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Groups Sue to Keep Methane Waste Rule

Two new lawsuits have been filed in federal court to stop the Trump administration from deep-sixing rules meant to reduce pollution, fight climate change and preserve... Read more »

Calif. Minimum Wage Earners Getting a Raise

It’s not yet $15, but minimum wager earners will get a boost in their paychecks starting Jan. 1 when California’s hourly minimum wage goes up. The upcoming hike... Read more »

California Educators Pan GOP Tax Plan

Education experts are speaking out against the Republican tax plan, saying it could lead to less money for schools and hurt working class families. The bill permanently... Read more »

A Time Honored Nursing Tradition

It’s rare these days to see a nurse dressed in anything but hospital scrubs, but at East Los Angeles College earlier this month, nursing students donned their... Read more »

Ride Metro for Free Christmas Eve, New Year’s Eve

Metro will continue it’s long standing tradition of offering commuters free rides on Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve, and will offer “enhanced” rail and... Read more »

Record Number of People Expected to Travel this Holiday Season

The 2017 year-end holiday travel season will set an all-time record for the number of Southern California travelers because of favorable economic conditions, according... Read more »

Bright Lights, Goodwill, Holiday Spirit

Whether it’s bright lights on holiday displays at home or in public, or floors stacked high with food and toys to give to families in need, it only takes a... Read more »

L.A. County To Take On Marijuana Inspection/Enforcement Role for Cities as Legalization Nears

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors authorized public health officials Tuesday to carry out inspections of commercial cannabis businesses for cities countywide,... Read more »

Plan to Build ‘Affordable’ Housing on City-Owned Parking Lots Gains Steam

Parking spots are a valuable commodity in the City of Los Angeles. The threat of losing even a few parking spaces can lead to panic in densely populated neighborhoods... Read more »

ELAC Defensive Tackle Headed to Oregon

East Los Angeles College defensive tackle Sione Vea Kava signed a national letter of intent with the University of Oregon Wednesday morning. Strong and intense,... Read more »

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