April 30, 2015 by · 1 Comment 

For One Mother, Autism Workshop Gets Personal

Three years ago when EGP first interviewed Josefina Nieves, she was overwhelmed with worry about what would become of her autistic son who was about to graduate... Read more »

Rules for LAPD Body Cameras Approved

The Los Angeles Board of Police Commissioners signed off Tuesday on rules for the use of body cameras for LAPD officers, clearing the way for the department to begin... Read more »

Former Sen. Calderon Seeks to Delay Federal Corruption Case

A May 13 hearing was scheduled Monday to further consider defense motions to delay the federal corruption case of former state Sen. Ron Calderon and his brother. The... Read more »

Peace Activists to Explore Truths Behind Vietnam War

Since August of last year, the country has been in the midst of a commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of the end of the Vietnam War. The Pentagon has allocated... Read more »

Official Applauds Herbalife, Special Olympics Partnership

Saying he was speaking on behalf of Southeast communities, Bell Gardens Councilman Pedro Aceituno on Tuesday praised a partnership between nutrition company Herbalife... Read more »

Bell Gardens Man to Stand Trial for Kidnapping, Rape

A 41-year-old man will stand trial on charges of kidnapping his former live-in girlfriend’s teenage daughter in Santa Ana and sexually assaulting her over 10 years,... Read more »

Something’s Cooking at MUSD High School

When the third period bell rings at the Applied Technology Center in Montebello, students like Jeeb Gonzalez get to work chopping vegetables, measuring ingredients,... Read more »

Slain Mayor’s Wife Facing Voluntary Manslaughter Charge

After nearly seven months of hearing no new information about the fatal shooting of former Bell Gardens Mayor Daniel Crespo, news that his wife has been charged... Read more »

‘YouthBuild’ Rally for Success

More than 100 teens and young adults marched downtown Tuesday in support of an organization that trains low-income youth to build affordable housing, community centers... Read more »

Report: CA Should Ramp Up Greenhouse Gas Reductions

If California takes the most aggressive approach to reducing greenhouse-gas emissions, it’ll be rewarded with 1 million new jobs and a 6 percent jump in economic... Read more »

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