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It’s Down to ‘D Day’ in CD1 Race

In less than a week, voters in Los Angeles’s first district will decide who will represent them in the city council for the next five years. Next Tuesday is “D... Read more »

L.A. Legalizes Unapproved Dwelling Units

Hoping to boost the city’s stock of affordable housing, the City Council agreed Tuesday to legalize some previously un-permitted apartments in multi-family buildings. Under... Read more »

Firing of FBI’s Comey Raises Call for Independent Probe

FBI Director James Comey was abruptly fired Tuesday by President Donald Trump, raising questions about the president’s motives and new loud calls from both Republicans... Read more »

Volunteers Plant Trees at Hollenbeck Park

Councilmember Jose Huizar (center) celebrates Arbor Day with volunteers at Hollenbeck Park in Boyle Heights. The event, held earlier this month, kicked off a series... Read more »

Child Deaths Up in Latest Los Angeles County Report on Abuse

The number of children killed at the hands of a parent, relative or caregiver in Los Angeles County rose to 18 in 2015, up from 15 the previous year, while suicides... Read more »

Southeast Student Artists Recognized

Congresswoman Lucille Roybal-Allard once again recognized student artist in her district, announcing the winners of her annual art competition. Rebeka Martinez,... Read more »

Are Your Kids’ Toys Spying On Your Family?

A bill to make sure your kids’ toys aren’t spying on them was scheduled to have its first hearing before the state Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday. The... Read more »

CA Among Worst for Drinking-Water Violations

Water systems in California have the nation’s ninth-worst record for violations of the Safe Drinking Water Act, according to a new report from the Natural Resources... Read more »

LAUSD Toughens Rules to Protect Immigrant Students

The Los Angeles school board has unanimously approved a set of policies that board members said would provide families with a higher level of protection from federal... Read more »

Candidates Face Off on Crime, Ethics, Environment

COMMERCE – Some familiar faces and novice candidates are challenging three City of Commerce council members up for reelection on June 6. Saying they hope to... Read more »

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