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Sixth Street Bridge Closes Ahead of Demolition

The Sixth Street Viaduct, a Los Angeles landmark famous for its appearances in films such as “Grease” and “Terminator 2: Judgment Day,” was closed to traffic... Read more »

No 2024 Olympic Village for Lincoln Heights

A plan calling for the city to build housing for athletes competing in the 2024 Olympics in Lincoln Heights if Los Angeles wins its bid to host the Games has been... Read more »

Assembly Questions Actions on Exide

Years of public outrage over the Exide Technologies’ contamination of cities and neighborhoods in the east and southeast Los Angeles area finally appears to be... Read more »

Local Student Among Best in the World

A 17-year old student at Abraham Lincoln High School earned a perfect score on his AP Calculus test making him one of 12 students in the world to earn every point... Read more »

Fire Damages Boyle Heights Businesses

A stubborn fire sparked by a gas leak inside a vacant Laundromat heavily damaging a strip mall in Boyle Heights Friday morning. The blaze at the one-story commercial... Read more »

Parishioner Injured During Robbery Outside Boyle Heights Church

Los Angeles police detectives asked for the public’s help today to identify the man who stole about $4,100 representing the weekly offering at a church in Boyle... Read more »

Supreme Court to Take Up Immigration Case

East Los Angeles resident and immigration rights activist Isabel Medina woke up Tuesday to a text message saying the Supreme Court would review President Obama’s... Read more »

Panel Clears Way for DWP Power Rate Hike

The typical single-family household in Los Angeles could see its monthly electricity bill go up a total of $12 over five years under proposed electricity rate hikes... Read more »

Bell Gardens Walmart Closing

When a Walmart Neighborhood Market opened in Bell Gardens in 2012, a marching band led the grand opening ceremony. Local residents and city officials welcomed the... Read more »

‘Active Shooter’ Tests Vernon’s First Responders

Last Friday was not a typical day for Vernon police. “We have reports of gunshots at city hall.” said the 9-1-1 dispatcher. Police rush to the scene where they... Read more »

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