his principal objectives. During the ceremony,... Read more »

Grant Fuels ‘Promise’ to Boyle Heights

Proyecto Pastoral on Wednesday received a $300,000 grant from AT&T to expand Promesa Boyle Heights, an initiative to increase graduation rates and college success... Read more »

99 Cents Only Store Reaches Hazardous Waste Settlement

Commerce-based 99 Cent Only Stores will pay more than $2.36 million dollars in civil penalties and fines as part of an agreement to settle allegations its stores... Read more »

Leahy Leaving Metro in April

The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s CEO, who began his transit career as a bus driver, announced Tuesday he will leave the agency in... Read more »

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