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Two Killed In Separate East L.A. Shootings

Sheriff’s deputies aren’t saying much about the two separate shootings incidents at two different locations in East Los Angeles last weekend, other than they... Read more »

FPPC Fines MUSD Board Member

California’s Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) has fined Hector Chacon, a member of the Montebello Unified School District Board of Education for violations... Read more »

Its Budget Under Control, Montebello Invests in Streets

A tanking economy, loss of redevelopment funds and years of poor budget decisions forced Montebello to cut funds for street and sidewalk repairs. But now, following... Read more »

No June Gloom for Dodgers’ Kershaw

EGP photo by Fred Zermeno Call Him Amazing. June was quite a month for Los Angeles Dodgers three time, All-Star pitcher Clayton Kershaw. He accomplished in one month... Read more »

New Grads Step Into a World of Debt

When film student Chris Reyes talks about the $430 he pays each month toward his student loan, he uses the movie Jaws as a metaphor. “It’s like a shark that... Read more »

Deal Keeps 99 Cents Only Headquarters In Commerce

The 99 Cents Only Store Inc. has signed a multi-million dollar lease that will keep the company’s operations in the City of Commerce. The retail chain store operator... Read more »

LA KISS Arena Football: Experience the Excitement

With half the number of players and a field half the size of what you see in the NFL, the pace of an LA KISS arena football game is twice as fast, higher scoring,... Read more »

Californians Urged to Be Careful in Heat

The first day of summer may have been last Saturday, but parts of California already have seen triple-digit heat this year – and more is on the way. With that... Read more »

‘Splashing’ Into Summer

As Estela Montoya watches her son Fernando Ramirez keeping a close eye on the younger kids in the swimming pool, she can’t help but remember that it was just a... Read more »

City Council Declares Wage Theft Crisis in L.A.

Declaring a “wage theft crisis,” Los Angeles City Council members joined worker rights groups Tuesday in calling for renewed efforts to punish employers who... Read more »

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