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Montebello School Celebrates First Graduating Class

Over 140 students made history Tuesday, becoming the first-ever graduating class of the Applied Technology Center in Montebello. The 147 graduates started off as... Read more »

County Home Health-Care Workers to Get Pay Bump

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors agreed Tuesday to boost the wages of more than 140,000 home health-care workers. The board voted 4-1 to approve a motion... Read more »

Trial Begins In Montebello Firefighter Discrimination Trial

A black Montebello firefighter had a white supervisor who used the “N” word openly and chastised him for small matters such as his wearing of a beanie when working... Read more »

Ex DWP Worker Charged With Embezzling $4M

public officer crime, A former audio-visual technician for the Department of Water and Power will be arraigned next week on more than two dozen felony counts for... Read more »

Foundation Awards Nearly $9 Million to L.A. County Groups

A philanthropic organization awarded almost $9 million in grants to Los Angeles County nonprofit organizations working to address the needs of low-income youth,... Read more »

Bell Gardens ‘Betting’ on Casino’s Hotel

An increase in revenue coming from the opening later this year of a highly anticipated seven-story, 100-room hotel at The Bicycle Casino, could just be the winning... Read more »

Special Olympics Athletes Help Open Lincoln Heights Summer Pool Program

The calendar may still say it’s spring, but at Downey Recreation Center in Lincoln Heights Monday, summer was in full swing with the start of the annual swim season... Read more »

Activists Want LAPD Officer Charged

Community activists Wednesday urged District Attorney Jackie Lacey to file criminal charges against an LAPD officer found by the Police Commission to have violated... Read more »

Tanaka Federal Corruption Trial Set for November

A judge has granted a continuance in the federal corruption trial of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department’s former second-in-command and an ex-captain... Read more »

Board Backs Wider Access to HIV Prevention Pill In County

The Board of Supervisors Tuesday approved a plan to make a daily pill designed to reduce the risk of HIV infection broadly available to at-risk residents. Supervisor... Read more »

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