August 20, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

Californians Put Convenience Over Wi-Fi Security

Californians often are putting convenience ahead of safety when they use free public wireless networks, according to a new AARP report that found that a quarter... Read more »

L.A. Approves Harsher Tobacco Sale Penalties

The City Council Tuesday unanimously approved harsher penalties for retailers that sell tobacco products to minors in Los Angeles. The proposal adopted on a 14-0... Read more »

Homeless Man Suspected of Causing Lincoln Fire in Montebello

A fire – apparently the work of an arsonist – that’s charred about 225 acres in the Montebello Hills and unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County since Sunday... Read more »

Bell Gardens Expected to Cancel City Council Election

For the first time in decades, a city known for its tough political rivalries may cancel its upcoming city council election because no one has filed to run against... Read more »

‘Modernizing’ Schooling In Lincoln Heights

A new charter school in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Lincoln Heights is promising students a more “modern” learning environment, akin to what one might expect... Read more »

Mariachi Experience of A Lifetime

For a group of young mariachi performers from all over the county, the chance to study their musical craft under some of the best national mariachi performers in... Read more »

Off and Running In Montebello

Election season officially kicked off this week in Montebello, where six challengers have filed to take on two sitting council members in the Nov. 3 election. Incumbents... Read more »

Council Approves ‘Mobility’ Plan for Los Angeles Future

The Los Angeles City Council approved a sweeping, 20-year mobility plan Tuesday that encourages a move away from car-centric infrastructure and streets toward more... Read more »

Creating Public Art: One ‘Box’ At A Time

Los Angeles has been called the mural capital of the world. It’s a reputation Councilman Jose Huizar hopes to expand: one utility box at a time. In 2012, Huizar... Read more »

Attorneys Threaten Legal Action On Homeless Ordinance

Attorneys said Wednesday they may take legal action if Los Angeles city leaders fail to rescind a recently adopted ordinance that makes it easier and faster for... Read more »

« Previous PageNext Page »

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