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Monterey Park Council Divided On Donation Issue

Discussion at the most recent Monterey Park City Council meeting quickly grew heated as council members took opposite sides on whether it is appropriate for elected... Read more »

Without Change, L.A. Will be Left Behind, Report States

Suffering from chronic budget shortfalls and dwindling numbers of jobs, Los Angeles city officials should take steps to improve accountability at City Hall and bolster... Read more »

Day of Music and Art Benefits the Homeless

Councilman Jose Huizar introduced Tierra at the “Operation: Help the Homeless Sueños para los Niños” Saturday event at Bishop Mora Salesian High School in... Read more »

Contreras-Sweet Sworn In as SBA Secretary

A local businesswoman from Los Angeles was sworn in as the Secretary of the Small Business Administration Monday, making her one of just two Latinos in the Presidemt’s... Read more »

Walmart Opens Supercenter in South Gate

With an early morning ribbon-cutting ceremony Wednesday and thousands of dollars in donations to local youth programs, Walmart opened a new Supercenter in the southeast... Read more »

LAUSD Backs Call to End Deportations

Los Angeles Unified board members on Tuesday unanimously approved a resolution asking President Obama to stop the deportations they say are tearing families apart. School... Read more »

Lack of Information and Funds Keeps DACA Applications Low

Cynthia Tejeda was both nervous and hopeful as she waited in a long line at the Mexican Consulate Office in Los Angeles last week to speak with an immigration attorney. Originally... Read more »

Library Helps Bell Gardens Mothers Understand Children’s Speech Development Issues

For the past three or so years, Speech Therapist Vanessa Cervantes has been conducting mini-workshops at the Bell Gardens Library where she provides information... Read more »

Number of Measles Cases On the Rise

State public health officials are worried a large increase in the number of measles cases statewide is due to people intentionally avoiding vaccination for the highly... Read more »

May Day Protest to Focus on Worker Rights

A coalition of immigration rights activists announced Tuesday they plan to focus their annual  May 1st protest on  “worker dignity, health, safety and keeping... Read more »

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