December 4, 2014 by · 1 Comment 

In U.S., Undocumented People Can Donate But Not Receive Organs

Without treatment to replace her failing kidneys, Olga knows she will die. The 37-year-old single mother is desperate to get a transplant so she can get well enough... Read more »

My Imperfect Thanks

Christian psychologist David Myers, in his writing and speaking about happiness, has suggested that long-term human happiness is not particularly dependent on our... Read more »

Political Novice Chosen to Fill Vacant Bell Gardens Seat

An activities department assistant at Briarcrest Nursing Center in Bell Gardens was appointed and sworn-in Monday night to fill the council left vacant nearly two... Read more »

Temporary Action Gets Ball Rolling on Immigration

Rosa Martinez is not sure what she will be doing today for Thanksgiving. Her family works long hours and money is short this year, so a big Thanksgiving dinner with... Read more »

U.S. Reps Ask Obama to Fund L.A. River Restoration Planning

More than a dozen members of Congress representing districts in the Southland are urging President Barack Obama to fund the planning and design stage of a $1 billion... Read more »

Cal State LA Launches BioSpace LA

Students and start-up businesses will soon be able to work together on bioscience projects at Cal State LA after the university received multi-million dollar funding... Read more »

Garfield to Play Narbonne In City Section Semifinals

Making its deepest run into the City Section Division I football playoffs in nearly 20 years, second-seeded Garfield High School plays No. 3 Narbonne in a semifinal... Read more »

Holiday Shopping Tips

People shop all the time for gifts and necessities, so it’s likely many don’t think they need advise on how to do more of the same during the busiest shopping... Read more »

Large Thanksgiving Gatherings in L.A. County

Thanksgiving will be marked in Los Angeles County today by large gatherings on Skid Row, the Sunset Strip and in Pasadena and the San Fernando Valley to feed homeless... Read more »

Molina Hopes to be Remembered as a ‘Champion’ Who Listened

On Feb. 19, 1991, a nervous Gloria Molina took her seat on the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, making history as the first Latina ever elected to the five-person... Read more »

« Previous PageNext Page »

Copyright © 2014 Eastern Group Publications, Inc. ·